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Construction rocks out for charity

A bevy of rock bands fought it out last week in front of a 400-strong audience in London to win the coveted 2010 Construction Rocks best performance title.

Top of the 12 entered bands was BAA’s The BAAnd made up of Mary Langford, Anuj Bhardwaj, Dave Woodman, Russell Francis, John Farnden, Gary Mannix and Jagz Jassal. Best new band was won by Grontmij’s impossibly cool foursome The Aquired (pictured), who offered a stunning rendition of David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance”. More from Alastair Farr, Harry Brunt, Joao Toscano and Ian Turkington please. The event, set up by BAA and WSP, raised £15,000 for charities including Help for Heroes and the Robert Blair Primary School. Developer Argent provided the German Gymnasium in St Pancras as the venue.

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