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==How to enter==
 
==How to enter==
For details of how to enter, plus more information on the judging process, the various levels of award and an entry form, please click [http://www.steelconstruction.org/resources/design-awards/ here].
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For details of how to enter and more information on the judging process, please download an [[Media:2020_Entry_Form.pdf|entry form]].
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==Structural steel design awards 2019 - Shortlist==
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'''Why enter?'''<br>
The shortlist for the 51st Structural Steel Design Awards (SSDA), jointly sponsored by BCSA and Trimble Solutions (UK) Ltd, has been announced.
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If your project is shortlisted, your company would have the kudos of being part of a prestigious Awards scheme - one with a long history, focused solely on steel construction and the only one where expert judges visit every shortlisted project to truly appreciate its qualities. In addition, you’ll receive:
  
The Awards have again seen a strong number of submissions with the 20 shortlisted projects showcasing steel’s flexibility and versatility in a number of different and varying applications.
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*Free publicity for you, your project and your client, both online and in the construction press.
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*Free attendance at a major Awards event in central London for your project team.
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*Recognition of excellence for your project, be it large or small.
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'''How to succeed?'''<br>
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Plan ahead and involve the whole project team from the outset in preparing a high-quality submission, don’t leave it to the last minute. Read the entry criteria and particularly the ‘Submission Material’ section on the entry form and provide exactly what is required, nothing more, nothing less. In addition:
  
The shortlist also reflects the wide geographical spread of steel’s appeal for a variety of projects ranging from leisure and education buildings to retail buildings, with entries also received for a variety of bridges, commercial developments and infrastructure facilities across the UK.  
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*High quality photos will portray you project at its best.
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*A well written, flowing description of the context, concept design, outstanding features and key construction details will allow the judges to swiftly appreciate the essence of your project.
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*Broad representation from all parties at the judges’ visit will demonstrate collaboration and enthusiasm.
  
The winners will be announced at an evening reception in London in October.
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==Structural steel design awards 2019==
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Full details of the 2019 award winning projects, the judging panel and the other finalists are available in a special [[Steel_construction_news#Structural_Steel_Design_Awards|SSDA 2019 brochure]] produced by the BCSA and Trimble Solutions (UK) Ltd in association with Kovic Design Limited.
  
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===Awards===
Image:160_Old_Street-1a.jpg|'''160 Old Street, London'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Orms<br>'''Structural engineer''' – Heyne Tillett Steel<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – Bourne Steel Ltd<br>'''Main contractor''' – Wates Construction<br>'''Client''' – Great Portland Estates plc
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Image:Aga_Khan_Centre-1.jpg|'''Aga Khan Centre, London'''<br> <br><br>'''Architects''' – Maki & Associates and Allies and Morrison<br>'''Structural engineer''' – Expedition Engineering<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – Severfield<br>'''Main contractor''' – BAM Construct UK Ltd<br>'''Clients''' – AKDN and Argent
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Image:Coal_Drops-1.jpg|[[Coal Drops Yard, London.]]
Image:Chiswick_Park_Footbridge-1.jpg|'''Chiswick Park Footbridge'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Useful Studio<br>'''Structural engineer''' – Expedition Engineering<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – Severfield<br>'''Main contractor''' – Lendlease<br>'''Client''' – Blackstone
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Image:Taplow_Footbridge-1.jpg|[[Taplow Riverside Footbridge]]
Image:Coal_Drops-1.jpg|'''Coal Drops Yard, London'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Heatherwick Studio<br>'''Structural engineer''' – Arup<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – Severfield<br>'''Main contractor''' – BAM Construction<br>'''Client''' – King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership
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Image:Tombola_HQ-1.jpg|[[Tombola HQ, Sunderland]]
Image:Ely_Southern_Bypass-1.jpg|'''Ely Southern Bypass'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Knight Architects<br>'''Structural engineer''' – Tony Gee & Partners<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – Severfield<br>'''Main contractor''' – VolkerFitzpatrick Ltd<br>'''Client''' – Cambridgeshire County Council
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Image:THFC_New_Stadium-1.jpg|[[Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, New Stadium]]
Image: G_W_Annenberg-1.jpg|'''G W Annenberg Performing Arts Centre'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Studio Seilern Architects<br>'''Structural engineer''' – PBA now part of Stantec<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – Advanced Fabrications Poyle Ltd<br>'''Main contractor''' – Beard Construction<br>'''Client''' – Wellington College
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Image:Wimbledon_No1_Court-1.jpg|[[Wimbledon No.1 Court]]
Image:Greatham_Creek_Seal_Hide-1.jpg|'''Greatham Creek Seal Hide, Middlesbrough'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Abstract Machine (Leeds Beckett University)<br>'''Structural engineer''' – BMMJV (BAM Nuttall/Mott MacDonald Joint Venture)<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – S H Structures Ltd<br>'''Main contractor''' – BMMJV (BAM Nuttall/Mott MacDonald Joint Venture)<br>'''Client''' – Environment Agency
 
