Cambridge Science Park Bio-Hub has been shortlisted for Commercial Building in the Schueco Excellence Awards 2019. Now in their sixth year, the awards are judged on innovation, technical expertise and collaboration, and celebrate the skills of architects and specialist contractors.
This follows the completion of plots 22 and 25 earlier this spring. The £65 million scheme incorporates a group of exemplary buildings – plots 22, 25 and 26, to reinforce Cambridge Science Park’s status as a world-leading technology and science centre and the oldest of its type in the UK.
The 2019 jury members include Paul Williams of Stanton Williams, Julia Barfield of Marks Barfield, Neil Dusheiko of Neil Dusheiko Architects, Steve Mudie of Alinea Consulting, Paul Savidge of Wintech and Clare Wright of Wright & Wright.
Winners will be announced at an awards lunch on 27th June 2019. The chosen projects will also be featured in a special supplement of Architecture Today.
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