Two Scott Brownrigg projects shortlisted for the Education Estates Awards


Two Scott Brownrigg schemes have been shortlisted for this year's Education Estates Awards.

Hillview School for Girls, Kent, is the first school building to be delivered using the Optimum School approach developed  by Galliford Try  in partnership with Scott Brownrigg’s Design Research Unit.  The project has been shortlisted for the Innovation in Delivering Value category,  Read more about  the Optimum Schools approach. Whilst Coleg Cymunedol Y Dderwen Comprehensive School in Bridgend, Wales has been shortlisted for the Sustainable Achievement Award.  The scheme also won the BREEAM Education Award in 2013 and its shortlisting for the Sustainable Project of the Year category at this years Building Awards.

The Education Estates Awards recognise excellence in the education built environment and both shortlistings reflect the successes that the practice is experiencing in pushing innovation within the education sector.

The winners will be announced at the inaugural Education Estates Awards and Dinner which take place on 11 November 2014 at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel in Manchester.