The best of the South West property and construction projects celebrated at the 2018 Michelmores Property Awards
The winners of the 16th annual Michelmores Property Awards have been announced, celebrating outstanding property and construction projects in Devon, Somerset, Bristol, Dorset and Cornwall, across ten categories.
Hosted by Michelmores' Real Estate team, the event recognises both commercial and residential projects of all shapes and sizes across ten categories − with shortlisted and winning projects firmly placed in the industry's spotlight.
From a cutting edge nuclear training facility in Somerset to an aspirational further education college in Cornwall, the range and breadth of projects has demonstrated the excellence of the property and construction sector in our region, and the economic benefits that come from these developments.
Special thanks all of our judges, who once again gave their time to select the winning projects, and all the sponsors: Attention Media, Girling Jones, JLL, Kier Construction, LHC Architecture + Urbanism, Midas, NatWest and The Samphire Club, for their support.
10% of the booking was donated to Michelmores Charity of the Year, The Amber Foundation.
"Once again, the standard of entries we received for this year's Property Awards was outstanding. From a cutting edge nuclear training facility in Somerset to a residential development that rehabilitated military veterans through a self-build training programme in construction skills, the range and breadth of projects has been fantastic and has demonstrated the excellence of the property and construction sector in our region. My congratulations go to all of our winners and to all those shortlisted."
The 2018 Michelmores Property Awards winning projects are:
Project of the Year (under £5m)
Lloyd’s Lounge, Exeter – submitted by Morgan Sindall
Project of the Year (over £5m)
National College for Nuclear, Southern Hub, Cannington – submitted by Midas Group
Education Project of the Year
Callywith College, submitted by Kier Construction
Leisure & Hospitality Project of the Year
Aerospace Bristol, submitted by Kier Construction and Hydrock
Heritage Project of the Year
Higher Mill, Buckfast Abbey, submitted by Form Design Group
Alternative Property Investment Project of the Year
The Nelson Project, Plymouth, submitted by Form Design Group
Residential Project of the Year (36 Units and Over)
Mount Wise, Plymouth, submitted by Ward Williams Associates
Residential Project of the Year (35 Units and Under)
Redcliffe Parade, Bristol, submitted by Alec French Architects
Building of the Year
Tate St Ives, submitted by BAM Construct UK
The John Laurence Special Contribution Award
Ian Potts, Architects Design Group