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2020 Winners

The 2020 CIBSE Building Performance Awards winners were announced at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel on Tuesday 11 February in London. Please see all winners below:

Building Performance Engineer of the Year
Sponsored by: Ideal Commercial Boilers

Tom Hopton, Associate - BuroHappold Engineering
 

Collaboration  
Sponsored by: Lochinvar

ESFA School Building Framework Project - Bowmer + Kirkland (B+K)/Integrated Environmental Solutions (IES)

 

Learning and Development

HVAC Centre of Excellence - Air Conditioning and Mechanical Contractors' Association and Holmesglen
 


Facilities Management
Sponsored by: Gratte Brothers

Yale-NUS College
 


Product or Innovation - Thermal Comfort

Hysopt HVAC Design and Optimisation Software - Hysopt

 

Product or Innovation - Wellbeing
Sponsored by: Tamlite Lighting

arbn well - arbnco

 

Project of the Year - Public Use

The Engine Shed, Scotland's Building Conservation Centre - Max Fordham

 

Project of the Year - Commercial/Industrial
Sponsored by: Hattersley

Institute of Physics - AECOM

 

Project of the Year – International
Sponsored by: CIBSE Patrons 

Mason Bros., Auckland, New Zealand - Mott MacDonald

 

Project of the Year – Retrofit
 
Bartlett School of Architecture, 22 Gordon Street - BuroHappold Engineering

 

Project of the Year – Residential
Sponsored by: Titon Hardware 

Agar Grove Estate Regeneration - Phase 1A - Max Fordham

 

Building Performance Consultancy (up to 50 employees)
Sponsored by: Rinnai UK

Noel Lawler Green Energy Solutions

 

Building Performance Consultancy (51–300 employees)
Sponsored by: Imtech

Elementa Consulting

 

Building Performance Consultancy (over 300 employees)
Sponsored by: ABB

BuroHappold Engineering

 

Building Performance Champion
Sponsored by: Baxi Heating 

The Engine Shed, Scotland's Building Conservation Centre - Max Fordham