Structural Steel Design Awards shortlist announced
The shortlist for the 52nd Structural Steel Design Awards (SSDA), jointly sponsored by British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) and Trimble Solutions, has been announced.
The judges have shortlisted 22 projects in a number of different and varying applications across a wide geographical spread.
The winners will be announced on 1 October.
The SSDA 2020 shortlist is:
- 52 Lime Street, London
- A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme
- Barton Square, intu Trafford Centre, Manchester
- Bath Schools of Art and Design
- Boeing GoldCare Aircraft Hangar, Gatwick Airport
- Bridgewater Place Wind Amelioration Scheme, Leeds
- Brunel Building, London
- Centre Building, London School of Economics
- Drake Circus, The Barcode, Plymouth
- Mary Elmes Bridge, Cork City
- National Infrastructure Laboratory, University of Southampton
- One Bank Street, Canary Wharf
- One Bartholomew, Barts Square, London
- Scarborough Footbridge, York
- The Balfour, Kirkwall, Orkney
- The Curragh Racecourse Redevelopment, Kildare
- The Gravity Bar, Guinness Storehouse, Dublin
- The Post Building, London
- The Standard Hotel, London
- The Wave, Coventry
- Tintagel Footbridge, Cornwall
- Waterloo Station Roof Infill
“Structural steelwork is the original offsite framing material with the ability to deliver the most efficient and cost-effective solutions for a building or a structure,” said David Moore, CEO of the BCSA.
“It is also able to provide practical, flexible and beautiful spaces. But it doesn’t stop here. The sector is still evolving and is now looking to the future to deliver structures that meet the climate emergency and a more complex level of design for manufacture and assembly.”
“Our industry continues to deliver projects of high complexity and scale utilising appropriate technology and data driven design, manufacture, assembly and erection,” said Richard Fletcher, regional business director, Trimble Buildings.
“With increased digitalisation of the construction workflow we are well placed to continue to adapt and change to a post-covid world.”