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Saturday19 August 2017

Awards

Building

Stories with this category.

  • Building Awards 2013: A night in pictures

    19 Apr 13

    A selection of photos of the guests, winners and entertainment from the Building Awards 2013

  • Personality of the Year 2013

    19 Apr 13

    ‘Visionary’ Stephen Pycroft has led Mace to an incredible year of continued growth, global expansion, stellar projects and £1bn turnover, leaving the top job on a high

  • Manufacturer of the Year 2013

    19 Apr 13

    It is winner British Gypsum’s innovation in gypsum-based plastering and drylining and focus on its customer needs for that impressed

  • Housing Project of the Year 2013

    19 Apr 13

    Horsted Park’s use of the local rural vernacular and sensitivity to the comfort of residents of its 337 homes has ensured a category win for architect Proctor and Matthews

  • Housebuilder of the Year 2013

    19 Apr 13

    Places for People has demonstrated excellent financial performance in 2012, as well as growth in homes built and average sales price, to come top of the pack in this category

  • Women triumph in young professionals awards

    15 Mar 13

    Women win three out of four categories in young achievers awards plus overall gong

  • Building Awards 2012 Project/Construction Management Firm of the year: Mace

    19 Apr 12

    Impressive overseas development, wins on Hinkley Point and the Olympic park and a 10.2% increase in profit contributed to Mace clinching the top spot in this category

  • Building Awards 2012 Housebuilder of the Year: Linden Homes

    19 Apr 12

    A stellar 2011 put ‘incredibly focused’ housebuilder on track to prove sceptics wrong

  • Building Awards 2012 Engineering Consultant of the year: Expedition

    19 Apr 12

    It was Expedition that impressed the judges the most this year with its flat management structure and healthy growth. The firm has boosted profit by 31.5% and entered new markets

  • Civic Trust Awards salute 2012 winners

    7 Mar 12

    Honours for outstanding projects unveiled

  • National Museum of Scotland revamp scoops best building award

    25 November 2011

    Glasgow-based Gareth Hoskins Architects wins £25,000 prize, the biggest in British architecture

  • Stanton Williams triumphs at architect awards

    16 Nov 11

    Successful education schemes in Cambridge and Kings Cross win practice Schüco Gold Award at BD awards

  • Diversity Champion of the year: Lakehouse

    7 Apr 11

    Diversity is a crucial issue in the construction industry, and this year’s category entries prove that it is being taken very seriously. And by no firm more so than winner Lakehouse

  • East London Line big winner at Civil Engineering Awards

    11 March 2011

    The awards took place last Friday honouring the civil engineers that make London run - from infrastructure, to buildings to the protection offered by the Thames Barrier.

  • It's just a step to the left ...

    03 September 2010

    Our thanks, and the usual £25 voucher, go to Mukesh Modhvadia, a commercial manager at the King’s Cross Redevelopment Programme, for these aerobic pictures of a window cleaner living dangerously.

  • Architectural practice of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    2010 is Edward Cullinan’s year, and this popular practice took the prize because the judges liked everything about the way it does business, from its schemes to its HR policiesSponsored by Comar

  • Building’s project of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    The entries for construction’s equivalent of the best picture Oscar had the judges racking their brains for superlatives. In the end, a new addition to an old museum got the nod Sponsored by Schueco UK

  • Chief executive of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    John McDonough is the boss of bosses this year, thanks to a splendid record as head of Carillion, but also his performance as a kind of construction renaissance man …Sponsored by KPMG

  • Client of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    As you might have expected, with one exception, this category is a hymn of praise to the public sector and the role it has played in keeping the industry going

  • Consultant of the year (100-plus staff)

    Building Awards 2010

    Davis Langdon’s winning streak has finally come to an end, thanks to a performance by Cyril Sweett that the judges said created new benchmarks for the whole professionSponsored by Hays Construction

  • Consultant of the year (fewer than 100 staff)

    Building Awards 2010

    Building decided to offer this new award because it really, really liked the work of some small – even tiny – firms, and felt it should be recognised. So here they are …Sponsored by Hays Construction

  • Contractor of the year (up to £300m)

    Building Awards 2010

    The firms in this category have taken the worst the recession could throw at them and adapted, reorganised and kept on growing. The winner even doubled its staff …Sponsored by Hill International

