This year, the projects categories have been merged and will be narrowed down into cost categories once all entries have been received. To enter your project into the CONSTRUCT Awards, please complete our online survey.
Previous winners (Projects over £2.5m):
Principal Tower – Careys Civil Engineering
Careys Civil Engineering successfully completed a package of works on the 50 story landmark, Principal Tower. These works included constructing the tower’s core and structural columns, using an innovative jump form system, as well as building the basement, which ranges between two and four levels across the site. Careys adapted
and utilised a new jump form system which has never been used before in the UK. This was used to construct the core and structural columns. Careys also used methodologies supported by state-of-the-art building information modelling (BIM) techniques and visualisations produced by Careys in-house design team.
2018 – A J Morrisroe & Sons, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, London
2017 – Laing O’Rourke Construction Ltd, Two Fifty One Project, London
2016 – Modebest Builders Ltd, Thames Tideway Tunnels at Abbey Mills Shaft F
Previous winners (Projects under £2.5m):
Oliver Connell & Son – Royal College of Pathologists
The Royal College of Pathologists is seven storeys in total with a basement providing catering facilities for the offices and conference suites on the ground floor through to level six. Plant rooms and further office and accommodation space are located on the seventh floor. The stunning architecture, carried out by Bennetts Associates, had
a massive input on the overall project. To create the impressive imprint, the team nailed 75 mm sawn boards to the standard PERI formwork systems used. The attention to detail from the concreting team really stands out on this project, as the sawn timber board marked walls tie in perfectly with the adjoining courses of bricks.
2018 – Oliver Connell & Son, Weston Street, London
2017 – Getjar, Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington Gardens, Mayfair
2016 – Tarmac, Dancourt Office Redevelopment at The Villings, Bristol