Image:Ingenuity_House-1.jpg|'''Ingenuity House, Birmingham'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Sheppard Robson<br>'''Structural engineer''' – Arup<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – Billington Structures Ltd<br>'''Main contractor''' – Interserve Construction Ltd<br>'''Client''' – Interserve Construction Ltd
 
Image:Neuron_Pod-1.JPG|'''Neuron Pod, London'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – aLL Design<br>'''Structural engineer''' – AKT II<br>'''Main contractor''' – Total Construction<br>'''Client''' – Queen Mary University
 
Image:Project_Mint_at_the_O2-1.jpg|'''Project Mint at the O2'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – CallisonRTKL<br>'''Structural engineer''' – BuroHappold Engineering<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – Bourne Steel Ltd<br>'''Main contractor''' – ISG<br>'''Clients''' – AEG and Crosstree
 
Image:Telford_Central_Footbridges-1.jpg|'''Telford Central Footbridges'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Nicoll Russell Studios<br>'''Structural engineer''' – Jacobs<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – S H Structures Ltd<br>'''Main contractor''' – Balfour Beatty<br>'''Client''' – Telford & Wrekin Council
 
Image:The_Macallan_Distillery-1.jpg|'''The Macallan Distillery'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners<br>'''Structural engineer''' – Arup<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – S H Structures Ltd<br>'''Main contractor''' – Robertson Construction<br>'''Client''' – The Macallan
 
Image:Tombola_HQ-1.jpg|'''Tombola HQ, Sunderland'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Ryder Architecture<br>'''Structural engineer''' – s h e d<br>'''Main contractor''' – Brims Construction Ltd<br>'''Client''' – Tombola
 
Image:THFC_New_Stadium-1.jpg|'''Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, New Stadium'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Populous<br>'''Structural engineers''' – BuroHappold Engineering,<br>schlaich bergermann partner<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – Severfield<br>'''Main contractor''' – Mace<br>'''Client''' – Tottenham Hotspur Football Club
 
Image:Wimbledon_No1_Court-1.jpg|'''Wimbledon No.1 Court'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – KSS<br>'''Structural engineer''' – Thornton Tomasetti Ltd<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – Severfield<br>'''Main contractor''' – Sir Robert McAlpine<br>'''Client''' – The All England Lawn Tennis Club
 
