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Call for Entries for the 2019 Schueco Excellence Awards

Established in 2013, the annual Schueco Excellence Awards for Design and Innovation continue to attract entries from some of the biggest (and smallest) names in the industry. 

The annual Schueco Excellence Awards are fast becoming something of a UK and Eire building industry institution. Last year the number of submissions reached record levels and this year the competition looks set to become even tougher. 

Now in their fourth year, the Awards – which are run in association with Architecture Today – have won the respect of the UK building industry because of the high quality of the submissions they routinely attract. The only stipulations for an eligible entry are that the project submitted should have been completed before the end of March 2019 and should have utilised at least one Schueco system in either aluminium or steel, with the involvement of a Schueco UK network partner fabricator.

The categories for the 2019 Schueco Excellence Awards are: Education building; Health building; Commercial building; Cultural building; Individual house; Individual home improvement; Residential development; Refurbishment project; Steel project and Specialist contractor

This year the panel of judges will be chaired by Paul Williams of Stanton Williams and will include Julia Barfield of Marks Barfield, Neil Dusheiko of Neil Dusheiko Architects, Clare Wright of Wright & Wright, Steve Mudie of alinea Consulting and Paul Savidge of Wintech.

The judges will be looking for innovation, technical expertise and evidence of collaboration between all members of the build team.

And remember, if your project is shortlisted it will be included in a special Architecture Today supplement that is circulated to over 12,500 top opinion-formers and and your firm will also be promoted in two Schueco publications with a combined circulation of 25,000.

Entry forms are now accessible on the website of Architecture Today, who, for the second year running, is organising the competition: http://www.architecturetoday.co.uk/schuecoawards2019

The deadline for entries is 15th April.

Innovation, excellence and collaboration across twelve categories