The Structural Steel Design Awards (SSDA) took place at the Museum of London on 5th October 2016.
Five projects winners were announced at the awards ceremony. The winning projects were:
- London Olympic Roof Conversion,
- Harlech Castle Footbridge,
- Thames Tower Redevelopment, Reading,
- South Stand Expansion, Etihad Stadium
- The Memorial Spire, International Bomber Command Centre, Lincoln.
Projects receiving commendations included 6 Bevis Marks Roof Garden, London, Lagan Weir Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge, Belfast, The Diamond Engineering Building, The University of Sheffield and Land Rover BAR America’s Cup HQ Building, Portsmouth. Two projects received certificates of merit, namely Leeds Station Southern Entrance and Energy from Waste Facility, Ardley.
Television news presenter Emma Crosby presented the awards, now in their 48th year. The judges selected the Award winning projects from a short list of 21, with all entries scoring highly in efficiency, cost effectiveness, aesthetics, sustainability and innovation.
To download the full awards brochure including detailed case studies of each of the winning projects please visit the link below.