Full list of the finalists picked for this year’s prestigious awards ceremony

The shortlist for the 2010 Sustainability Awards, which will be held in at the Royal College of Physians in London on 30 November, has been announced.

The finalists are:

Sustainable Champion of the year

  • Emma Marchant, Atelier Ten
  • Robin Nicholson, Edward Cullinan Architects
  • Allan Thompson, Gentoo
  • Nick Peel, Land Securities
  • Elizabeth Green, Mott MacDonald
  • Sarah Edwards, Sheppard Robson

Sustainable Designer of the year

  • Arup Associates
  • Atelier Ten
  • Cundall
  • Jestico + Whiles
  • HOK International
  • Purcell Miller Tritton

Sustainable Contractor of the year

  • Balfour Beatty
  • BAM Construct UK
  • Bovis Lend Lease
  • Byrne Brothers
  • Kier Regional
  • Skanska

Sustainable Client/Developer of the year

  • Berkeley Group Holdings
  • Crest Nicholson
  • Land Securities
  • Lend Lease
  • London School of Economics
  • Olympic Delivery Authority

Sustainable Consultant of the year

  • Atelier Ten
  • Atkins / Faithful + Gould
  • BRE
  • Cundall
  • Jones Lang LaSalle
  • WSP Group

Sustainable Innovation of the year

  • Arup
  • Balfour Beatty Plant and Fleet Services
  • Datum Phase Change
  • Knauf Insulation
  • Lafarge Readymix
  • WSP

Sustainable Refurbishment of the year

  • Brittany, Ward & Elkington Points, London entered by Breyer Group
  • Greenhouse, Leeds entered by Citu
  • 2 St Paul’s Place, Sheffield entered by Mott MacDonald
  • Whitfield First School, Hexham entered by Newton Architects
  • Medieval & Renaissance Galleries, Victoria & Albert Museum entered by Arup
  • Notting Hill Low Carbon Refurbishment Initiative entered by United House

Manufacturer/Supplier of the year

  • Aggregate Industries
  • Caledonian Building Systems
  • Tata Steel Colors
  • Kingspan Insulation
  • ICI Paints Akzo Nobel
  • Marshalls

Sustainable Housing project of the year

  • The Larch House, Ebbw Vale entered by bere:architects
  • Threshold Centre, Dorset entered by Bruges Tozer Partnership Architects
  • Denby Dale Passivhaus, West Yorkshire entered by Green Building Store
  • Mendip Place, Chelmsford entered by Ingleton Wood
  • Miller Zero, Basingstoke entered by Miller Homes
  • Temple Avenue Project entered by Richards Partington Architects

Sustainable project of the year (under £10m)

  • GRAHAM HQ, Hillsborough, Northern Ireland entered by BDP
  • Rural Regeneration Centre, Hadlow College entered by Eurobuild
  • Inverdee House, Aberdeen entered by Keppie Design
  • Bramall Learning Centre, Harrogate entered by The Royal Horticultural Society
  • Centre for Disability Studies, Essex entered by Simmonds.Mills architects
  • Woodland Community Centre, Hill Holt Wood entered by Simons (Design)

Sustainable project of the year (over £10m)

  • Loxford School of Science and Technology entered by Aedas
  • Harlequin 1, BSkyB entered by Arup Associates
  • Kew Herbarium, Royal Botanic Gardens entered by Atelier Ten
  • John Hope Gateway, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh entered by Edward Cullinan Architects
  • Capgemini Merlin entered by Red Engineering Design
  • 7More London Riverside entered by Roger Preston & Partners