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Concrete society picks seven firm winners

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Seven buildings have won prizes in this year's Concrete Society Awards. They are: Stratford Regional Station by Wilkinson Eyre; the Canon Headquarters Building in Reigate by David Richmond and Partners; the Grandstand at Lord's Cricket Ground by Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners; Guildhall Yard East in London, for which the concept architect was Richard Gilbert Scott and the architect W S Atkins; the American Air Museum at Duxford by Foster and Partners; 10 Crown Place in London by MacCormac Jamieson Prichard; and Crescent House in Wiltshire by Ken Shuttleworth of Foster and Partners. North Greenwich Underground Station, by Alsop Lyall and Stormer, won a civil-engineering prize. Category and overall winners will be announced at the Concrete Society awards dinner on 2 November.

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