  • Engineering consultant of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    Engineering is one of the traditional strengths of Britain’s construction industry, so the winner of this category really is the best of the best. And this year, it’s WSP …Sponsored by Balfour Beatty Engineering Services

  • Housebuilder of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    Well, the strong favourite won this award this year: Berkeley Group – the only volume housebuilder to come through the recession almost unscathed …

  • Housing project of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    Pollard Thomas Edwards’ waterside development, which did wonders for a deprived area of London, has won top place in a remarkably strong field

  • Integrated supply chain of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    The contractor that set up its own university of construction, then used it to develop the skills and knowledge of the supply chain, took the award this year

  • Major contractor of the year (over £300m)

    Building Awards 2010

    Wates has pulled off the rare feat of winning this category for the second year in a row, thanks to an equally rare combination of commercial and management skillsSponsored by Rationel Windows

  • Manufacturer of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    Polypipe won this award because of a performance that was so remarkable that it could be described as construction’s equivalent of Chariots of Fire

  • Personality of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    This year’s winner is a man who can make a compelling case to have done more practical good to more people in the construction industry than any other: Tim Byles

  • Project/construction manager of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    The winner of this award has just burst onto the European scene, and is in the process of dramatically rearranging it – so expect to hear even more from it next year …

  • Public building project of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    A health centre that set a new standard for this kind of building won this category despite competition from other outstanding contributions to the public realmSponsored by Alu-Timber

  • Specialist contractor of the year

    Building Awards 2010

    It was Alumet’s investment in innovation, in particular its blastproof cladding system, that allowed it to stand out from a crowded field this year

  • Wrap award for sustainable construction

    Building Awards 2010

    The reduction of site waste sent to landfill is an area where the British construction industry has made great advances, but nobody has advanced as far as this year’s winner

  • Building Awards shortlist party celebrates industry's finest

    11 Mar 10

    Event in Leadenhall market attended by contenders for construction industry gongs

  • Sustainable Contractor of the Year

    30 Nov 09

    A concrete contractor that has halved the amount of carbon embedded in its product scooped this award. Sponsored by SEGRO

  • Sustainable Consultant of the Year

    30 Nov 09

    Sustainability begins at home, and Atelier Ten’s work on its own offices clinched top spot in this category.

  • Sustainable Client or Developer of the Year

    30 Nov 09

    A Sunderland-based client has taken this prize, thanks to its promotion of sustainability throughout the life of its projects. Sponsored by Balfour Beatty

  • Sustainable Project of the Year (under £2m)

    30 Nov 09

    The latest project from Bill Dunster – houses that meet level six of the Code for Sustainable Homes – came top this year. Sponsored by Keepmoat

  • Sustainability Leader of the Year

    30 Nov 09

    Rab Bennetts’ mix of pragmatism, invention and commitment to green architecture has made him this year’s epitome of sustainability in the built environment

  • Sustainable Project of the Year (over £2m)

    30 Nov 09

    A Bennetts Associates project that established a new standard for urban refurbishment scooped this prize. Sponsored by Faithful + Gould

  • Sustainable Manufacturer or Supplier of the Year

    30 Nov 09

    This category was won by a carpet tile maker that has made excellent use of cutting edge technology (literally). Sponsored by Marks & Spencer

  • Sustainable Housebuilder/Housing Provider of the Year

    30 Nov 09

    A company that is seeking to make excellence ordinary won the prize in this category. Sponsored by Saint-Gobain and Isover

  • A word from our sponsors

    30 Nov 09

    Arup

  • Sustainable Designer of the Year

    30 Nov 09

    As you give, so shall you receive, and Feilden Clegg Bradley has won this keenly contested category, partly because of its willingness to share its knowledge with rivals

  • Everyone is involved

    30 Nov 09

    In a couple of weeks, the world’s leaders will arrive in Copenhagen to negotiate a deal to limit global carbon emissions

  • Sustainability Awards 2009

    25 September 2009

    Shortlist announced for the year's top sustainable building gongs

  • Building Awards 2009 in pictures

    3 Apr 09

    Re-live the night's excitement through our gallery of photographs

  • Architectural Practice of the Year

    3 April 2009

    The coveted architect's prize has been taken by a practice that has transformed itself from rising star to major player on Britain's architectural stage

