The finalists battling it out for this year’s British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA) have been revrealed
The only construction industry awards scheme to have the backing of the prime minister, the schemes in contention span 17 categories and include 72 individual companies.
Among the projects shortlisted for accolades are: Walters & Cohen Architects’ Boathouse 4 in Portsmouth and Duggan Morris’ Richmond Adult Community College (Best Building with a budget of less than £10million category);and Herzog & de Meuron’s Blavatnik School of Government and Middle East Centre, St Antony’s College - both in Oxford (Best Building with a budget of between £10million-£50million category).
Meanwhile Lynch Architects’ Zig Zag Building in Victoria and BDP’s Alder Hey Children’s Hospital are named on the seven-strong shortlist for the Major Building Project of the Year award.
To view all the shortlisted schemes, click here.
’This year’s contenders really demonstrate the depth and breadth of excellence in the British construction industry,” commented New Civil Engineer editor Mark Hansford.
‘The judges can’t wait to get out across the country and see the impact these projects are having on their communities and we really look forward to recognising our winners at the awards dinner in October.’
This year’s awards will take place on 12 October at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
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