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SSDA 2012: Other finalists

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Index of SSDA 2012 Awards, Commendations, and other finalists

AWARDS Olympic Stadium, London London 2012 Velodrome, Olympic Park, London M53 Bidston Moss Viaduct Strengthening Peace Bridge, Derry-Londonderry The Royal …

SSDA Commendation: NEO Bankside, London

NEO Bankside is the first major residential scheme in the UK to feature an external steel bracing system. Representing a considerable engineering challenge, …

SSDA Commendation: Borough High Street Bridge, London

Substantial additional rail capacity is accommodated on the Borough High Street Bridge, a structure that had to be pre-assembled and then launched over a busy …

SSDA Commendation: RISE, Belfast

The largest piece of public art in Northern Ireland, the RISE sculpture threw up a number of challenges, not least an erection programme in the middle of a …

SSDA Commendation: Deptford Lounge, London

Featuring long spans and a design that required acoustic and thermal isolations between spaces, the Deptford Lounge is a vibrant community hub. Architect: …

SSDA Commendation: Energy from Waste Facility, La Collette, Jersey

Prominently located, the La Collette Energy from Waste Facility required a clever and architectural solution to assimilate the various shapes into a large …

SSDA Commendation: Garsington Opera Pavilion, Wormsley

A demountable temporary summer pavilion to accommodate the Garsington Opera has been erected and integrated into a historic landscape. Providing 600 seats and …

SSDA Commendation: Jarrold Bridge, Norwich

Spanning the River Wensum, the Jarrold Bridge is supported by just two slender columns and appears to float above the water. Named after, and conceived by, …

SSDA Commendation: McLaren Production Centre, Woking

An automotive production building for McLaren had to be constructed within an extremely tight programme while adhering to some very stringent planning …

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