A range of Zentia’s suspended ceiling tiles and grid systems have been used as part of an award-winning project to transform one of Northumberland’s largest schools.
The standard of the entries for this year’s Brick Awards, the Oscars of the brick industry, has been exceptional. Each category has been hotly contested and the judges had to make some tremendously difficult decisions, with a few very close calls. So I’d like to offer my warmest congratulations not only to the winners of tonight’s awards, but also to everyone who was shortlisted and commended. You should all be very proud.
One of Reynaers ambitious projects received a prestigious Tall Building Award earlier this year.
Announced in the Engineering Prize Shortlist for this year’s World Architecture Festival (WAF), the largest built area of Expo 2020 was masterplanned, designed and delivered by Hopkins Architects. The ‘Thematic Districts’ created a new piece of city, which housed over 87 new permanent buildings and hosted the work of more than 136 participating countries in last year’s COVID-delayed exhibition.
Breathing Buildings is delighted that East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) charity headquarters, Helimed House, has won Project of the Year at this year’s CIBSE East Anglia Awards.
Breathing Buildings, a leading provider of controlled hybrid ventilation systems, is celebrating winning the Collaboration of the Year category at the prestigious HVR Awards.
Leading ventilation manufacturer Vent-Axia is delighted to announce it has been shortlisted in the inaugural Energy Saving Awards 2022.
Sidey are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Young Persons Guarantee accreditation.
Recognising the power of working in collaboration with other project team members and the vital importance of good indoor air quality (IAQ) the HVR Awards has shortlisted Breathing Buildings, a leading provider of controlled hybrid ventilation systems, in the Collaboration of the Year category at its 2022 awards.
The Qaammat Pavilion, designed and built by Architect Konstantin Ikonomidis in cooperation with UNESCO and the Qeqqata Municipality, located in Sarfannguit, Greenland, has been crowned Popular Choice Winner of the Cultural (Pavilions) category in the A+Awards.