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BCIA shortlist announced as entry numbers reach record level

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Judges have shortlisted 27 projects for this year's British Construction Industry Awards, sponsored by the AJ and sister magazine New Civil Engineer.

Projects from all over the UK and comprising all types and sizes are represented on the list - which was picked from a record 225 entries. Each will be visited by members of the judging panel.

All the relevant shortlisted projects, will be considered for the Local Authority Award, the Environmental Award, the Regeneration Award, the Judges' Special Award and the Best Practice Award.

Furthermore, all the publicly funded projects will also be eligible for the Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award, which is sponsored by CABE and the Office of Government Commerce. The shortlist for this award will be announced on 6 July.

The judging panel includes AJ editorial director Paul Finch, NCE editor Antony Oliver, Network Rail chief executive John Armitt, Arup Europe chairman Philip Dilley, Manchester City Council leader Richard Leese and the president of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Douglas Oakervee.

Small Building Project Award [up to £3m]

Black Rubber Beach House by Simon Conder Associates Brookley Road Public Conveniences by John Pardey Architects Clarence Mews Mixed Development by Cazenove Architects Hoyle Early Years Centre, Bury, by dsdha Maggie's Cancer Caring Respite Centre by Frank Gehry Architects Wildern Basic Needs Secondary School by HBG Design

Building Award [£3m-£50m] Architecture Building, Lincoln University by Rick Mather Architects BP Sunbury Business Park by Broadway Malyan City and Islington College Lifelong Learning Centre by Wilkinson Eyre Architects Raines Court by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris UBS and LSO Music Education Centre by Levitt Bernstein Wolfson Medical School for the University of Glasgow by Reiach and Hall Architects

Small Civil Engineering Project Award [up to £3m] A6116 Rockingham Road Moy Viaduct, Inverness Newton's Cove Coast Protection Scheme, Weymouth Past Masters:3 Aqueducts, Wootton Wawen, Warwickshire Red Tunnel Harbour Extensions, Southampton and Isle of Wight Whittle Arch and Glass Bridge, Coventry

Major Project Award [more than £50m] 30 St Mary Axe by Foster and Partners Aerostructures Manufacturing and Assembly Centre by FaulknerBrowns Bullring, Birmingham by Benoy Channel Tunnel Rail Link Section 1 New Accommodation Project, GCHQ by TPS Consult Rolls-Royce Manufacturing Plant and Head Office by Grimshaw

Civil Engineering Award [£3m-£50m] A1 Haddington to Dunbar Expressway, East Lothian A650 Bingley Relief Road, Yorkshire Masshouse Circus Redevelopment, Birmingham The Terminal 5 Twin Rivers Diversion, Heathrow World Squares for All - Phase 1: Trafalgar Square

International Award Broad Meadow Estuary Bridge, Ireland by Wilkinson Eyre Architects KCRC Nam Cheong Station, Hong Kong by Aedas KCRC West Rail Mei Foo Station by Aedas Prins Claus Bridge, Utrecht, The Netherlands by Van Berkel and Bos Puerto Caucedo Multimodal Terminal, Dominican Republic West Rail DD400, Hong Kong by Aedas

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