[15/08/12] The recently completed Clapham Library, which is part of the Clapham One development in South West London, has won the Culture and Community category at the 2012 New London Awards. The awards are organised by London’s Centre for the Built Environment and recognise the best projects in the capital in terms of architecture, planning and development.
Leading multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy, Hilson Moran was appointed as the Building Services engineers for Clapham One, preparing the design concept, performance design and energy strategy for the library. The company was also involved in the adjacent medical centre and residential apartments.
Clapham One is a seven-time award-winning £80 million mixed-use regeneration scheme on Clapham High Street. The Public Private Partnership between Cathedral Group, United House and the London Borough of Lambeth will give the local community a brand-new, highly sustainable leisure centre, a state-of-the-art public library, a medical centre and high-quality residential accommodation, which will include 44 affordable homes for Notting Hill Housing.
Kevin Willoughby, Associate at Hilson Moran said: “We are proud to have worked alongside Cathedral Group and to be a part of the project team that is helping to deliver such fantastic, state-of-the-art community facilities that can be used by all.”
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