  • Building Awards 2009: The winners

    Building Awards Events 2009

    More than 1,300 construction professionals gathered at Grosvenor House Hotel last night to reward best practice, innovation and excellence in the building and construction industry

  • Construction Consultant or Surveyor of the Year

    3 April 2009

    Davis Langdon has assumed its habitual position on the winner's rostrum, despite stiff competition, particularly from Turner & Townsend

  • Contractor of the Year (Up to £500m turnover)

    3 April 2009

    One of the hardest-fought categories in any Building Awards has been taken by a contractor whose turnover is growing as fast as its reputation

  • Engineering Consultant of the Year

    3 April 2009

    This year's winner scooped the prize for excellence in building impossible buildings, ambitious overseas expansion and, of course, furniture design

  • Major Contractor of the Year (£500m + turnover)

    3 April 2009

    This year Wates came out on top, thanks to a splendid combination of economic success, innovation and social responsibility

  • Project/Construction Management Firm of the Year

    3 April 2009

    It is rare that a month goes by without Turner & Townsend being mentioned in connection to a major project, so we just had to mention it in the winner's box here

  • Building Awards 2009 shortlist announced

    5 Feb 09

    The annual competition to win the construction industry's most prestigious and hotly-contested awards is on

  • Gulf States Building Awards 2009

    Building Awards Events 2009

    The Gulf States Building Awards will once again celebrate excellence in the construction industry across the Gulf Region. The Awards will be open to entries from companies in the six member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council; Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates

  • Health and Safety Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    Tuesday 17th June 2008These Awards reward excellence, innovation and professionalism in all areas of construction safety, occupational health and staff welfare.

  • Building Awards 2008

    Building Awards 2008

  • Building Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    1st April 20082008 was the 14th annual Building Awards, the biggest construction industry event of the year. The extremely sought after Building Awards are all about rewarding best practice, innovation and excellence.

  • Architect of the Year Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    Since its launch in 2004, the Architect of the Year Awards has grown in size and stature, featuring entries and attendance from leading practices and is now firmly established as a key event in the architectural calendar. It is one of the largest gatherings of UK architects. The awards identify who Britains top clients and architectural experts think are the best architects by different categories of projects.

  • Architect of the Year Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    Entry window opens for AYA 08, the awards that recognise innovative practices setting the standards for others to follow

  • Brick Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    Latymer Upper School scoops two awards at 2008 Brick Awards

  • Brick Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    The Brick Awards are one of the longest-established and most widely respected design awards in the UK. Organised by Building magazine and the Brick Development Association (BDA), the Awards recognise excellence in design and construction using brick.

  • Health and Safety Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    These Awards reward excellence, innovation and professionalism in all areas of construction safety, occupational health and staff welfare. With clients increasingly minded to only work with organisations that have a good track record in health and safety, the awards represent an excellent opportunity for organisations to showcase their strengths in this area.

  • LABC Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    The LABC Built in Quality National Awards recognise and reward the most forward looking people and organisations, and the most innovative construction projects completed over the last year.

  • QS Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    The QS Awards recognise and reward excellence, innovation and professionalism, creating great role models to encourage new talent into the profession.

  • QS Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    Turner & Townsend is named Best all-round QS firm while Cyril Sweett's Francis Ives is named QS Champion of the Year

  • Regeneration Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    More details of the 2008 Regeneration Awards will be coming soon. Read on to see further details and for more information on previous awards.

  • Regeneration Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    The Regeneration Awards 2008 will reward the schemes, organisations and people that have helped breathe new life into areas of the UK and have delivered improved opportunities for local communities.

  • Specialist Contractor Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    The Specialist Contractor Awards, recognise and reward excellence, innovation and professionalism. Established by Building in 2003, the awards recognise the industry’s top performers and encourage higher standards throughout the sector.

  • Specialist Contractor Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    More details of the 2008 Specialist Contractor Awards will be coming soon. Read on to see further details and for more information on previous awards.

