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BCIA contenders announced

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Forty-six UK and international projects have been shortlisted for this year’s British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA)

Contenders include Buschow Henley’s Junction in Goole (AJ 04.02.10) and Ray Hole Architects’ pictured Snowdon Summit Visitor Centre (AJ 16.07.09).

The Prime Minister’s Award, for which 22 projects (in bold below) are eligible, is sponsored by CABE, the Office of Government Commerce and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

The winners will be announced on 13 October at an event in Grosvenor House Hotel, London.


Small building project up to £3m

  • Lowther Childrens Centre, London (Patel Taylor)
  • The Sackler Building, London (Haworth Tompkins)
  • Upton Square, Northampton (ZEDfactory)
  • Junction, Goole (Buschow Henley)
  • BaleHaus, Bath (White Design)
  • Castle Howard, North Yorkshire

Small civils projects up to £3m

  • Gainsborough Flood Alleviation Scheme, Lincolnshire (Atkins)
  • Construction of the temporary crossing of the River Derwent at Workington, Cumbria
  • Calver Weird restoration project, Derbyshire
  • South Milton Sands, Devon
  • Cathodic protection of Runcorn’s Silver Jubilee Bridge (Mott MacDonald)

Building project £3m-£50m

  • Broadcasting Place, Leeds (Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios)
  • Kentish Town Health Centre, London (Allford Hall Monaghan Morris)
  • Medieval & Renaissance Galleries, Victoria & Albert Museum, London (MUMA)
  • Hafod Eryri, Snowdon summit building, North Wales (Ray Hole Architects)
  • The Waldron, London (Buschow Henley)
  • CircleBath (Foster + Partners)
  • The Roundhouse Campus, Derby (Maber Architects)
  • The Hull Truck Theatre (Wright and Wright Architects)
  • Nottingham Contemporary (Caruso St John Architects)
  • University of Liverpool heating infrastructure project (Levitt Bernstein)
  • 23 Savile Row, London (Eric Parry Architects)
  • Gunpowder Mill, Waltham Abbey, Essex (Pollard Thomas Edwards architects)
  • United Kingdom Supreme Court, London (Feilden + Mawson)

Civil engineering project £3m-£50m

  • Forth Road Bridge - main cable project, Scotland (AECOM)
  • Three Mills Lock & water control structures, London (Tony Gee and Partners)
  • A40 Wolvercote Viaduct Replacement, Oxfordshire (Hyder Consulting)
  • Ashton wastewater treatment works, Greater Manchester
  • BCDOIP Phase 1, Bristol (BAM Nuttall)

Major project over £50m

  • Prince’s Gardens: Imperial College London Halls of Residence, London (Kohn Pederson Fox Associates)
  • Ropemaker Place, London (Arup)
  • London 2012 Olympic park enabling works project, London
  • Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (Rick Mather Architects)
  • New Stobhill Hospital for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Scotland (Reiach and Hall Architects)
  • M25 Bell Common Tunnel, London
  • DLR 3-car enhancement project, London (Arup)
  • East London Line project

International project

  • Delhi International Airport renewal
  • UK pavilion for Shanghai World Expo 2010
  • Kroon Hall, School of forestry and environmental studies, Yale University, USA
  • Dubai Metro
  • The Third Karnaphuli Bridge - the first major cable supported bridge in Bangladesh
  • Stonecutters Bridge, Rambler Channel, Hong Kong
  • Malawi Schools Project
  • VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art & the George Bernard Shaw Theatre
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