A packed Dorchester celebrates the Sustainable Building Services Awards
There was a sense of anticipation in the air as the industry’s finest gathered at London’s Dorchester Hotel for the Sustainable Building Services Awards 2008 luncheon.
Nine winners emerged victorious at the Awards ceremony, which was presented by stand-up comic and host of BBC4’s The Late Edition, Marcus Brigstocke.
NG Bailey scooped the award for m&e contractor of the year, while Vulcan House in Sheffield (Mott MacDonald) was named the year’s best major sustainable building.
Fitzpatrick Contractors won the award for sustainable building of the year (project value of less than £20m) for its new head offices in Hoddesdon, and Arup’s Trussfloor was voted best innovation.
Well done to all of the finalists and to everyone who entered.
And the winners are...
Sustainable m&e contractor
Innovation from a contractor/consultant
Arup – Trussfloor
Green product of the year
Megaman – Clusterlite
Sustainable building/development of the year (with a total project value of less than £20 million)
Fitzpatrick Contractors, Fitzpatrick Head Office, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire
International scheme of the year
Yale Sculpture School
Most sustainable refurbishment
Red Engineering, Fujitsu North London Data Centre
Sustainability champion of the year
David Clark, Cundall
Major sustainable building/development of the year (with a total project value of £20 million or more)
Mott MacDonald, Vulcan House, Sheffield
Electrical and Mechanical Contractor
The Sustainable Building Services Awards was organised by Building Services Journal (BSj) and Electrical & Mechanical Contractor (EMC) in partnership with M&E Sustainability. Awards were sponsored by AET, cmd, Ormandy and ENER-G.