The best in North West construction honoured

More than 500 people attended the lavish dinner and ceremony for the North West Regional Construction Awards 2010 last night in Southport.

The event, now in its fourth year and held at Southport Theatre and Convention Centre, began with a masquerade drinks reception and singers and dancers entertained guests during dinner before the awards were unveiled in the theatre auditorium complete with popcorn and ice cream.

The winners on the night were as follows:

Local People, Local Jobs Award

  • Blackpool Build Up: Blackpool Council, Blackpool and the Fylde College

Places for People Award

  • Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre: Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council, Mansell, Owen Ellis Partnership, AECOM, Todd and Ledson, Alan Johnston Partnership

Skills and Education Award

  • Bardon Contracting

Heritage Award

  • Liverpool Canal Link and Pier Head Public Realm: Liverpool City Council, EDAW, Arup, 2020 Liverpool, Balfour Beatty, British Waterways

Equality and Diversity Award: Client

  • Liverpool Housing Trust

Equality and Diversity Award: Contractor

  • Wates Living Space

Business Award

  • M6 Extension Carlisle to Guard Mill: Capita Symonds, Carillion, Highways Agency

Environmental Sustainability Award

  • Saughall All Saints Primary School: Cheshire West and Chester Council, Lovelock Mitchell Architects, TACE, Willmott Dixon Construction, Rotary North West

Carbon Reduction Award

  • BuilderScrap

SME of the Year Award

  • D Morgan

Client of the Year Award

  • St Helens Council nominated by Willmott Dixon Construction

Contractor of the Year Award

  • Willmott Dixon Construction

Project of the Year Award

  • Liverpool Canal Link and Pier Head Public Realm

Cheshire, Warrington & Wirral Best Practice Award

  • Sir William Stanier Community School: Cheshire East Borough Council, Willmott Dixon Construction, Aedas Architects, GCM Consulting Engineers

Cumbria Best Practice Award

  • M6 Extension Carlisle to Guard Mill

Lancashire Best Practice Award

  • 608 and 609 Buildings: BAE Systems, Capita Symonds, Gleeds, Christal Construction Management, Aegis, BAM Construction, Fairhurst Design Group, Gifford, Balfour Beatty Engineering Services, McFadden Construction, Richmond Cladding, Freemont R&R, MG Barkers, Murrywood Construction

Liverpool Best Practice Award

  • Liverpool Science Park: Neptune Developments, Falconer Chester Hall, Bingham Davis, Tweeds, Mayfield Construction, Atlasco Steel & Cladding, Genlec Electrical, Ambient Energy & Environment, Technic Mechanical Services, Davies Partnership

Manchester Best Practice Award

  • Irk Valley Community Primary School: Robinson Design Group, Manchester City Council, Morgan Professional Services, Morgan Ashurst, Brown & Co (EE), Murray Building Services, The AA Group, Murraywood Construction, P&L Joinery Subcontractors, Parpac, White Young Green, Edmund Shipway

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It would be good to correctly identify BDP’s Liverpool Office as the Concept Architect and Designer’s of the Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre.

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