A CCG project has won a prestigious Royal Incorporation of Architects for Scotland (RIAS) Award.
Maryhill Locks Phase 4/ Loghgilp Street is one of just fourteen winners that celebrate exemplary design in new housing, education and healthcare facilities.
The RIAS Awards demonstrate the quality and breadth of architectural endeavour in Scotland. All types and sizes of architectural projects can win a RIAS Award, as the list of 2021 awards winners demonstrates. Buildings are assessed by an expert jury who look at each project’s architectural integrity, usability and context, delivery and execution, and sustainability.
The winners of the RIAS Awards will become the ‘longlist’ for the RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award. The shortlist for the 2021 Andrew Doolan Award will be announced on 30 September, with the winner announced on 30 November.
Maryhill Locks comprises a stunning range of 33 three-and-four-bedroom houses that form part of the Maryhill Locks Masterplan located just west of Glasgow City Centre. CCG delivered the project, as well as the previous phase, on behalf of Bigg Regeneration who took forward sales with Clyde Property in 2018 with sell-out status achieved in a matter of months.
Speaking about the awards, RIAS President Christina Gaiger PRAIS, praised the efforts of the industry over the last year.
She said: “The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of our built environment to individuals and communities, and the RIAS Awards are a moment to pause and celebrate the incredible difference that architects are making across the country. This year’s RIAS Awards demonstrate the critical role architecture can play – whether that is delivering better homes and public services, addressing climate change, celebrating our shared culture and heritage, or simply giving moments of real delight. There is a real breadth in this year’s clutch of RIAS Awards, and each of them is a very worthy winner.”
CCG send our congratulations to the project architect on receiving such a prestigious award. Congratulations JM Architects!
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