The National Trust building, David Strong and Bovis Lend Lease were among the big winners at last night's Building Sustainability Awards

The third Building Sustainability Awards rewarded excellence and innovation in environmental performance in the industry.

The industry’s leading awards recognising outstanding sustainability achievement were held last night. This year saw winners in 15 categories rewarded for their excellence in front of a crowd of over 700 leading professionals.

Presented by comedian and author Clive Anderson at the Hilton Hotel in Park Lane, central London, the awards showed the strides many in the industry are taking to lessen the industry’s environment impact.

For all the pictures from the night and all the information on the winners and shortlists go to the Building Sustainability Awards homepage 2007.

Full details of the winners and runners up or below: The full winners from the night were:

  • Sustainable Building of the Year, Largest Project: Feilden Clegg Bradley – Heelis Building
  • Sustainable Building of the Year, Small Project: Scott Wilson incorporating Cameron Taylor and Helionix Designs – The Pines Calyx
  • Best Housebuilder of the Year: Berkeley Group
  • Sustainable Engineer of the Year: Arup
  • Sustainable Architect of the Year: Architype
  • Sustainable Client (or Developer) of the Year: British Land
  • Sustainable Development of the Year: Aspire Defence Capital Works – Project Allenby/Connaught
  • Sustainability Champion Award: Trevor Butler, Building Design Partnership
  • Innovative Technology Award: Bovis Lend Lease
  • Sustainable Consultant of the Year BioRegional Consulting
  • Sustainable Contractor/Construction Manager of the Year: Skanska
  • Building 99% Campaign Award for Refurbishment: Parity Projects
  • Best Sustainability Initiative for the Public Sector Aspire Defence Capital Works - Project Allenby/Connaught, Aldershot and Salisbury Winner
  • Best Sustainable Business Practice: Kingspan Insulated Panels
  • Sustainability Leadership Award: David Strong