The Bond Bryan team is delighted to have three projects shortlisted in the prestigious RIBA Awards 2020.
The University of Sheffield, Engineering Heartspace and The Doncaster Enterprise Centre have both been shortlisted in the RIBA Yorkshire Award 2020.
The University of Kent, Kennedy Building has been shortlisted for the RIBA South East Award.
RIBA Yorkshire Judging Panel Chair, Peter Cartwright, said:
“This year’s shortlist of potential RIBA award winners in Yorkshire covers a wide range of sectors with many schemes reinventing existing buildings rather than building new, which is great to see. We are very interested in the operation and performance of buildings, as opposed to purely how they look – their beauty must be more than skin deep. We believe awards should go to buildings which will continue to look good for years to come, taking into consideration their low carbon strategy and approach to whole life cost.”
Managing Director, Jonathan Herbert said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be shortlisted for each of these awards; the competition in both regions is as high as ever and we are extremely proud of all of our people whose hard work and determination has made this possible. Congratulations to everyone in the shortlist!”
The RIBA Awards are judged by physically visiting each shortlisted project. Due to significant concern about the spread of coronavirus, the judging of all RIBA Awards for buildings has been postponed and will resume when possible.