A highlight for the awards season, the ceremony “showcases boundless creativity from unsung maestros to industry heavyweights” and is open to all architects, engineers, and graphic, interior and digital designers.
North Gate, a multi-prize-winning project consisting of 31 units comprising of 1 and 2-bedroom flats for social rent, received the GOLD award for Affordable Housing. Led by CCG (Scotland) on behalf of New Gorbals Housing Association, the project was designed by Page Park Architects and forms part of the 30-year regeneration of Crown Street in the southside of Glasgow.
Arc-Tech supported its delivery with Renewable Services and the installation of 75 solar PV panels. The project is one of two Arc-Tech has helped deliver on Crown Street after having provided a turnkey M&E Services package for the NGHA Office building which was formally opened in 2019.
Queens Quay also claimed a SILVER award in the Regeneration category. The 146-home development forms part of the large-scale, mixed-use regeneration of the former John Brown Shipyard in Clydebank and was delivered by CCG (Scotland) on behalf of Loretto, a member of Wheatley Group; West Dunbartonshire Council and Clydebank Housing Association.
Arc-Tech was responsible for installing Heat Interface Units (HIUs) within each dwelling. The units transfer energy from a heating network to the individual home and provide heating and hot water services. In the case of Queens Quay, the district heating network is one of the UK’s most innovative with an on-site energy centre, integrated with a combined Water Source Heat Pump (WSHP) System, used to power the Queens Quay masterplan as well as the wider township of Clydebank.
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