Images | 2021 Structural Steel Design Awards winners revealed

The four projects to win the 2021 Structural Steel Design Awards have been revealed.

Judges selected the award-winnng entries from a shortlist of 20, all of which scored highly in terms of sustainability, cost-effectiveness, aesthetics and innovation.

The four winners were:

100 Liverpool Street, London (Architect – Hopkins Architects; Structural engineer – AKT II; Steelwork contractor – William Hare; Main contractor – Sir Robert McAlpine; Client – British Land)
(Architect – Moxon Architects; Structural engineer – COWI; Steelwork contractor – S H Structures; Main contractor – Alun Griffiths (Contractors); Client – Worcestershire County Council)
Glasgow Queen Street Station (Architects – BDP and IDP; Structural engineer – Arup; Main contractor – Balfour Beatty; Client – Network Rail)
Pooley New Bridge (Architect – Knight Architects; Structural engineer – GHD; Main contractor – Eric Wright Civil Engineering; Client – Cumbria County Council)

Chairman of the Judges, Chris Nash, said: “The SSDA judging process was this year again constrained by restrictions due to covid-19 precautions, so we had to examine the entries online rather than ‘in the flesh’, and understand the shortlisted projects remotely within the constraints of ‘MS Teams’ meetings, with entries presented by the project teams.”

Commendations were awarded to seven projects: 100 Bishopsgate, London; Brentford Community Stadium; 80 Charlotte Street, London; Murdoch’s Connection, Hull; 60 London Wall; Leicester City FC Training Ground; and The Catalyst, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Merits were awarded to four further projects: Heron Quay Pavilion; The Hickman, Brundholme; and Low Pearson Bridges and Wenlock Works.

An extended write-up of all the awards winners will appear in the November issue of Construction Manager magazine.

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