Howard Chapman

Offsite Awards celebrate best in precision building

  • 2 Dec 2015

Buildingtalk’s Editor, Howard Chapman, reports on the prestigious Offsite Construction Awards that are helping promote the best in precision building.

Offsite Construction Awards

The inaugural Offsite Construction Awards were presented yesterday at the Inmarsat Conference Centre, London where over 150 leaders and innovators from across the offsite construction sector had gathered for at the major Expore Offsite event.

The prestigious awards rewarded outstanding projects, innovative products and dynamic people promoting excellence in offsite construction across the UK.

Awards Host and Head of the judging panel, Darren Richards: 

“I am proud to have played a part in the inaugural Offsite Construction Awards. I have been blown away by the breadth and quality of entries received.  It is truly inspiring to see so much activity in the sector and to witness so many boundaries being pushed. The depth of expertise across all categories was impressive and the exceptional number of entries clearly demonstrates the upturn in the industry – placing the Offsite Construction Awards as a high point in the annual construction events calendar.”

Full list of Award winners:

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    All the winners and highly commended for the Offsite Awards 2015

    Best Use of Concrete – Allford Hall Monaghan Morris & Maccreanor Lavington Architects for William Street Quarter
  • Best Use of Timber – Arup Associates & B & K Structures for the Sky Believe in Better Building
  • Best Use of Steel – EOS Facades for the Barn, University of Nottingham
  • Best Hybrid Construction Project – Engenuiti for the CUBE Building
  • Best Use of Volumetric Technology – Urban Splash for hoUSe
  • Best Use of MEP Prefabrication – NG Bailey for Birmingham New Street Station
  • Housing Project of the Year – HTA Design LLP for the Felda Housing Scheme
  • Commercial/Retail Project of the Year – Arup Associates for the Sky Believe in Better Building
  • Public Sector Project of the Year – Allford Hall Monaghan Morris & Maccreanor Lavington Architects for William Street Quarter
  • Infrastructure Project of the Year – Wiehag GmbH, the Crossrail Station for Canary Wharf
  • Product Innovation Award – Enviga Geothermal for Thermo Screw Pile
  • Offsite Professional of the Year – Bryden Wood
  • Winner of Winners – Engenuiti & Hawkins/Brown & X-LAM Alliance for the CUBE Building, Banyan Wharf

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