The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire has been shortlisted for the Social Infrastructure Project of the Year prize at the British Construction Industry Awards

This category recognises excellence in completed projects – from concept, through procurement, design and construction to delivery on time and budget, through to ultimate use and user satisfaction.

This is the latest award the project has been shortlisted for, after being announced as a contender for the Construction News Awards, the Architects Journal Awards as well as winning two awards at the recent RICS West Midlands Awards and RIBA West Midlands Building of the 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 and achieve one of the highest levels of acoustic attentuation in the world.

Lionel Grant, Managing Director at Bennett Architectural commented,

“The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire has won three awards recently and being shortlisted for the British Construction Industry Awards in this category showcases how the project evolved from the architects concept to when it opened its doors last September.

“The acoustic on the project were vitally important for ourselves and Galliford Try given the busy location of the Conservatoire.”

The British Construction Industry Awards take place on 10th October 2018 at Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

Read our case study on the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire HERE

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