2019-02-06 

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Shortlist for the RIDBA 2019 Building Awards Announced

The Rural and Industrial Design and Building Association (RIDBA) launched the RIDBA Building Awards, to recognise innovation and excellence amongst members in the industrial and agricultural buildings industry.

After receiving a record number of entries, RIDBA is pleased to announce the shortlisted projects for the awards this year.

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Four months since the date of launch, last week culminated in the much awaited RIDBA Building Awards judging day. We are now one step closer to finding out who has entered winning projects this year.

Judging Day took place on 31 January, and the judging panel had the difficult task of narrowing all entries down to the best for each category. The panel consisted of Martin Heywood, Head Judge and RIDBA Technical Consultant, David Collier of Rural Planning, Andrew Brown of Visit Our Farm, Niresh Somlie of BM Trada as well as Graham Willmott, Chairman of ACR. External judge Chris Kendrick from Oxford Brookes University also participated in the judging process, as an external judge.

Head Judge Martin Heywood said:
"Congratulations to all entrants for upholding the usual high standards that we have come to expect from our industry. The judges had a difficult but enjoyable task in choosing the winners and, with the support of Farming Monthly, I am sure the RIDBA Building Awards will be a true benchmark for the industry.”

Thank you to all RIDBA members who took the time to enter their projects in the Building Awards 2019.

Congratulations to all shortlisted projects. Winners will be announced at the Awards ceremony on Friday 15 March 2019, at the De Vere East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottingham.

RIDBA would like to take this opportunity to thank its sponsors for their support in ensuring that the Awards are a standout event: Joseph Ash, Kingspan, AJN Steelstock, Marley Eternit, and Steadmans. RIDBA would also like to thank Joseph Ash as the official drinks sponsor for the pre-Awards drinks reception, as well as Farming Monthly, official media partner for the RIDBA Building Awards 2019.

The shortlisted projects for the RIDBA Building Awards 2019 are:

Commercial:
Burns Pet Nutrition -
GLT & Son Roofing Services Ltd.
The Dojima Sake Brewery - M D Anthony Ltd.
Malpross Services 3A's Leisure - Shufflebottom Ltd
Primo Manufacturing / Challs International - A.C. Bacon Engineering Ltd.
Rora Dairy - Shand Building Design Limited
Timmins Engineering New HQ - Timmins Engineering & Construction Ltd.
The Tin Coo - Shand Building Design Limited

Industrial:
EA & M Tasker - Timmins Engineering & Construction Ltd.
Kingsley Beverage, Refrigeration Plant Building - M D Anthony Ltd.
Morrison Motors - Shand Building Design Limited
Shoreham Water Treatment Works - Industrial Building Solutions Limited
Travis Perkins Gowerton Road Canopies - United Products Ltd
Venison Lairage and Processing Facility - S&A Fabrications Ltd

Recreation and Leisure:
Casterley Barn - Industrial Building Solutions Limited
Folly Farm - Shufflebottom Ltd.
Garage - AJ Lowther and Son Ltd.
Hampton Court Flower Show 2018 - A.C. Bacon Engineering Ltd.
The Orangery, Rushton Hall - M D Anthony Ltd.
Saltburn Beach Huts - United Products

Residential
The Barns - M D Anthony Ltd.
Y House - M D Anthony Ltd.

Livestock:
Arden Farms - Timmins Engineering & Construction Ltd.
Cloffrickford - Shand Building Design Limited
Saxelbye Top Farm - S&A Fabrications Ltd.
University of Nottingham, Centre for Dairy Science Innovation - Haston Reynolds
Welburn Hall Farm Cattle Buildings - S&A Fabrications Ltd.

General Agricultural & Storage:
Dendoildrum Greenbed - Shand Building Design Limited
Hinton Lodge, Workshop & Biomass Building -
A.C. Bacon Engineering Ltd.
New Grain Store & Dryer for Buckminster Farms Ltd. - A.C. Bacon Engineering Ltd.

Public Services:
Cedar Hall - A.C. Bacon Engineering Ltd.
Chelmsford Ambulance Station - A.C. Bacon Engineering Ltd.
Rosecroft Primary School - A.C. Bacon Engineering Ltd.

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