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ASBP Awards:

28th February 2019

ASBP Awards 2019

The winners of the inaugural ASBP Awards were announced at the ASBP’s Healthy Buildings Conference and Expo which took place on 28th February. Over 200 delegates attended the event, which was the largest ASBP conference to date, and participated in the 'People's Prize' voting.

The awards focused on 6 elements which the ASBP believe underpin the sustainability of construction projects - The ASBP's 'Six Pillars of Sustainable Construction': Health and Wellbeing; Resource efficiency, Whole-life Carbon; Ethics and Transparency; Technical performance and Social Value.

OVERALL WINNER AND THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE: Bowman's Lea  Harry Paticas, Arboreal Architecture

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Old Holloway - Juraj Mikurcik

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Tara Green - Neil Sutherland, MAKAR

NATUREPLUS PRODUCT INNOVATION AWARD: EcoCocon straw bale panel - Barbara Jones, Straw Works; EcoCocon.

PEOPLE'S PRIZE: Bowman's Lea - Harry Paticas,  Arboreal Architecture

The ASBP have recently announced that the Awards will return and open for entries again in the autumn. To find out more about this year's winning projects or how you can enter for next year's awards  on the ASBP website

Featured buildings

Apple Tree Farm House Apple Tree Farm House
Blacksail YHA Blacksail YHA
Bodleian Library Bodleian Library
Bowman's Lea <br>ASBP Award Winner Bowman's Lea
ASBP Award Winner
Box House - Studio Bark Box House - Studio Bark
Brighton Dome Brighton Dome
Burnhead Bothy Burnhead Bothy
Canterbury Cathedral Canterbury Cathedral
Flitwick Mill Flitwick Mill
Mill Lane, East Sussex Mill Lane, East Sussex
Pitlyal Byre Pitlyal Byre
PlankBridge Fine Huts PlankBridge Fine Huts
Rocket Caravans Rocket Caravans
Sunbeams Music Centre Sunbeams Music Centre
Sweeney's Bothy Sweeney's Bothy
Two Flowers Croft Two Flowers Croft

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