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BCI Awards 2009: A flash in the pan

All projects shortlisted for the British Construction Industry Awards 2009 are eligible for the five pan-category awards. Here are the shortlisted projects for each of these awards.

BCI Awards logo

  • The awards will be presented at a gala dinner on 14 October. Download a booking form at www.bciawards.org.uk

Local Authority Award

  • Creative Exchange, Cambridge
  • Bristol Metropolitan College (pictured)
  • The Ashford Ring Road Project, Kent
  • Dunraven School New Sports Hall, London
  • Cathedral Green Footbridge, Derby

Regeneration Award

Sponsored by Gifford

  • Liverpool Canal Link
  • The Bridge Academy, London (pictured)
  • The Ashford Ring Road Project, Kent
  • DLR Woolwich Arsenal Extension
  • Kings Place, London

Environmental Award

Sponsored by Atkins

  • ZEBRA@Lion House, Northumberland
  • Stadthaus, London (pictured)
  • The University of Nottingham Jubilee Extension
  • Dounreay Site Restoration, Scotland
  • Lewisburn Bridge,Northumberland

Conservation Award

  • St Martin-in-the-Fields, London (pictured)
  • 14 Cornhill, London (pictured)
  • The Royal Institution of Great Britain
  • Fieldbarn, North Yorkshire
  • Cragside Iron Bridge Restoration, Northumberland

Best Practice Award

  • DLR Woolwich Arsenal Extension
  • M6 Extension − Guards Mill to Carlisle (pictured)
  • Stadthaus, London
  • Brigg Line Freight Enhancement, North Lincolnshire (pictured)
  • Dunraven School New Sports Hall, London

The Judges’ Special Award

Sponsored by Mott MacDonald

All shortlisted projects were finalists for this award which is made each year to a building or civil engineering project of any size which the judges consider to be particularly inspirational or outstanding.

The Prime Minister’s Better Public Building Award

Sponsored by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, the Office of Government Commerce and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

Open to buildings and infrastructure projects of any size commissioned by or on behalf of central or local government or by a grant-aided organisation, 24 schemes were shortlisted from 244 eligible entries.

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