The six project shortlist for the ASBP Awards 2020, were announced on the 26th November. The submissions were judged by the ASBP’s experienced board members and assessed against the ASBP’s “Six Pillars of Sustainable Construction”: Health and well-being, resource efficiency, whole-life carbon, ethics and transparency, technical performance and social value.
Congratulations to those involved with the following projects:
- Chester Long Court - Exeter City Council
- Geanaisean - MAKAR
- Green Tiles - Colin Rice Architect
- Larch Corner - LEAP
- Putney Lower Common Cemetery Chapel - Roger Mears Architects
- Squash - URBED
The six shortlisted projects will be featured as detailed case studies on the ASBP website in the new year and the entrants will be invited to present at the ASBP’s 4th Healthy Buildings Conference and Expo on 27th February 2020 at Amnesty International’s HQ in London.
The judges will announce the overall winner at an awards ceremony at the conference plus there will be a 'People's Prize' for the most popular project as voted by the audience. Book your EARLY BIRD (20% off) conference ticket today to attend the ceremony and cast your vote!
Further information about the awards and the six pillars of sustainable construction are available on the ASBP website at https://asbp.org.uk/asbp-awards