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Bond Bryan shortlisted for brace of Education Estates Awards

The firm is a contender for Architectural Practice of the Year and Project of the Year

Posted by Julian Owen | August 13, 2018 | Events

Bond Bryan has been shortlisted for two awards at this year’s Education Estates Awards: Architectural Practice of the Year and Project of the Year . The awards “focus attention on some of the most important issues within the education sector”. 

Architectural Practice of the Year

With four UK studios in Sheffield, Birmingham, London and Kent, Bond Bryan have worked with educational providers across the country.  

Recent projects and achievements include:

 - Completing the National College for Nuclear in Cumbria

 - Being selected for the University of Sheffield’s Architectural Framework

 - Delivering London Metropolitan University’s Roding Building

 - Current and ongoing delivery of an Estates Masterplan for St. George’s University of London

 - Completion of the National College for High Speed Rail, Birmingham Campus (winner of the RICS Award for Regeneration in the West Midlands)

 - Ongoing collaborative contribution as Information Consultant for the University of Cambridge’s Cavendish III Project

 - Completion of two RIBA Award-winning schemes: the National College for High Speed Rail, Doncaster Campus, and the University of Nottingham’s Advanced Manufacturing Building

 Project of the Year – National College for High Speed Rail, Doncaster Campus

The National College for High Speed Rail has been recognised as a pioneering centre of excellence in rail engineering. Bond Bryan’s design takes its inspiration from Doncaster’s historical railway heritage, balancing learner-led academic classrooms with realistic working and fit-out areas and workshops.

With a raft of sustainable features and a BREEAM Excellent rating, this project won both the RIBA Yorkshire Sustainability Award and the overall RIBA Yorkshire Regional Award. 

Project of the Year – Advanced Manufacturing Building, The University of Nottingham

The building brings together a diverse range of innovative research groups, as well as leading industry experts, into one facility at the entrance to the University’s city centre Jubilee Campus.

Now fully operational, this building has received critical commendation across the country, winning the RIBA East Midlands Award for the region.

The annual Education Estates Awards & Dinner will take place at the Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel, on the 16th October.  

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