The exciting awards programme recognises construction projects that exemplify excellence in sustainability through their products, design and delivery. Submissions are judged by members of the ASBP Board, who have expertise from across the construction industry, and assessed against the ASBP’s “Six Pillars of Sustainable Construction”.
Last year’s awards
Our inaugural awards were a huge success with the judges finding the assessment process to be truly inspiring. Thank you to all those that submitted a project. The six shortlisted projects are featured as case studies on the ASBP website, or can be seen below.
The shortlisting process last year was extraordinarily difficult due to the exceptional quality of the projects entered. We look forward to hearing about many more inspiring, sustainable building projects submitted for the ASBP Awards 2020.”
Gary Newman, Executive Chair, Alliance for Sustainable Building Products
I would like to express my gratitude to the ASBP for all the hard work they do in defining what sustainable construction could and should be. Given the love and effort that I have put into my retrofit project it meant a lot to me (and my family) to win an ASBP Award.”
Harry Paticas, Arboreal Architecture and ASBP Awards 2019 People’s Prize and Overall Winner for Bowman’s Lea
ASBP Awards 2020
This year, the ASBP Awards judges are again looking for exemplary sustainable building projects that excel across the “Six Pillars”, with a particular focus on:
- Building products – Particular products essential to the success of the project, with evidence of their performance.
- Measured performance – Measured performance data for the project and explanation of what the results show.
- Lessons learned – Lessons learned from the project and what could be done differently.
- Replicability/buildability – Design and construction approaches utilised on the project that have potential for replicability and adoption at scale.
The ASBP Awards 2020 are free to enter and open to construction projects, both new-build and retrofit, from across the UK built environment sector that were completed by July 2019. Interested entrants can see full entry criteria, FAQs and submit their project for free until 30th September 2019 via the ASBP website.
Judging will take place in October 2019 with the shortlisted projects being announced in November 2019. Shortlisted entrants will be invited to present at the ASBP’s 4th Healthy Buildings Conference and Expo, which is set to take place on Thursday 27th February 2020 at Amnesty International’s HQ in London.
“Our inaugural awards were a great success and we’d like to thank Cleveland Steel and Tubes, Steico, Thermafleece and UK Hempcrete for supporting the ASBP Awards again this year.”
Richard Broad, ASBP Awards Coordinator, Alliance for Sustainable Building Products