  • Sustainability Awards 2008

    14 November 2008

    Waste strategy helps firm pick up Sustainable Contractor and Sustainability Champion Awards. Plus video report

  • Sustainability Awards 2008

    Building Awards Events 2008

    The Sustainability awards recognise and reward outstanding sustainability achievement. They highlight the effort many in the industry take to lessen the industry's environmental impact.

  • QS Awards 2007

    2007 issue 49

    EC Harris and Turner & Townsend were the big winners at the third QS Awards

  • Regeneration Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    3 December 2007

  • Sustainability Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    The awards for environmental excellence in the construction industry took place last week at the Hilton Hotel, London

  • Brick Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    5 November 2007

  • Architect of the Year Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    This year's Architect of the Year Awards recognise all those who are helping to improve design standards. Our coverage includes full details of all the winners, images of their work, comments from the judges and a video report of the awards ceremony on November 1.

  • Young Architect of the Year Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    Carmody Groarke has beaten a strong shortlist to win Young Architect of the Year, now in its tenth year.

  • LABC Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    18 October 2007

  • The Health and Safety Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    21 June 2007

  • Architect of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    For the past 40 years or so, PRP has been breaking new ground in the social uses of architecture. No doubt the strength of this tradition helps to explain its splendid, award-winning performance this year

  • Building Awards 2007

    Building Awards 2007

  • Building Awards Judges 2007

    Building Awards 2007

    The judges for this year:

  • Building Magazine Project of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    Arsenal triumphed this year, despite stiff competition from a selection of buildings that were all functionally outstanding, visually attractive and pushed forward the sustainability agenda

  • Chief Executive of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    John Dodds’ part in Kier’s success story has won him the coveted boss of the year category

  • Client of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    We all know the importance of having a good boss, and this award goes to the best of them: the developers and clients who bring forward the great projects, then work with their teams to make sure they’re successful

  • Constructing Excellence Award

    Building Awards 2007

    The winner of the best of the best category this year goes to a company that combines the dynamism of the high-tech modern contractor with a clear idea of the values that underpin a construction dynasty

  • ConstructionSkills achiever of the year

    Building Awards 2007

    With an impressive portfolio of work behind them, these contestants look set to change the face of construction – we can only hope they’ll remember this award when they’re running the industry ...

  • Consultant of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    Thanks to the strength in depth of the consulting sector, this is always one of the most bitterly contested categories in the Building Awards. This year was no exception – as the following summary makes clear

  • Contractor of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    The cream of Britain’s contractors showed up in this year’s shortlist, and any of them could plausibly have walked away with the trophy. But a mix of innovation, achievement and best practice made it Simons’ year

  • Engineer of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    One area in which British construction has traditionally led the world is its engineering, so it’s good to see that its reputation is the safe hands of our six finalists, all of whom have been responsible for world-class projects

  • Entrepreneur of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    This award honours the business brains who are willing to put their own money on the line to create the companies that the rest of us are happy to work in. And this year boasts one of our best ever line-ups

  • Housebuilder of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    Four firms battled it out in this category, each setting new standards in sustainability, community involvement, growth and regeneration, but the one that clinched it combined all these with aesthetic appeal ...

  • Integrated Supply Chain

    Building Awards 2007

    In recent times collaboration has been recognised as the way forward, and these six entries certainly make a good case for this style of working, with the winner reinventing the way public sector projects are managed

  • Major Contractor of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    This is one of the most eagerly awaited categories in the Building Awards, and this year it goes to a contractor that, in a difficult year, has flown the flag for the whole of British construction

  • Major Housebuilder of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    These mighty businesses have demonstrated that being big does not necessarily make a company less nimble or less innovative or less close to its customers or less aware of its social responsibilities ...

  • Major Housing Project of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    This category proves beyond doubt that Britain’s elite housebuilders can tackle the most problematic brownfield schemes and produce innovative and intelligent solutions to them

  • Manufacturer of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    A building is only as good as the stuff it’s made from, so the industry relies entirely on the firms that make it. This year’s winner has helped everybody out with the quality and innovation of its designs

  • Outstanding Contribution To The Industry

    Building Awards 2007

    This award goes to a man who has just left full-time employment after a career spent quietly transforming everything that he’s turned his formidable mind to.