 
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Image:Battersea_Arts_Centre-1.jpg|'''Battersea Arts Centre'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Haworth Tompkins<br>'''Structural engineer''' – Heyne Tillett Steel<br>'''Main contractor''' – 8Build Limited<br>'''Client''' – Battersea Arts Centre
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===Commendations===
Image:Fenchurch_Court-1.jpg|'''Fen Court, London'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Eric Parry Architects<br>'''Structural engineer''' – Arup<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – William Hare<br>'''Main contractor''' – Sir Robert McAlpine<br>'''Client''' – Generali Real Estate
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Image:Kettners_Townhouse-1.jpg|'''Kettner’s Townhouse & Soho House Greek Street'''<br> <br>'''Architect''' – Studio of Design & Architecture (SODA)<br>'''Structural engineer''' – EngineersHRW<br>'''Main contractor''' – In House Design & Build Ltd<br>'''Client''' – Soho Estates Ltd
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Image:Battersea_Arts_Centre-2.jpg|[[Battersea Arts Centre]]
Image:Taplow_Footbridge-1.jpg|'''Taplow Riverside Footbridge'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Knight Architects<br>'''Structural engineer''' – COWI<br>'''Steelwork contractor''' – S H Structures Ltd<br>'''Main contractor''' – Land & Water<br>'''Client''' – Berkeley Group
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Image:Chiswick_Park_Footbridge-1.jpg|[[Chiswick Park Footbridge]]
Image:Royal_Academy_of_Music-1.jpg|'''Royal Academy of Music, London'''<br> <br><br>'''Architect''' – Ian Ritchie Architects<br>'''Structural engineer''' – WSP<br>'''Main contractor''' – Geoffrey Osborne Ltd<br>'''Client''' – Royal Academy of Music
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Image:Fenchurch_Court-2.jpg|[[Fen Court, London]]
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Image:Ingenuity_House-1.jpg|[[Ingenuity House, Birmingham]]
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Image:Neuron_Pod-1.JPG|[[Neuron Pod, London]]
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Image:Royal_Academy_of_Music-1b.jpg|[[Royal Academy of Music, London]]
 
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===Merits===
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Image:G_W_Annenberg-1.jpg|[[G W Annenberg Performing Arts Centre]]
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Image:Greatham_Creek_Seal_Hide-1.jpg|[[Greatham Creek Seal Hide, Middlesbrough]]
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Image:Telford_Central_Footbridges-1.jpg|[[Telford Central Footbridges]]
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Image:The_Macallan_Distillery-1.jpg|[[The Macallan Distillery]]
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==Structural steel design awards 2018==
 
==Structural steel design awards 2018==

Latest revision as of 10:03, 4 October 2019

The objective of the Structural Steel Design Awards is to celebrate the excellence of the United Kingdom in the field of steel construction, particularly demonstrating its potential in terms of efficiency, cost effectiveness, aesthetics, sustainability and innovation.

Each year the awards scheme attracts many excellent entries from widely ranging projects. Successful projects are expected to have a minimum threshold of excellence in architectural and engineering terms and to be cost effective. Each year’s entries reflect the increasingly high standards that are being achieved, not only in design and all aspects of fabrication, but also in short construction programmes and accuracy on site.

2018 saw the 50th Structural Steel Design Awards jointly sponsored by BCSA and Trimble Solutions (UK) Ltd. To mark the occasion, BCSA gathered together details of all the previous Award-winning projects and presented them as a montage of images here. Clicking on the project name below each image reveals further project details, images and the judges’ comments.

The Structural Steel Design Awards

with contributions from:

  • Sarah McCann-Bartlett, Director General, BCSA
  • David Lazenby CBE, now former Chair of the Judging Panel
  • Professor Roger Plank, ex-Sheffield University, member of the Judging Panel
  • Bill Taylor, Partner, Robin Snell and Partners, member of the Judging Panel
  • Ivor Roberts, now Past President, BCSA

[top]Operation of the awards

The Awards are open to steel based structures situated in the United Kingdom or overseas that have been built by UK or Irish steelwork contractors. They must have been completed and be ready for occupation or use during the two calendar years immediately preceeding the year for which the projects are submitted for the awards.

Previous entries are not eligible.

[top]Judging criteria

               SSDA Logo.jpg
SSDA Logo

The judging panel selects award winners after assessing all entries against two key criteria: planning and architecture, and structural engineering.

