Eight NPS projects are set to feature alongside the best local authority schemes in the UK, having been chosen for inclusion in the Society of Architecture, Construction, Engineering and Surveying (SPACES) Yearbook 2018.
The Yearbook showcases the variety of projects that public funding produces along with the innovation and people involved in delivering them, promoting the development of high quality Public Buildings through the formal recognition of excellence in design, refurbishment and construction.
From over 100 entries, the following NPS schemes will be included – three of which have been shortlisted for the prestigious Civic Building of the Year (CBOY) Award:
- Foredyke Green Nature Area
- Haigh Kitchen Courtyard
- Hull New Theatre
- Leeds Art Gallery and Library – shortlisted for CBOY
- Temple Green Park and Ride
- The Arium – shortlisted for CBOY
- Ferens Art Gallery
- The NEDO Project – shortlisted for CBOY
All other projects in the Yearbook will go forward for various other awards, with winners announced at the Annual Awards and President’s Dinner on 11 October.
These are the only awards in the industry that are solely dedicated to rewarding excellence and innovation in construction projects delivered within the Public Sector.