  • Personality of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    This award goes to a man who almost never appears in the pages of the British press, but has been a principal factor behind the success of Sir Robert McAlpine over the past 40 years

  • PFI/PPP Project of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    These projects prove that the PFI can deliver almost any kind of public sector project, from barracks to schools, and the winner may have changed the way we go about designing hospitals in the future

  • Specialist Contractor of the Year

    Building Awards 2007

    With growing emphasis on the regeneration of brownfield sites, construction is generally preceded by the destruction of the previous job. That’s why this year’s specialist is a demolition firm ...

  • Welcome

    Building Awards 2007

    In a year when construction hasn’t received the best headlines, the Building Awards remind us that there’s plenty to celebrate.

  • WRAP Award for Sustainable Construction

    Building Awards 2007

    As the issue of construction waste makes its way up the agenda of government, clients and green lobby groups, the industry is under ever more pressure to sort itself out. Here are the firms that are doing just that

  • Architect of the Year Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    Since its launch in 2004, the Architect of the Year Awards has grown in size and stature, featuring entries and attendance from leading practices and is now firmly established as a key event in the architectural calendar. It is one of the largest gatherings of UK architects. The awards identify who Britains top clients and architectural experts think are the best architects by different categories of projects.

  • Brick Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    The Brick Awards are one of the longest-established and most widely respected design awards in the UK. Organised by Building magazine and the Brick Development Association (BDA), the Awards recognise excellence in design and construction using brick. Each year hundreds of entries are submitted and more than a dozen prestigious trophies and 50 certificates are issued to the successful projects.

  • LABC Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    The LABC Built in Quality National Awards recognise and reward the most forward looking people and organisations, and the most innovative construction projects completed over the last year.

  • QS Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    The Annual QS Awards have firmly established themselves as a key event in this important sector within the construction industry, rewarding excellence of the specification for buildings, procurement, project management and cost control.

  • Regeneration Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    The Regeneration Awards 2007 will reward the schemes, organisations and people that have helped breathe new life into areas of the UK and have delivered improved opportunities for local communities.

  • Specialist Contractor Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    The Specialist Contractor Awards, now in their fifth year, recognise and reward excellence, innovation and professionalism. Established by Building, the awards recognise the industrys top performers and encourage higher standards throughout the sector.

  • Sustainability Awards 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    Building magazine launched the Sustainability awards scheme in 2005 to recognise and reward those UK construction businesses at the forefront of sustainability best practice.

  • Young Architect of the Year 2007

    Awards Events 2007

    The 2007 YAYA winner will be announced on Thursday the 1 November 2007 at the Architect of the Year Awards ceremony, which will take place at the London Hilton on Park Lane.

  • Best design-led regeneration project

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - National Waterfront Museum, Swansea - Wilkinson Eyre

  • Challenging regeneration project of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - St Vincent Place - Reiach and Hall/ Oberlanders Architects

  • Commercial-led regeneration project of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

  • Foreword

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    The chancellor’s pre-Budget statement opens a new chapter for regeneration this week, with the expected release of policy documents including economist Kate Barker’s review of the planning system.

  • Housing association regenerator of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - Great Places Housing Group

  • Housing-led regeneration project of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - Gunwharf, Plymouth - Midas Homes

  • Innovation of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - Urban Iinitiatives

  • Mixed-use regeneration project of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - Arsenal regeneration project, North London - Hepher Dixon

  • Regeneration agency of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - The glass-house: community-led design

  • Regeneration architect of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - Gardner Stewart Architects

  • Regeneration Awards 2006

    Regeneration Awards 2006

  • Regeneration champion of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - David Pretty, Barratt Developments

  • Regeneration consultant of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - Urban Initiatives

  • Regeneration contractor of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - Inspace/Willmott Dixon Housing

  • Regeneration developer of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - Urban Splash

  • Regeneration housebuilder of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - The Berkeley Group

  • Regeneration partnership of the year

    Regeneration Awards 2006

    Winner - Great Places Housing Group, with Urban Splash, FAT and the residents of the Cardroom Estate

  • Best corporate responsibility strategy

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — Wates group

  • Cladding specialist of the year

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — Alumet

  • Design integration award

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — Cementation Foundations Skanska

  • Fit-out/decoration specialist

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — Mivan

  • Flooring specialist of the year

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — 4M Flooring

  • Foundation/groundwork specialist

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — CJ Haughey

  • Here’s to the specialists

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    If you're looking for technical ingenuity, business acumen or sheer inspiration in the construction industry you need look no further than the pages of this supplement.

