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Foster and Partners' passenger terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport in Hong Kong

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Foster and Partners' passenger terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport in Hong Kong (above left) and kpf's Thames Court offices in the City of London (above right) are the two overall winners of the Structural Steel Design Awards this week. The terminal boasts a 'noble and elegant' multi-bay steel lattice barrel-vault roof which is one of the largest in the world, according to judges. Thames Court's use of steel, meanwhile, is a 'tour de force' providing a high-quality working environment. Sheppard Robson won the Industrial award for its Motorola Network Solutions Centre in Swindon. There were commendations for Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners for its Orange Operational Facilities in Darlington, Foster and Partners again for the North Greenwich Interchange, Wilkinson Eyre for Stratford Regional Station and a special certificate of merit for Snell Associates for the New Foyer Gallery at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design. The awards are sponsored by Corus Group and were presented at a ceremony on Tuesday at the Savoy Hotel.

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