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2012 Building Project of the Year

BUILDING PROJECT OF THE YEAR

Winner: Westfield Stratford City

Submitted by:  Westfield

  Sponsored by

Catlin100

 

 

 

 

 

Westfield Stratford City is one of the most ambitious retail and regeneration projects in London. Working in close partnership with the adjacent Olympic park, this project has really raised the bar on build design and construction as well as the diversity of shops and leisure - it has positively changed the landscape for both the local area and London as a whole. Westfield 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finalists

Royal Medway Mail Centre (Watson Batty Architects Limited)
Stryker Headquarters (ESA Architects)
Westminster Magistrates' Court (Schal)
Westfield Stratford City (Westfield)

 

About the Category

The winning project will demonstrate the highest level of technical achievement, innovation, application of best practice, teamworking throughout the supply chain, and importantly delivered to time, budget and quality to the customer's delight.

This winner may be drawn from winners of the earlier categories or may be a project or organisation that has displayed excellence across a number of categories.

It is just as likely to be an outstanding local project as it is a high profile landmark.

 

Catlin Insurance Company (UK) Ltd

Catlin is a global specialist insurer and reinsurer, writing more than 30 lines of business.  A network of offices in more than 50 cities offers brokers and their clients access to local underwriting expertise across the world.  Catlin underwrites ambition, helping clients to realise their ambitions by offering sophisticated solutions to risk management issues.  It is ambitious in pursuit of underwriting excellence - outstanding service provided by an outstanding team.