[top]Planning and Architecture

  • Satisfaction of client’s brief, particularly cost effectiveness
  • Environmental impact
  • Architectural excellence
  • Durability
  • Adaptability for changing requirements through its life
  • Efficiency of the use and provision of services
  • Conservation of energy


[top]Structural Engineering

  • Benefits achieved by using steel construction
  • Efficiency of design, fabrication and erection
  • Skill and workmanship
  • Integration of structure and services to meet architectural requirements
  • Efficiency and effectiveness of fire and corrosion protection
  • Innovation of design, build and manufacturing technique


[top]How to enter

For details of how to enter and more information on the judging process, please download an entry form.

Why enter?
If your project is shortlisted, your company would have the kudos of being part of a prestigious Awards scheme - one with a long history, focused solely on steel construction and the only one where expert judges visit every shortlisted project to truly appreciate its qualities. In addition, you’ll receive:

  • Free publicity for you, your project and your client, both online and in the construction press.
  • Free attendance at a major Awards event in central London for your project team.
  • Recognition of excellence for your project, be it large or small.


How to succeed?
Plan ahead and involve the whole project team from the outset in preparing a high-quality submission, don’t leave it to the last minute. Read the entry criteria and particularly the ‘Submission Material’ section on the entry form and provide exactly what is required, nothing more, nothing less. In addition:

  • High quality photos will portray you project at its best.
  • A well written, flowing description of the context, concept design, outstanding features and key construction details will allow the judges to swiftly appreciate the essence of your project.
  • Broad representation from all parties at the judges’ visit will demonstrate collaboration and enthusiasm.

[top]Structural steel design awards 2019

Full details of the 2019 award winning projects, the judging panel and the other finalists are available in a special SSDA 2019 brochure produced by the BCSA and Trimble Solutions (UK) Ltd in association with Kovic Design Limited.

[top]Awards


[top]Commendations


[top]Merits


[top]Structural steel design awards 2018

Full details of the 2018 award winning projects, the judging panel and the other finalists are available in a special SSDA 2018 brochure produced by the BCSA and Trimble Solutions (UK) Ltd in association with Kovic Design Limited.

[top]Awards


[top]Commendations


[top]Merits


[top]Structural steel design awards 2017

Full details of the 2017 award winning projects, the judging panel and the other finalists are available in a special SSDA 2017 brochure produced by the BCSA and Steel for Life in association with Kovic Design Limited.

[top]Awards


[top]Commendations


[top]Merits


[top]Structural steel design awards 2016

Full details of the 2016 award winning projects, the judging panel and the other finalists are available in a special SSDA 2016 brochure produced by the BCSA and Steel for Life in association with Kovic Design Limited.

[top]Awards


[top]Commendations


[top]Merits


[top]Structural steel design awards 2015

Full details of the 2015 award winning projects, the judging panel and the other finalists are available in a special SSDA 2015 brochure produced by the BCSA and Tata Steel in association with Kovic Design Limited.

[top]Awards


[top]Commendations


[top]Certificates of Merit


[top]Structural steel design awards 2014

Full details of the 2014 award winning projects, the judging panel and the other finalists are available in a special SSDA 2014 brochure produced by the BCSA and Tata Steel in association with Barrett, Byrd Associates.

[top]Awards


[top]Commendations


[top]Structural steel design awards 2013

Full details of the 2013 award winning projects, the judging panel and the other finalists are available in a special SSDA 2013 brochure produced by the BCSA and Tata Steel in association with Barrett, Byrd Associates.

[top]Awards


[top]Commendations


[top]Structural steel design awards 2012

Full details of the 2012 award winning projects, the judging panel and the other finalists are available in a special SSDA 2012 brochure produced by the BCSA and Tata Steel in association with Kovic Design Limited.

[top]Awards


[top]Commendations


[top]Previous awards

For details of the Awards, Commendations and Certificates of Merit from previous years back to 1998, click here.