The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire has been named as a finalist for the Building Magazine Project of the Year at the Building Awards 2018.

One of the most hotly contested categories, the award recognises excellence and outstanding performance, with projects judged on their design quality, sustainability, innovation, construction performance, procurement and team work with the client.

The £57m purpose-built Conservatoire is no stranger to award success, having already won RIBA West Midlands Building of the Year and two prizes at the RICS West Midlands Awards earlier this year.

Bennett Architectural worked alongside Galliford Try and architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios to design, supply and install Kawneer AA100 windows and AA720 curtain walling systems, achieving one of the highest levels of acoustic attenuation in the world.

Lionel Grant, Managing Director at Bennett Architectural commented,

“We’re delighted to hear that the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire is a finalist for the prestigious Building Awards.

“The sheer number of awards the project has been nominated for and in turn won really showcases the excellent work carried out by Galliford Try, ourselves and the rest of the team on the project.”

The Building Awards 2018 take place on Tuesday 6th November at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

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