Shortlist for 2010 awards features a selection of industry heavyweights

With four nominations, Feilden Clegg Bradley dominated the Building Awards shortlist this year.

The Stirling prize-winning architect is up for the Architect of the Year award. It also designed the St Mary Magdalene academy, nominated for the Public Building Project of the Year award, Broadcasting Place in Leeds, which is up for Building magazine’s Project of the Year award, and One Brighton, up for Housing Project of the Year.

Elsewhere, the Major Contractor of the Year category features a selection of contracting heavyweights, including Bovis Lend Lease, Costain, Kier and Sir Robert McAlpine, and Consultant/Surveyor of the Year includes Cyril Sweett, Davis Langdon and Gleeds.

The specialists category included Alumet Systems and Lakesmere, while WRAP award for sustainability shortlist features ASDA and Mace.

Here are a full list of the nominees:

Architectural practice of the year

Allford Hall Monghan Morris
Edward Cullinan Architects
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
HLM Architects
Scott Brownrigg
Van Heyningen and Haward Architects

Building magazine project of the year

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford entered by Mace Group and Rick Mather Architects
Broadcasting Place, Leeds entered by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
CircleBath, Bath entered by Foster + Partners
Darwin Centre Phase 2 – The Natural History Museum, London entered by Mott MacDonald
Luton Carnival Arts Centre, Luton entered by The Apollo Group
Ropemaker Place, London entered by Mace Group
Think Tank Innovation Centre, Lincoln entered by Marks Barfield Architects
Watermark Place, London entered by Sir Robert McAlpine

Construction consultant/surveyor of the year (fewer than 100 staff)

Bailey Partnership
Echelon Consultancy
John Rowan & Partners
Southfacing Services Ltd
Thomson Gray Partnership

Construction consultant/surveyor of the year (100 staff or over)

Cyril Sweett
Davis Langdon
Franklin + Andrews
Rider Levett Bucknall
Ridge and Partners
Turner & Townsend

Contractor (up to £300m) of the year
Hill Partnerships
Linford Group
Longcross Group
Mace Plus
Shaylor Group
United House

Engineering consultant of the year

Buro Happold
Capita Symonds
Max Fordham
Mott MacDonald
Scott Wilson Group
WSP Group

Housebuilder of the year

Barratt Developments
Crest Nicholson
Galliford Try Homes
Miller Homes
The Berkeley Group Holdings
United House

Housing project of the year

Angel Waterside, London entered by Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects
Banks Yard, Heston entered by PCKO Architects
Grosvenor Waterside, London by St James Urban Living
One Brighton entered by Crest Nicholson and BioRegional Quintain
Pinnacle, Basingstoke entered by Miller Homes
Ravelston XXXIII, Edinburgh entered by Allan Murray Architects
Stone Rise, Horns Cross entered by PCKO Architects
The Mill, Cranfields Mill, Ipswich entered by John Lyall Achitects

Integrated supply chain of the year

Heathrow Terminal 4 Extension Team, 3DReid, Buro Happold & Taylor Woodrow
Mace Business School
Olympic Delivery Authority
Project SLAM, Bovis Lend Lease
Skanska Construction Custodial Sector Projects
Turner & Townsend

Major contractor (over £300m) of the year

Bovis Lend Lease
Costain Group
Sir Robert McAlpine
Wates Group
Willmott Dixon

Manufacturer of the year

Ambar Kelly
Kingspan Insulation
Polypipe Terrain
Saint-Gobain Isover
Schueco UK

Project/Construction management firm of the year

Cyril Sweett
Mace Group
Turner & Townsend

Public building project of the year

Art & Design Academy, Liverpool John Moores University entered by Rick Mather Architects
City Academy, Hackney entered by Willmott Dixon Group
Dunraven Sports Hall, Streatham entered by SCABAL
Elizabeth II Court, Winchester entered by Bennetts Associates Architects
Heathfield Children’s Centre, Twickenham entered by Sarah Wigglesworth Architects
John Hope Gateway, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh entered by Edward Cullinan Architects
Kentish Town Health Centre entered by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
St. Mary Magdalene Academy, Islington entered by Mace Plus and Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Specialist contractor of the year

Alumet Systems (UK)
Balfour Beatty Engineering Services
Brogan Group
CJ Haughey Construction
Colt International

WRAP award for sustainable construction

ASDA Stores
Balfour Beatty Construction Northern
Bovis Lend Lease
Costain Group
Mace Group
The Berkeley Group Holdings
Willmott Dixon