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Deputy leader of Bristol City Council Peter Hammond picked up the prestigious Prime Minister's Award for Better Public Building at last week's packed out British Construction Industry Awards. The prize was for the City Learning Centre at Brislington School. Home Office minister and chairman of the government's design champions group Lord Falconer (right) presented Hammond with his prize with the help of award sponsors Stuart Lipton, chairman of the Commission for Architecture & the Built Environment and Vivien Bodner, executive director of the Office for Government Commerce. The BCI Awards are promoted by New Civil Engineer, the architects journal and the Daily Telegraph.

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