The CN awards recognise the very best projects, and this year’s awards saw our work win two of the biggest and most respected categories.

Projects Over £50m

Our Pears building took top honours, with judges hailing Pears as “a world-class scientific and medical facility built to high standards of sustainability, adding great social value to the community”.

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Read the judges’ summary here

Projects between £20m- £50m

Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building at University of Warwick won this category, with judges exclaiming how “Willmott Dixon and the client worked to assemble a first-class team of specialists to deliver this innovative and exciting scheme”

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Read the judges’ summary here

There was further recognition on the night, with Group Sustainability’s Jono Ayton highly commended in the Rising Star category and our company highly commended in the Carbon Reduction Champion category for cutting out carbon intensity by 66 per cent since 2010 and absolute emissions by 55 per cent.

A big well done also to the teams behind Delamere Forest Visitor Centre, Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust fit-out, Llys Cadwyn in Pontypridd and Engineering Building at University of Birmingham who were all shortlisted.