Structural Timber Awards 2022

Structural Timber Awards 2022

What a night … Mark Cregan (Construction Director) attended this years, Structural Timber Awards at the National Conference Centre in Birmingham.  This evening celebrates architectural achievements and engineering ingenuity in timber construction.

Clifford’s Tower took home two awards including:

  • Leisure Project of the Year
  • Winner of Winners 

Well done to everyone involved in this amazing project.


Client – English Heritage

Architects – Martin Ashley Architects & Hugh Broughton Architects

Structural Engineers – Ramboll

Project Managers – RNJ

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