Shortlisting success in the British Construction Industry Awards!
Our work on Quadrant Arcade, in partnership with Forcia, has made the shortlist for the British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA). The awards, seen as the most prestigious awards in the built environment sector seek to recognise and reward excellence in project delivery and crucially how outcomes are delivered for society.
Quadrant Arcade is a previously underused shopping arcade on Regents Street in Central London. Entered in the Temporary Works category, the project saw us work alongside Forcia as structural temporary works engineers. We devised a scheme for the complex and significant temporary works to the Arcade, which would enable the removal of a large central column carrying 200 tonnes of live office floors above, from the front façade to create a new much larger welcoming entrance. The completion of the project means that the Arcade has been opened up into a vibrant arcade that links Regents Street and Soho. You can find out more about the detail of the project at https://civicengineers.com/quadrant-arcade-regents-street-shines-bright-in-time-for-christmas/
The next stage of the judging process involves a presentation to the judging panel on 5th July. Then, it’s fingers crossed for the awards ceremony itself in London on 9th October. You can find out more about the awards and see the shortlist at https://bcia.newcivilengineer.com