2018 Offsite Awards - Winner of Winners, Project Capella
4 Apr 2018
With over 200 exemplary entries packed full of pioneering projects, innovative products and inspirational people - this year’s independent panel of judges had an onerous job selecting the winners.
The Best Use of Concrete Technology and the prestigious ‘Winner of Winners’ Award, which is given for the highest scoring entry across all categories - were presented to PCE for Project Capella - an £80m 18,000m2 biomedical research laboratory for the University of Cambridge.
09:00 - 15:40
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