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2018 ProCon Awards winners revealed

The best construction projects in Leicestershire have been named winners of the 2018 ProCon Leicestershire Awards.

Homes for students and a family, a village’s community centre, a rehabilitation unit, a rescued country house and a massive urban extension all won during the ceremony at Leicester City’s King Power Stadium.

Three corporate sponsors backed the Awards: Countryside Partnerships East Midlands, Salus Approved Inspectors and Unique Window Systems.

The winners are:

  • The Small Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Galliford Try Partnerships: The Walnuts, Tilton on the Hill, submitted by Peter Wilmot Architects
  • The Large Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Galliford Try Partnerships: Princess Road East, Leicester, submitted by Stepnell
  • The Small Non-Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Infrastructure Investments: Get Busy Living Centre, Burrough on the Hill, submitted by Willmott Dixon, MDA Consulting, Corporate Architecture, Salus, BSP Consulting, Couch Perry Wilkes, CPMG Architects and Derry Building Services
  • The Large Non-Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Infrastructure Investments: Mountsorrel Memorial Centre, submitted by Stepnell
  • The Regeneration Project of the Year, sponsored by Keepmoat Homes: Winstanley House, Leicester, submitted by MAS Architecture
  • The Infrastructure Project of the Year, sponsored by Pochin: New Lubbesthorpe Sustainable Urban Extension, submitted by Mather Jamie
  • The Architectural Image of the Year, sponsored by Sturgis Snow and Astill: Interior of the STEM Lab, Loughborough University, by Christopher Terry, Christopher Terry Photography

There were also special prizes for innovation awarded to: Willow Brook Organic Farm Barn; New Chimpanzee Eden at Twycross Zoo; and the Sustainable Drainage System at Birkett House SEN School.

Comedian and actor Hal Cruttenden hosted the event for 620 people and conducted the raffle which raised £7,387.70 for Brain Tumour Research.

ProCon chair Pam Allardice, of the construction law firm Allardice Associates, said: “Congratulations to all the wonderful winners in the 16th year of our ProCon Awards.

“Our thanks go to everyone who entered, judged and sponsored this celebration of the talent and ambition in our industry.”

The other finalists in the awards were:

The Small Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Galliford Try Partnerships:

  • The Oaks, Rothley, submitted by HSSP Architects
  • The Shah House, Stoughton, submitted by Corporate Architecture

The Large Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Galliford Try Partnerships:

  • Chevron Court, Leicester, submitted by GWH Architects
  • Waterside Court, Loughborough, submitted by brp architects

The Small Non-Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Infrastructure Investments:

  • New Chimpanzee Eden, Twycross Zoo, submitted by MDA Consulting
  • Thrussington Primary School – New Teaching Block, submitted by YMD Boon

The Large Non-Residential Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Infrastructure Investments:

  • Birkett House SEN School, Wigston, submitted by Willmott Dixon, A+G Architects and BSP Consulting
  • Steris, Watermead, Leicester, submitted by Stephen George + Partners

The Regeneration Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Keepmoat Homes:

  • The former Leicester City Council site, New Walk, Leicester, submitted by MDA Consulting
  • The Knight & Garter, Leicester, submitted by Fusion Electrics

The Infrastructure Project of the Year, sponsored by Pochin:

  • Charter Street Footbridge, Leicester, submitted by Danaher & Walsh and Leicester City Council
  • SuDS at Birkett House School, submitted by BSP Consulting

The Architectural Image of the Year, sponsored by Sturgis Snow and Astill, are:

  • Materials at Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust’s Volunteer Training and Working Centre, by Jerry Wesley, Jerry Wesley Photography
  • External: Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust’s Volunteer Training and Working Centre, by Jerry Wesley
  • TGW Phase 2, by Jerry Wesley
  • STEM Lab external, by Christopher Terry
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