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AJ100 Awards: Practice of the Year finalists announced

The shortlisted practices in the running for this year’s AJ100 Practice of the Year Award have been revealed

Previous winners Hawkins\Brown (2011) and Make (2014) are vying for the coveted accolade against Bennetts Associates, HLM, BuckleyGrayYeoman, LOM Architecture and Design, Scott Brownrigg and the recently rebranded JTP (formerly John Thompson & Partners).

The winner of the award, which last year went to Allies and Morrison, will be announced at the AJ100 gala dinner at the Tower of London on 8 June.

Practice of the Year 

  • Bennetts Associates
  • BuckleyGrayYeoman
  • Hawkins\Brown
  • HLM
  • JTP
  • LOM Architecture and Design
  • Make Architects
  • Scott Brownrigg

Earlier this week the six projects shortlisted for Building of the Year were revealed. They are the Maurice Wohl Clinical Neuroscience Institute by Allies and Morrison; the Enterprise Centre by Architype; Plymouth School of Creative Arts by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios; Buenos Aires Ciudad Casa de Gobierno by Foster + Partners; City of Glasgow College – Riverside Campus by Reiach + Hall Architects and Michael Laird Architects; and Weston Library by Wilkinson Eyre.

The AJ can also reveal the finalists in other award categories, including Fastest Growing Practice of the Year, New Member of the Year and Business Breakthrough of the Year.

Architectural Collaboration of the Year

  • ADP with Corde, AKS Ward and KJ Tait
  • BDP with Wolfgang Butress
  • Chetwoods Architects with The Royal College of Art
  • Grimshaw Architects with Peter Randall-Page
  • Hawkins\Brown with TfL’s Arts Teams
  • Pozzoni Architecture with Scott Tallon Walker Architects
  • PRP with Make
  • Darling Associates Architects with Dixon Jones

 

Best Use of Technology

  • Architype
  • Foster + Partners
  • HKR Architects
  • HLM
  • HTA Design
  • Populous
  • PRP
  • Robin Partington & Partners
  • Scott Brownrigg

 

Business Breakthrough of the Year

  • HTA Design
  • MaccreanorLavington
  • Pozzoni Architecture
  • PRP
  • Scott Brownrigg

 

Client of the Year

  • Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
  • British Land
  • Canary Wharf Group
  • Exeter City Council
  • Orbit Housing Group
  • Plymouth College of Art & Plymouth School of the Creative Arts
  • SUEZ and Suffolk County Council
  • Vision Modular Systems

 

 Employer of the Year

  • Architype
  • Assael Architecture
  • AWW Inspired Environments
  • Bennetts Associates
  • Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
  • Hawkins\Brown
  • Make Architects
  • Robin Partington & Partners

 

Executive Architect of the Year

  • Atkins
  • Veretec (part of Aukett Swanke)
  • HTA Design
  • Keppie Design

 

Fastest Growing Practice of the Year

  • 5plus Architects
  • Corstorphine + Wright
  • EPR Architects
  • Foster + Partners
  • Grimshaw Architects
  • John Robertson Architects
  • Levitt Bernstein
  • Scott Brownrigg
  • Zaha Hadid Architects

 

International Practice of the Year

  • Atkins
  • Aukett Swanke
  • Broadway Malyan
  • Chapman Taylor
  • Grimshaw Architects
  • HOK
  • Jacobs
  • Populous

 

New Member of the Year

  • Bennetts Associates
  • MaccreanorLavington
  • Michael Laird Architects 

 

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