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NEWS EXPANSION


CPMG opens in Birmingham


KnitCandela in Mexico City © Angelica Ibarra AWARDS


Structural Awards showcase the best in engineering


The Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) has revealed the shortlist of the 2019 Structural Awards, featuring 49 outstanding projects from around the globe. The awards are now in their 52nd


year, celebrating the “best of the best” in structural engineering, said IStructE. The shortlisted entries are divided into 12 categories, “each highlighting the prolific work of structural engineers and the invaluable service they deliver”. The scheme recognises the positive


impact these professionals have which can be observed daily, “from soaring skyscrap- ers and gravity-defying bridges to build- ings designed to withstand extreme conditions”. Finalists include: • The V&A Dundee by Arup – category: The Award for Structural Artistry (building structures)


• La Reference in Haiti by Eckersley O'Callaghan – The Award for Structures in Extreme Conditions


• KnitCandela in Mexico City by Block Research Group, ETZ Zurich – The Award for Small Projects


• Turanga Library in Christchurch, New Zealand by Lewis Bradford


ADF SEPTEMBER 2019


Consulting Engineers – The Award for Structures in Extreme Conditions


Other shortlisted structures include the world’s tallest statue in Kevadia, India, a sports stadium with a roof consisting of rotating petals in Hangzhou, China, and a 22 metre deep ‘mega-basement’ under a five-star hotel in London, as well as build- ings showcasing the world’s best seismic performance in San Francisco, New Zealand and Haiti. Significantly, many of the projects


demonstrate how using state-of-the-art technologies, such as BIM, can be used to help foster sustainable approaches in the built environment.


Following strict judging criteria, shortlisted entries were selected for excellence, creativity and innovation, as well as elegance and detailing. Sustainability, economic viability and value for money were also core considerations. The complete shortlist can be found


online at www.structuralawards.org. The winners will be announced at the awards dinner and ceremony, which takes place on 15 November at the Brewery, London.


CPMG Architects is continuing its sustainable growth strategy with the announcement of a new Birmingham office in Bull Street’s The Lewis Building, to be headed up by director Anil Parmar. This announcement comes following the appointment of Richard Flisher as the firm’s new managing director earlier this year. With headquarters in Nottingham and a London office which opened four years ago, the national business is now expanding its design services and award-winning expertise into the West Midlands area. Anil Parmar, director at CPMG


said; “We have developed a wealth of Birmingham contacts through a consistent pipeline of work over the last 10 years or so, and the time is now right to build on those relationships and develop our offering in the West Midlands market.”


The team has completed a number of flagship projects in the Midlands in recent years


The team has completed a number of flagship projects in the Midlands in recent years, including the 2018 RIBA award-winning Vijay Patel Building at De Montfort University, Cripps Health Centre and the Air Traffic Control Tower at Birmingham Airport. As well as this, the team boasts numerous developments across the UK as a whole, including HMS Belfast Visitor Centre, and a large portfolio of schools projects across the UK and in particular in the London boroughs.


CPMG has more than 30 years’ experience specialising in the education, commercial, health leisure, manufacturing and interior design sectors.


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