  • Innovator of the year

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — Yorkon

  • Low energy building of the year

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — PRP Zedfactor

  • M&E specialist of the year

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — Crown House Technologies

  • Off-site specialist of the year

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — Framework CDM

  • Personality of the year

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Stef Stefanou, chairman, John Doyle Group

  • Public enemy number 1

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Climate change is the biggest issue facing mankind today. And as 44% of carbon dioxide in the UK stems from the built environment, reducing it is without a doubt the biggest challenge facing the construction industry.

  • Responsible employer of the year

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — Assael architecture

  • Roofing specialist of the year

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — FK Roofing Services

  • Site services specialist of the year

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — Elliott Thomas

  • Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

  • Structural specialist of the year

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — McDermott Bros

  • Sustainability champion of the year

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — Stephen Bell, Staffordshire County Council

  • Sustainability Leadership Award

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — Paul king

  • Sustainable building of the year, greater than £2m

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — Keppie Design

  • Sustainable building of the year, less than £2m

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — William Birch & Eco Arc Architects

  • Sustainable client of the year

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — Adnams brewery

  • Sustainable contractor of the year

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — Skanska integrated projects

  • Sustainable designer of the year

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — Whitbybird

  • Sustainable development of the year

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — Berkeley homes

  • Sustainable housebuilder of the year

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — Berkeley Homes

  • Sustainable innovation award

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — Quietrevolution

  • The best of the best

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — Cementation Foundations Skanska

  • The Sustainability Awards 2006

    Sustainability Awards 2006

  • Training award

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2006

    Winner — Alumet

  • Waste initiative

    Sustainability Awards 2006

    Winner — Bovis Lend Lease

  • Best access/disability innovation sponsored by LABC

    LABC Awards October 2006

    Winner — Erewash council - Long Eaton library

  • Best commercial project sponsored by Oval

    LABC Awards October 2006

    Winner — E Bowman & Sons - The Burghley Brewhouse project

  • Best fire engineering innovation

    LABC Awards October 2006

    Winner — Jeremy Gardner Associates - Chapelfield Regeneration Project

  • Best housing or residential project sponsored by Wavin

    LABC Awards October 2006

    Winner — Urban Splash - Lister Mills, Bradford

  • Best one-off house sponsored by Building Design

    LABC Awards October 2006

    Winner — Lebberston Hall - Bramhall Blenkharn

  • Best partnership with a client or housebuilder sponsored by Robust Details

    LABC Awards October 2006

    Winner — Wandsworth council and Berkeley Homes

  • Best partnership with a designer, architect or consultant sponsored by IHS Engineering

    LABC Awards October 2006

    Winner — Flintshire council and Blue Green Architects

  • Best partnership with a major contractor

    LABC Awards October 2006

    Winner — Building Consultancy and Debut Services

  • Best public/community project sponsored by Calco

    LABC Awards October 2006

    Winner — Snell Associates - Water activities centre, Whitlingham park

  • Best structural innovation

    LABC Awards October 2006

    Winner — SKA Anthony Hunt - The Core at the Eden Project

  • Best sustainability innovation sponsored by YBS Insulation

    LABC Awards October 2006

    Winner — Therma and Solar buildings - East Midlands

  • LABC Awards October 2006

    LABC Awards October 2006

    Celebrating the projects that deliver partnership, innovation and sustainability

  • The supreme award sponsored by Noise

    LABC Awards October 2006

    The best project of 2006

  • Best building contractor's safety initiative

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - May Gurney

  • Best housebuilder's safety initiative

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - David Wilson Homes

  • Best integrated project safety award

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - Scott Brownrigg

  • Best maintenance contractor's safety initiative

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - Kier Islington

  • Best major contractor's safety initiative

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - Skanska

  • Best occupational health initiative

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - Brown and Mason

  • Best public safety initiative

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - Willmott Dixon

  • Best safety innovation from a construction consultant

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - The Health and Safety People

  • Best safety innovation from a designer or engineer

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - Astrazeneca Engineering

  • Best safety product

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - Turner Access

  • Best site facilities award

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - Wilson James

  • Client with best commitment to health and safety

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - BAA

  • Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

  • Outstanding safety achievement award

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - John Spanswick

  • Working well together - Worker of the year awarde

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - Joe McGinnis

  • Working well together small team award

    Health and Safety Awards 2006

    Winner - Kinetic Electrical

  • Architectural practice of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    This coveted award, sponsored by Reynaers, celebrates the imaginative flair and entrepreneurial success of the industry's designers. And who better to take it home than a Stirling Prize-nominated practice?

