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Padstow lifeboat HQ wins BCIA civils award

The Royal National Lifeboat Institute's impressive new home for the latest Tamar class lifeboats in Padstow in Cornwall was last night named winner in the coveted civil engineering category of the British Construction Industry Awards.
The £5.5M facility, designed by engineers Haskoning UK with the project architects Poynton Bradbury Wynter Cole and constructed by contractor Nuttall John Martin, was just one of twelve projects recognised by this year's awards. The Channel Tunnel was also named as best civil engineering project of the last two decades.

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