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Panter Hudspith wins top concrete award

Panter Hudspith has won the top prize in this year's Concrete Society Awards with The Collection, an art and archaeology museum in Lincoln.

The museum won the building category and also beat the civil-engineering category winner to take the supreme award.

The judges praised Panter Hudspith's scheme, which makes pioneering use of self-compacting concrete, calling it 'a bold, confident piece of architecture to which a tour de forcein the use of concrete is central.'

Other shortlisted projects included the Luna Building riverside housing in east London, by Glenn Howells Architects; the Roche headquarters in Welwyn Garden City, by BDP; and Queen Mary University London student village, by Feilden Clegg Bradley.

by Ruth Slavid

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