  • Building Awards 2006

    Building Awards 2006

  • Constructing Excellence award

    Building Awards 2006

    In this special award, all shortlisted firms were evaluated on their health and safety practices, product value, people policies, project collaboration, culture of continuous improvement and sustainability. And the prize goes to …

  • Construction client of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    This category, backed by Schüco, acknowledges the work of those all-important clients - with the winning entry coming from the billion-pound developing giant that all the contractors seem to be dying to work with …

  • ConstructionSkills achiever of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    These finalists might be young, but they are nevertheless astute businesspeople who are changing the way construction works for the better. Hold on to your jobs … Sponsored by CITB-ConstructionSkills

  • Consultant/surveyor of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    Hays Construction & Property sponsored this award, which turned out to be a close battle between two well-known cost consultants. The final victor was the firm that used its first year as an LLP to expand its fee income and staff

  • Contractor of the year (less than £200m turnover)

    Building Awards 2006

    Kingspan sponsored this hotly contested category, in which small and medium-sized contractors went head to head. Eventually, the firm that walked away with the award had the edge with its remarkable rescue story

  • Entrepreneur of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    This was a short shortlist, but this Taylor Woodrow-backed category wasn't short of entrepreneurial ideas, as these three firms show. The winner was a firm that seems intent on wiping paper use out of the industry altogether …

  • Foreword: Paul Robinson

    Building Awards 2006

    The England goalkeeper explains why his World Cup team and the Building Awards 2006 charity deserve your support

  • Housebuilder of the year (fewer than 2000 homes)

    Building Awards 2006

    This award for smaller housebuilders, supported by Wavin, went to a company that has scored a hat-trick of Building Awards for its brownfield innovations - with an eco-friendly Kent firm coming in a close second

  • Integrated supply chain of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    In this category, the crack team that emerged victorious was the one that applied military precision and masterminded impeccable tactics to conquer some extremely challenging projects. Sponsored by Jewson

  • Major contractor of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    Corus sponsored this category, which sees the big boys fighting it out over prisons, sporting venues, military schools, hospitals and high-rise homes. The winner was a firm particularly beloved of English cricket fans …

  • Major housebuilder of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    Six heavyweight housebuilders lined up for this award, which was won by a company that showed how innovation and a dedication to sustainable communities can actually be good for the bottom line. Sponsored by Finnforest

  • Major housing project of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    Sponsored by British Gypsum, this category looks at the best residential projects to have been built in 2005 - with the award going to a scheme that turned a former barracks into an attractive and sustainable community

  • Manufacturer of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    In a category crammed with terrific products and commercial nous, one four-year-old company blew the judges away with its revolutionary modular housing systems that are slashing build times. This award is sponsored by WRAP

  • Outstanding contribution to the industry

    Building Awards 2006

    In this occasional category, Building applauds the achievements of individuals whose work has somehow shaped the construction industry for the better. The third recipient of this award is a name you might recognise …

  • Personality of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    This category, sponsored by Speedy Hire, celebrates the remarkable achievement of a man already known for his remarkable achievements - the latest being the small matter of bringing the industry £8.3bn of construction work …

  • PFI/PPP contractor of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    As PFI is increasingly used for public schemes, so contractors specialising in this sector are coming to the fore. Here are three that excelled in their field, with one firm a particular stand-out … Sponsored by Weber Building Solutions

  • Project/construction manager of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    This Kawneer-backed category rewards the achievements of the most reliable and efficient project managers in the business, with the trophy going to a firm whose latest megascheme was launched with a royal seal of approval

  • Specialist contractor of the year

    Building Awards 2006

    Holding aloft the trophy in this DHL Exel-sponsored category is the M&E division of a contracting giant, which clinched the award by the narrowest of margins on the strength of its client testimonials and enviable profit growth

  • Sustainability award

    Building Awards 2006

    Recognising the sterling efforts of the construction companies doing most to save the planet, this year's hero is a client-architect partnership that has been truly innovative. This award is sponsored by White Young Green

  • The crowds are on the pitch …

    Building Awards 2006

    In this the 12th year of the Building Awards, we are using the occasion to mark two very special 40-year anniversaries.

