2014 - May 2014

Henry Boot Construction’s MDC Manor Works wins at the RIBA Awards Yorkshire – 20/05/14

Alison Crescent

Henry Boot Construction’s Manor Works in Sheffield has won two awards at the RIBA Awards Yorkshire. Winners were announced at a celebration dinner on the 1st of May in Leeds with Manor Works winning the RIBA Yorkshire Building of the Year 2014 category.

The awards celebrate the best of British architecture, with winning schemes setting the standards for good, excellent and outstanding architecture, that reflect the changes in architectural tastes, technology and aspirations.

The Manor Works project is a high quality 1560m2 office and workspace for the Manor Development Company who promote regeneration in the Manor area of Sheffield. The building comprises of a concrete framed basement, ground and 1st floor, with the second floor and roof being of timber frame construction. Internally, the building has a rustic feel with power floated concrete floor slabs, exposed block work and walls clad in birch boarding with exposed timbers.

 “We are delighted that the efforts of everyone involved in the delivery of the Manor Works, a new Community Enterprise Hub at the Alison Business Centre, has been recognised in it being names as the RIBA Yorkshire Building of the Year Award 2014. Particularly those of Henry Boot’s team who showed a resolute commitment to delivering quality in all aspects of its construction.”

David Saxby, Architecture 00

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