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WINNERS WELCOME: The Wellcome Wing (pictured) at the National Museum of Science & Technology, designed by Arup, and Anthony Hunt Associates' Eden Project in Cornwall were the major winners at this year's Structural Steel Design Awards held in London on Tuesday. English Heritage chairman Sir Alan Cockshaw also presented an infrastructure award to Cass Hayward for the Newark Dyke rail bridge, and commended Buro Happold for Wessex Water's new operations centre in Bath and for the Lowry Centre at Salford Quays. Whitby Bird was commended for the Shanks Millennium Bridge near Peterborough.

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