  • Best commercial-led regeneration project

    2 Dec 05

    International financial services district, Glasgow, Glasgow council

  • Best design-led regeneration project

    2 Dec 05

    Jubilee Street, Brighton, Mill Group

  • Best housing-led regeneration project

    2 Dec 05

    Staiths south bank, gateshead, Idpartnership northern

  • Best mixed-use regeneration project

    2 Dec 05

    The old brewery, cardiff, Countryside properties

  • Challenging regeneration project of the year

    2 Dec 05

    Tollgate shopping centre, Smethwick, West Midlands, Thomas Vale Construction

  • Housing association regenerator of the year

    2 Dec 05

    Keynote Housing Group

  • Innovation of the year

    2 Dec 05

    Pollard Thomas Edwards

  • International regeneration award

    2 Dec 05

    Malecon 2000, Ecuador, International development projects office, Oxford Brookes University

  • Regeneration agency of the year

    2 Dec 05

    English Partnerships

  • Regeneration architect of the year

    2 Dec 05

    Pollard Thomas Edwards

  • Regeneration Awards 2005

    2 Dec 05

    The Regeneration Awards 2005 are cause for celebration. Still only in their second year, the awards have already become established as one of the biggest and most prestigious events for the regeneration industry.

  • Regeneration champions of the year

    2 Dec 05

    Margaret Ford, English Partnerships

  • Regeneration consultant of the year

    2 Dec 05

    EDAW

  • Regeneration contractor of the year

    2 Dec 05

    Higgins construction

  • Regeneration developer of the year

    2 Dec 05

    Crest Nicholson

  • Regeneration house builder of the year

    2 Dec 05

    Crest Nicholson

  • Regeneration partnership of the year

    2 Dec 05

    Crest Nicholson

  • What do the numbers mean?

    2 Dec 05

    If you’re one of the finalists in this supplement, you’ll know that these are the numbers that count when it comes to regenerating Britain. So what do they all mean?

  • Personality of the year

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2005

    Anyone who has met or talked with Keith Blanshard, aka The Modular Man, is likely to have detected his passion for off-site construction.

  • Specialist Contractor Awards 2005

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2005

    Specialist Contractor Awards 2005

  • Brick Awards 2005

    Brick Awards 2005

    All the winners of this years trophies including why this building won cambridge university a double first

  • LABC Awards October 2005

    LABC Awards October 2005

    LABC Awards October 2005 and the projects that best demonstrate what can be achieved by the British construction industry and its building control officers

  • The Building Communties awards 2005

    The Building Communties awards 2005

    Welcome to the Building Communities Awards 2005. This is the fifth year of these awards, although the first under the new name. The name has been changed this year from the Building Homes Awards to the Building Communities Awards to reflect the rapidly evolving housebuilding environment. Along with the name change we have introduced new categories, such as the Placemaking Award. The new-look awards have already proved extremely popular with the industry, with almost 100 entries received. ...

  • Health and Safety Awards 2005

    Health and Safety Awards 2005

    Building Health & Safety Awards 2005

  • Constructing Excellence 2005

    Constructing Excellence 2005

  • Brick Awards 2004

    Brick Awards 2004

  • Specialist Contractor Awards 2004

    Specialist Contractor 2004

  • Health + Safety Awards 2004

    Health and Safety Awards 2004 Winners

  • Building awards 2004

    Building awards 2004

    The 10th annual Building awards 2004

  • Building Awards 2003

    Building Awards 2003 Supplement

  • 50 Top Clients February 2003

    50 Top Clients February 2003

  • Building Awards 2002

    Building Awards 2002 Supplement

  • Brick Awards 2001

    Brick Awards 2001

  • Building Awards 2000

    Building Awards 2000

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