Winners of the annual BREEAM Awards - recognising the best in environmentally-friendly building specification –have now been announced with David Chipperfield’s One Pancras Square and Hopkins Architects’ Brent Civic Centre top of the prize list.
At the presentation evening held in London, more than 50 of the highest-scoring BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology) buildings from across Europe were shortlisted for the project awards, which cover the 12 categories of the sustainability certification scheme.
Judged by a panel including architect Bill Gething, Claudine Blamey of the Crown Estate, Alan Cole of the Home Office, Mike Smith of BSRIA, Louise Sunderland of the UK Green Building Council and Thomas Lane of Building, decisions were based on the specific circumstances, challenges and achievements of each development, as well as the very high BREEAM scores achieved.
The winners included eight projects from the UK and two each from France and Norway:
- • Offices New Construction: One Pancras Square, Kings Cross, London
- • Offices In-Use: Washington Plaza, Paris
- • Offices Refurbishment & Fit Out: Morelands Rooftop, London
- • Retail New Construction: Fornebu S, Oslo
- • Retail In-Use: La Caserne de Bonne, Grenoble
- • Retail Refurbishment & Fit Out: 107-109 Charing Cross Road, London
- • Industrial: Armstrong Point, Wigan
- • Mixed Use and Other Buildings: Brent Civic Centre, London
- • Education: Brandon Primary School, Durham
- • Healthcare: Dumfries and Galloway Acute Mental Health Unit
- • Residential: 119 Ebury Street, London