At the National Building Awards ceremony held at Wembley Stadium, Nash Partnership was shortlisted in three categories: Community Engagement, Architect (Small Project) and Architectural Designer of the Year. We were delighted to be named as runner-up in each one.
The inaugural awards were held to support and raise the profile of industrious, hardworking and enterprising businesses operating in the built environment and construction sectors.
The Nash Partnership teams involved in each category have had an exceptional year. Our Community Engagement service offer has been integral to projects for clients including Taunton Deane Borough Council, Southmead Development Trust, Cheltenham Borough Homes and Blaenau Gwent CBC.
Our Small Project award entry focused on our designs for the Pavilion buildings at the New American Garden in Bath – an attraction that was opened to the public by Alan Titchmarsh and launched by the Duke of Gloucester and the US Ambassador to the UK.
And our Architectural Designer entry focused on projects that reached significant milestones last year including Spring Wharf at Roseberry Place in Bath [link] and The Pavilion in Oxon.
Nash Partnership Partner Daniel Lugsden was pleased to attend the award ceremony. Commenting on the commendations, he said: “To have our work recognised at national level in not just one but three categories is very satisfying. This is especially true of the Community Engagement category, as proactive engagement is vital to our work .We use the engagement process to shape robust, coherent and contextually sensitive proposals which help improve the areas we work in. This national recognition is testament to all the effort put in by our teams on behalf of our clients and their communities.”