The winners of the 2016 Structural Timber Awards highlight top projects, products and people in structural timber across the UK.
Over 500 leaders and innovators from across the construction industry were at the International Conference Centre, Birmingham, on October 19 for the Structural Timber Awards.
Structural Timber Award judges had looked closely at over 200 outstanding submissions, choosing the 2016 year’s shortlist of entries from the high standard put forward in each category.
Structural Timber Awards ceremony were hosted by television personality Mark Durden-Smith who presented 16 companies with the top awards for outstanding timber industry projects, innovative products and the people promoting excellence in structural timber across the UK.
Sarah Wigglesworth Architects won the Best Education Project for their Mellor Primary School project, and later they were presented with the Judges Choice Award for the highest scoring submission across all of the categories.
Mellor Primary School project
The award was for an extension to the original Mellor Primary School in the form of a ‘tree house’ incorporating a cluster of pitched roof forms, all set on a deck extending out into the landscape. The core structural solution is timber used for its robust, low energy and sustainable properties which reflect the ‘Forest School’ activities and permit the extended building to blend seamlessly in its Green Belt setting.
Judges Choice: Sarah Wigglesworth Architects, Mellor Primary School
Best Social Housing Project: Kingspan Timber Solutions, Dover District Council & Jenner, Castle Street, Dover
Best Private Housing Project: Urban Splash, hoUSe
Best Self Build Project: Milner Associates, Redevelopment of Wellington Lane
Best Education Project: Sarah Wigglesworth Architects Mellor Primary School
Best Healthcare Project: Foster + Partners, Maggie’s Centre
Best Commercial Project: B & K Structures & Rubner Holzbau, Pinewood Studios
Best Commercial Project: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Alconbury Weald Club
Best Low Energy Project: Cygnum Timber Frame, The Enterprise Centre at The University of East Anglia
Engineer of the Year: Engenuiti, The Essex Business School
Architect of the Year: Foster + Partners, Maggie’s Centre
Client of the Year: GSK & University of Nottingham, GSK Laboratory
Contractor of the Year: Mace, Sky Central
Product Innovation Award: Smartroof, Smartroof Prism
Product Marketing Award: Innovaré Systems, iSpecifier
Pioneer Award: Arup, Use of Timber in Landmark Projects
Project of the Year: Gilbert & Goode, Green Build Hub
Best Use of SIPs: SIPCO, 40 Hill Road
Best Use of Solid Wood: B & K Structures, Engenuiti, Morgan Sindall & BDP, Essex Business School
Best Use of Timber Frame: Cygnum Timber Frame, The Enterprise Centre, The University of East Anglia
To register your interest to either sponsor the 2017 Structural Timber Awards or to enter your project into the awards, please contact Events Director Amy Pryce – [email protected]
Submission deadline for entries is the 31 May 2017.
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