CONGRATULATIONS to the 2024 Best Mixed-Use or Commercial Tall Building Project Finalists.

This award recognises commercial or mixed-use tall buildings that use advanced building technologies, materials and methods to provide strong structural solutions, reduce environmental impact and encourage collaborative working. Entries must have demonstrated a clear methodology to construct a sustainable, energy-efficient, multi-storey building. Project teams must have worked collaboratively to achieve the client’s corporate vision while demonstrating cost predictability, economy, accuracy, speed of installation and principles of lean manufacture.

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EPR Architects – Longley Place

EPR’s redevelopment of the former Longley Industrial Estate provides a new architectural typology for the build-to-rent sector; a multi-use building comprising 209 BTR apartments, also known as York & Elder, alongside 33,000 sq ft of co-working office space which supports Brighton’s creative community. Achieving BREEAM Excellent and residential HQM Level 4, Longley Place offers excellent resident amenities, including three rooftop gardens, a gym, lounge areas and a private dining room.

Ove Arup and Partners – 8 Bishopsgate

8 Bishopsgate is a distinctive addition to the City of London’s skyline for Stanhope & Mitsubishi Estate. The building is characterised by its attention to detail, holistic approach to sustainability, and rigorous integration of structure and services into the overarching architectural vision. Conceptually, the building challenges the traditional tower by breaking the massing into smaller blocks, allowing the tower form to address the site constraints and bring human scale to the building.

PCE – Assembly C

Assembly C is an eye-catching structure located on the banks of the River Avon. Delivered using PCE’s HybriDfMA Frame system build solution, Assembly C combines aesthetics with sustainability. Designed and delivered using Modern Methods of Construction, the 14-storey hybrid structure provides 93,000sq.ft of revitalised workspace, energising Bristol’s city skyline with an impressive structure that epitomises modern and sustainable DfMA construction.

Rockwell – Vetro

Positioned at the gateway to Canary Wharf, Vetro is a mixed-use development by Rockwell, comprising 68 new homes with commanding views of the Capital, alongside a 400-bedroom hotel. For 10 years, 82 West India Dock Road was a derelict, disused and dangerous location that the local community had avoided. Rockwell’s regeneration project at Vetro has completely transformed this location, anchoring the local area with new homes, jobs, and investment, promising a better future for the community.

Schueco International – Hale Works

In the thriving Hale Village eco district is Hale Works, a new landmark development by architects Hawkins Brown. The industrial past of Tottenham Hale meets its exciting future – where community meets creativity. Sitting moments away from the tranquil waterways of the River Lee in one of North London’s most innovative new neighbourhoods, Hale Works offers the best of contemporary urban living in a setting to inspire and rejuvenate.


2020: Peter Dann Consulting Engineers for Wood Wharf B2 – Canary Wharf

2022: Horden Cherry Lee Architects for HYLO