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Awards: Bigger and Better

NCE reveals the shortlists for two more categories for the upcoming British Construction Industry Awards - the major building and civil engineering awards.

Building project of the year (£10M to £50M)


Bonhams

Bonhams


Commissioning authority: Bonhams
Principal designer: Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands
Engineer: AKT II
Principal contractor: Knight Harwood

Chobham Academy

Chobham Academy


Commissioning authority: Lend Lease on behalf of Olympic Delivery Authority
Principal designer: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
Engineer: AKTII
Principal contractor: Bam Nuttall

Great Northern Hotel

Great Northern Hotel


Commissioning authority: Ram Group
Lead architects: Dexter Moren Associates
Interior designer: Archer Humphries Architects
Principal contractor: Mace

King’s Cross ArtHouse

King's Cross Arthouse


Commissioning authority: Argent (Property Development) Services
Principal designer: de Rijke Marsh Morgan Architects/Weedon Partnership
Engineer: Arup
Principal contractor: Kier Construction


Living Planet Centre, WWF-UK headquarters

Living Planet Centre


Commissioning authority: WWF-UK
Principal designer: Hopkins Architects
Engineer: Expedition Engineering
Principal contractor: Wilmott Dixon

Manchester School of Art

Manchester Met Uni School of Art


Commissioning authority: Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University
Principal designer: FeildenCleggBradleyStudios
Engineer: Arup
Principal contractor: Morgan Sindall

Nuffield Department of Medicine

Nuffield department of mediciine


Commissioning authority: University of Oxford
Principal designer: Make Architects
Engineer: Long & Partners
Principal contractor: Mace

Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy, University of Cambridge

Materials science Cambridge


Commissioning authority: University of Cambridge
Principal designer: NBBJ
Engineer: Ramboll
Principal contractor: Willmott Dixon

Haymarket Station Redevelopment

Haymarket station


Commissioning authority: Network Rail

Scottish Water - The Bridge

The Bridge


Commissioning Authority: Scottish Water
Principal designer: Reiach and Hall Architects
Principal contractor: Bam Construction

Wiltshire County Hall

Trowbridge County Hall


Commissioning authority: Wiltshire Council
Principal designer: Stride Treglown
Engineer: Integral Engineering Design
Principal contractor: Kier Western

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The awards will be presented at a gala dinner in London on 8 October. Book your place now for the biggest night in the industry’s calendar and the chance to network with around 1,000 of the industry’s elite; celebrate success with existing clients and strengthen relations with potential new ones; and reward your team while boosting morale. Book online at www.bciawards.org.uk quoting VIP code SLDPS.

Civil engineering project of the year (£10M to £50M )

A244 Walton Bridge Project

Walton Bridge


Commissioning authority: Surrey County Council
Principal designer: Atkins
Principal contractor: Costain


East Croydon station footbridge

East Croydon


Commissioning authority: Network Rail
Principal designer: Mott MacDonald
Engineer: Hawkins Brown
Principal contractor: Bam Nuttall


Medmerry managed realignment

Medmerry realignment


Commissioning authority: Environment Agency
Principal designer: Jacobs
Principal contractor: Team Van Oord

Reading train care depot implementation works

Reading train depot


Commissioning authority: Toufic Machnouk
Principal designer: Jacobs Engineering
The Covenham-Boston Pipeline
Commissioning Authority: Anglian Water
Principal Designer: Mott MacDonald
Principal Contractor: JN Bentley

Outstanding achievement award sponsored by Topcon

Topcon: The Positioning Professionals
At Topcon, we look at the world’s long to do list. With 9bn people expected on the planet by 2030, there’s a lot of work to be done. We’ll need more cities, roads and bridges, not to mention extra food on the table. At Topcon we’re driven to help meet this demand with next-generation solutions that are smarter, faster, more accurate and more productive.
This drive keeps us close to our customers. We talk constantly to our customers about ways to save time in each phase of every job within the fields of civil engineering, surveying, utilities, construction, rail, monitoring, mapping, agriculture, forensic science and mining.
We map out designs and products that fill important technological niches in the global marketplace. Our dedicated employees continually examine ways to further integrate positioning and automated technologies to meet the constantly changing demands facing industries worldwide.
The company is the recognised innovation, design and manufacturing trend-setter in this area; we pioneered the integration of positioning and automation technologies with one single goal - to save time. Time that is needed to be able to reach the future needs for infrastructure and food.
The British Construction Industry Awards recognise overall excellence in the delivery of building and civil engineering infrastructure projects. It is our honour to present our company spirit into the Outstanding Achievement Award for that individual or team that has gone beyond the norm to ensure that the project was delivered in an exemplary manner, has provided extraordinary satisfaction to their client or performed in a way that sets a standard to follow in the future.

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