2018 Offsite Awards – winners announced

Held during Ecobuild on 06 March – it really was standing room only at last night’s annual Offsite Construction Awards. With the heightened interest in new and innovative building methods – the organisers were expecting it to be a sell-out event, with over 400 industry leaders and innovators gathering to celebrate the great and good of offsite construction.

Host for the evening, leading offsite expert, Darren Richards, managing director of Cogent Consulting said:

“What a great success – the calibre and quantity of the entries this year clearly demonstrates that offsite technology is pushing the boundaries of construction and manufacturing innovation. I would personally like to thank everyone who entered the awards, as well as the valued sponsors and judges – without their support, this event would not be possible.”

The annual Offsite Construction Awards, which are rapidly being established as a highlight of the construction calendar – are a platform to showcase innovation, celebrate best practice and recognise overall expertise in offsite construction. The Awards feature a shortlist of exceptional landmark projects, influential people and manufacturing excellence in the dynamic arena that is offsite construction.

With over 200 exemplary entries packed full of pioneering projects, innovative products and inspirational people – this year’s independent panel of judges had an onerous job selecting the winners.

The prestigious ‘Winner of Winners’ Award, which is given for the highest scoring entry across all categories – was presented to PCE for Project Capella – an £80m 18,000m2 biomedical research laboratory for the University of Cambridge.

Darren Richards concluded:

“A huge thank-you to all entrants and congratulations once again to the 2018 Offsite Construction Awards winners.”

The winners include leading industry innovators and projects that demonstrate excellence in the application of offsite technology:

2018 Offsite Award Winners

Best Use of Concrete Technology
Company: PCE
Project: Project Capella

Best Use of Timber Technology
Company: Brooke Homes
Project: Capstone Green

Best Use of Steel Technology
Company: Vision Modular Systems / MJH Structural Engineers / Pocket Living
Project: Mapleton Crescent

Best Use of Hybrid Technology
Company: ilke Homes
Project: Carr Lodge, Doncaster

Best Use of Volumetric Technology
Company: Vision Modular Systems / Tide Construction
Project: Apex House, Wembley

Best Use of MEP
Company: SES Engineering Services
Project: Quadram Institute

Housing Project of the Year
Company: Berkeley Homes East Thames
Project: Weigall Road Urban Houses

Commercial Project of the Year
Company: Wiehag GmbH
Project: Anchorage House, East India Docks

Retail/ Leisure Project of the Year
Company: Chapman Taylor LLP
Project: Holiday Inn Express, Trafford City

Education Project of the Year
Company: Portakabin
Product: Global Academy, London

Healthcare Project of the Year
Company: ZÜBLIN Timber
Project: Maggie’s Oldham

Infrastructure Project of the Year
Company: Kier Infrastructure
Project: Mersey Gateway

Product Innovation Award
Company: Advanced Precision Homes
Project: Redwood Crescent, Beeston

Offsite Pioneer of the Year
John Fleming – Vision Modular Systems

Project Manager of the Year
Company: Identity Consult

Installer of the Year
Company: James Paul Services
Project: Vita Student Village, York

Engineer of the Year
Company: Booth King Partnership
Project: Maggie’s Oldham

Architect of the Year
Company: shedkm
Project: Town House

Contractor of the Year
Company: Mid Group

Client of the Year
Company: Education and Skills Funding Agency
Project: Modular Frameworks

Winner of Winners
Companies: PCE
Project: Project Capella