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British Construction Industry Awards judges continued their site scrutiny last week visiting six more projects. In Scotland they viewed the Mount Stuart visitors centre on the Isle of Bute then returned to the mainland to ride the Falkirk Wheel (top). A swift tour around East Anglia took in the William Gates Building, Cambridge (right), the first substantial completion of the University's extensive West Cambridge development; and the Lowestoft wastewater treatment works (above) which is sunk below ground level and largely enclosed to allow close control of odour emissions.

Next came Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital, one of the first completions of the private finance programme for the National Health Service; and finally the Juniper House office and housing complex in Kings Lynn which has been designed to complement rather than mimic the adjacent historic buildings.

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