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COMMENDATION: 60 London Wall

A tired and outdated steel-framed office block has been partially retained and enlarged with new steelwork to create a modern City commercial

COMMENDATION: 80 Charlotte Street, London

An architecturally-driven mixed-use scheme features exposed steelwork throughout its three buildings, two of which are retained structures with new …

COMMENDATION: 100 Bishopsgate, London

Achieving the highest standards of energy efficiency, a 40-storey City of London office tower offers panoramic views and 84,000m2 of floor

COMMENDATION: Brentford Community Stadium

Steelwork has played an integral role in the design and construction of Brentford FC’s new 17,250-capacity

COMMENDATION: The Catalyst, Newcastle upon Tyne

Achieving a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating, a steel-framed headquarters building features expressed sloping façades combined with flexible column-free

COMMENDATION: Leicester City FC Training Ground

A spectacular steel-framed dome, containing a full-size pitch, forms the centrepiece to one of the most advanced football training centres in

COMMENDATION: Murdoch’s Connection

Named in honour of the city’s first female GP, a new bridge forms an important element in Hull’s plan to improve connectivity between the city centre and …

Commendation: One Bartholomew, Barts Square, London

A modern steel-framed and flexible commercial building acts as an anchor-point for a wider central London mixed-use development. Forming the latest element of …

Commendation: Centre Building, London School of Economics

Exposed external bracing, with expressed connection details, bookend the frames of the largest and highest building on the LSE’s campus. Built in two …

Commendation: Mary Elmes Bridge, Cork City

A single-span pedestrian bridge spans the River Lee in Cork, providing unimpeded views while having minimal impact on the existing flooding regime. Honouring …

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