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The best new construction projects in Leicestershire have been named winners of the 2023 ProCon Leicestershire Awards.
There were double wins for the University of Leicester and Leicester City Council at last night’s ceremony at Leicester City’s King Power Stadium.
The 20th ProCon Awards were backed by corporate sponsors Freeths, Salus and Unique Window Systems.
ProCon chair Umesh Desai said: “Congratulations to all our winners and well done too to the other finalists. The breadth and quality of the projects in the spotlight are a huge credit to our industry here in Leicestershire and Rutland.”
The winners are:
Regeneration Project of the Year, sponsored by Keepmoat Homes: St Margaret’s Bus Station, Leicester, submitted by Leicester City Council
Small Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Lovell Partnerships: The Garden Cottage, Hinckley, submitted by Hayward Architects
Medium Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Lovell Partnerships: Main Street and Green Lane, Wilson, submitted by David Granger Architectural Design
Large Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by MORRO Partnerships: Freemen's Common Student Village, submitted by University of Leicester
Infrastructure Project of the Year, sponsored by Procure Partnerships Framework and Compliance Chain: St George Street Public Realm, Leicester, submitted by Danaher & Walsh and Leicester City Council
Small Non-Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Gateley: Lutterworth Museum, submitted by JMS Engineers and Tim Adams Architects
Medium Non-Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Gateley: Leicester Endoscopy Decontamination Unit, Glenfield Hospital, submitted by Galliford Try Construction
Large Non-Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Procure Partnerships Framework and Compliance Chain: Sir Bob Burgess Teaching and Learning Centre, University of Leicester, submitted by University of Leicester
More than 600 people attended the ceremony, during which a raffle was held with proceeds going to the local charity The Bridge – Homelessness to Hope.
Lisa Gilligan, Leicester Office Managing Partner at corporate sponsor Freeths, said: “Freeths are delighted to offer our support as a corporate sponsor for the 2023 ProCon Leicestershire Awards.”
Paul Meadows, director at corporate sponsor Salus, said: “We have been supporting ProCon for almost all of those two decades and we are proud and pleased to once more be a sponsor of this great celebration of our industry.”
Sunil Patel, director at corporate sponsor Unique Window Systems, said: “Unique Window Systems is delighted to continue its long-standing support of the Leicestershire ProCon Awards.”
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