Ancon Sponsors 2012 Brick Awards
Ancon is delighted to sponsor the ‘Innovative Use of Brick and Clay Products’ category at the 2012 Brick Awards. This award recognises building or civil engineering projects that display a particularly innovative use of brick.
West Hampsted Station, London by Landolt + Browns
Other shortlisted entries in this category were:
- Chelthams School of Music, Manchester by Roger Stephenson Architects
- Four Oaks, Wiltshire by ZMMA
- Parthenia Road, London by Mcbriar Architecture Ltd
- Prototypes for poor security, London by Blue Gate Studio
The annual Brick Awards, now in its 35th year, is one of the longest established and widely respected design awards in the UK. Hosted by the Brick Development Association, fifteen awards were issued to exemplary projects showcasing excellence in design and construction using brick.
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From January 1st 2021, the UK will recognise both the EU CE marking approvals, for a time limited period, and the new UK based approval system, which will be known as the UKCA mark. The EU will only recognise CE marking by EU notified bodies as proof of efficacy moving forwards. Leviat has been working closely with both EU notified and UK approved bodies to ensure compliance is achieved at the earliest possible opportunity and we can confirm that we have obtained all relevant certification.