The winners of the British Construction Industry Awards were formerly announced on 14th October at the prestigious Grosvenor House Hotel, where industry elite joined together for a night of recognition and celebration of the industry’s achievements.

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ProCure21+ has won in the Product Design Innovation – Building category, with their Repeatable Rooms: improving patient outcomes whilst reducing the cost of construction through standardisation initiative.

The Repeatable Rooms initiative was praised by Judges:

An amazing story of what collaboration can deliver in arguably the most challenging environment – Healthcare.

They have managed to put competition aside to deliver real value for patients, staff, and the economy – improving safety and delivering commercial value.

An evidence based approach has been taken at each step of the process – and involving all users (patients, staff – clinical and non-clinical, architects, engineers and contractors) to create wards that themselves deliver care.

Creating the environment that will deliver long term benefits and support each of us when we are at our most vulnerable.

This excellent work is in the open domain to allow benefits to be realised outside the direct scope of the contract and future healthcare projects will to continue to refine this approach, delivering even better healthcare buildings. 

This collaborative approach sets a new benchmark of what we can achieve together

With 18 targeted categories, the awards cover every aspect of construction from Building Design of the Year to Product Design Innovation Award.

BCI Awards 2015

The British Construction Industry Awards are the most admired and coveted awards in the construction industry. Now in its 28th year, the awards boast a panel of exceptional judges, leading industry recognition and unrivalled networking opportunities.

Mark Hansford, Editor, New Civil Engineer, said:

“This year’s winners are a truly outstanding bunch – having delivered projects procured in the depths of recession on time, on budget and to the delight of the end user. These awards really do showcase and rightly celebrate the best that the British construction can deliver when all parties work collaboratively and to a common end goal.” 

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