Super excited to be shortlisted for an international architectural design award. The Award is for Excellence in Architectural Technology [small to medium] category at the 2021 AT Awards. This is the premier accolade, nationally and internationally, that recognise outstanding achievement in the discipline.
The project is Woodhouse Health Centre in Sheffield that we helped design. Advanced infection control measures were incorporated into the design and construction. This enabled the Health Centre to perform as a major support centre in the front-line fight against the Coronavirus pandemic. The enhanced infection control measures needed were already in place before the Coronavirus occurred.
Hosted by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists this event recognises the exceptional contribution that Architectural Technology practices and professionals make to the built environment. Also, the hard work of those studying in Architectural Technology.
The award ceremony is in London in October so fingers crossed for this. Makes all the last few years of hard work worth it!
Over the next few weeks we will be sharing more of the back story to this project. Especially some of the challenges facing highly sustainable and energy efficient buildings. Plus why it’s shortlisted for an international architectural design award. Please check out and follow us on our primary social media channels to find out more.
Gordon Osborne, Practice Manager at Woodhouse Health Centre, said:
‘The out of hours hub has been especially useful during the Covid pandemic and has enabled us to offer a city-wide service at speed. While other practices were busy setting up protective screens and intercom systems, we already had these in place and were able to hit the ground running. We are very pleased that we had these designed and installed prior to the pandemic striking which enabled us to help the people of Sheffield in a big way’.
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