The RIBA regional west-midlands awards took place last night at the Park Regis in Birmingham, where members of the industry celebrated each other’s annual accomplishments.
The ceremony, sponsored by roofing and facade specialist Marley Eternit, was hosted by the TV property expert Michael Holmes who announced the winners made from RIBA’s competitive shortlist.
Winners who took home the RIBA regional awards were:
St Michaels Hospital, Hereford, by Architype UK
The Alan Walters Building, Birmingham University, by BGS Architects
Jaguar Land Rover Engine Manufacturing Centre by Arup Associates
Croft Lodge Studio, Leominster, by Kate Darby Architects and David Conor Design
Remembrance Centre, National Memorial Arboretum by Glenn Howells
The Compound in Birmingham by BPN Architects.
Specialist Award-Winners were:
Sustainability Award sponsored by Gerberit – Jaguar Land Rover Engine Manufacturing Centre Conservation Project of the Year & Client of the Year – Javelin Block, ’The Compound’
Project Architect of the Year sponsored by Taylor Maxwell & Co – Paul Neep, Architype UK, for St Michaels Hospital
Building of the Year – Remembrance Centre, National Memorial Arboretum, by Glenn Howells.
Commenting on their employee’s success, BGS Architects (Berman Guedes Stretton, pictured), tweeted “Thanks for the Award for the Alan Walters Building and a great evening of celebrating design.”RIBA | architecture.com