14 of our projects are Regional Finalists for the 2021 Civic Trust Awards!

19 November 2020

We are proud to announce that 13 of our projects have been shortlisted as Regional Finalists for the 2021 Civic Trust Awards!

Since 61 years, the Civic Trust Awards recognise excellence in architecture, sustainability, accessibility and community. 

Our shortlisted projects are:

  • Bristol Old Vic, which we provided M&E Engineering and Lighting Design for
  • Centre Building LSE, which we provided Soft Landings, Sustainability Advice and BREEAM Assessment for 
  • Exeter College Cohen Quad, Oxford, which we provided MEP Engineering and Acoustics services for
  • Fairfield Halls, which we provided M&E Engineering, Acoustics, Lighting and BREEAM services for
  • King’s Stables Road, which we provided Environmental Feasibility Studies and M&E Engineering for 
  • Kingston School of Art, which we provided Acoustics services for
  • Leeds Playhouse, which we provided M&E Engineering for
  • Maggies Leedswhich we provided M&E Engineering for
  • Monifieth Parish Churchwhich we provided MEP Engineering and Acoustics services for
  • New Gorbals Housing Association Offices, which we provided MEP Engineering, Lighting Design and Sustainability Advice for
  • Sandford Park School House Dublin, which we provided MEP Engineering and Acoustics services for
  • Sands End Community and Arts Centre, which we provided M&E Engineering and Lighting Design for
  • Strawberry Field, which we provided M&E Engineering for 
  • The Oglesby Centre at Hallé St Peter'swhich we provided M&E Engineering and Lighting Design for

The Grade I listed Bristol Old Vic is Britain’s longest continuously-operating theatre.

Originally opened in 1990, Leeds Playhouse’ new extension features a façade of brightly coloured ceramics, giving it a strong visual identity. Internally, the existing outdated and inefficient plant was replaced, with benefits both in terms of CO2 footprint and running costs.

 

Built adjacent to the Leeds Cancer Centre at St James’s University Hospital, the Maggie's Centre’s innovative design consists of a series of contained gardens that capture the therapeutic effect of plants and contrast with the more formal surrounding hospital buildings.

The winners will be announced in January 2021.