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SUPREME WINNER

This award is made to the project considered to be the best overall. Each of the category winners, with the exception of the Worldwide Brick Award winner, is automatically entered.

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BEST COMMERCIAL BUILDING

This award is for all types of commercial building – offices, retail or leisure schemes, industrial buildings or mixed-use developments.

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VOLUME HOUSEBUILDING AWARD

This award is aimed at volume house builders who have made extensive use of brick in their schemes. Entrants must submit a portfolio of three projects that showcase interesting and varied uses of brickwork on a diverse range of their developments.

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SPECIALIST BRICKWORK CONTRACTOR OF THE YEAR

This category rewards the brickwork contractor for his contribution to the industry. Judges will look for achievement in training and investment and/or health and safety. Entrants need to explain (on a separate sheet) just why they feel they deserve the Award and must also include excellent photography that conveys the quality of their work. Entrants must also complete the special section on the entry form.

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INNOVATIVE USE OF BRICK AND CLAY PRODUCTS

This award is for any building or civil engineering project that displays a particularly innovative use of brick. For example, the project might exhibit a pioneering structural solution, or use brick in a clever way to improve its sustainability. Modular clay walling or clay rainscreens are eligible. Other types of innovation could include projects that have employed brick pre-fabrication or gluing techniques. Be sure to spell out why the project is so special, and the role brick played in it.

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BEST REFURBISHMENT AND RENOVATION PROJECT

This award is for all refurbishment projects where brick makes a major contribution. Please provide, if appropriate, good “before” and “after” photographs.

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BEST PUBLIC BUILDING

This award is for all types of public buildings (except housing). To qualify, projects must have been funded by public or lottery money. PFI schemes are also included.

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BEST OUTDOOR SPACE

This award is for the use of clay bricks and clay pavers in hard landscape design schemes. These may be urban, garden, amenity or leisure applications. Innovative design features that use brick in a sculptural way are also eligible.

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BEST INTERNATIONAL PROJECT

This Award is for projects sited in locations outside the UK using products of BDA Member companies manufactured in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland and for projects sited in the UK using products that aren’t from BDA members and have been manufactured from outside the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Design, craftsmanship and contribution to exports will all be considered. The winner of this category will not be eligible for the BDA Supreme Award.

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BEST HOUSING DEVELOPMENT – 6 TO 25 UNITS

This award is for any type of new-build private or public sector accommodation, six to twenty-five units in size. Housing developments and flats are all eligible. Schemes that form part of a larger mixed-use project can also be entered.

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