Structural Timber Awards 2022

Structural Timber Awards 2022

ARTICLE · Structural Timber Awards · 13 April 2022

A Look Back at Outstanding Projects, Innovative Products and Dynamic People – Promoting Excellence in Structural Timber across the UK

Featuring compelling examples of what can be achieved using the most natural and sustainable of materials, the 2022 Structural Timber Awards will be a celebration of not only outstanding projects and inspiring individuals, but the coming together of an industry.

Construction professionals are once again invited to congregate at this prestigious awards ceremony on 12 October 2022 at the National Conference Centre, Birmingham – to celebrate architectural achievements and engineering ingenuity in timber construction.

Are you looking to enter before 10 June 2022? Take a look at last year’s winners to see the great company you will be joining as Structural Timber Awards Winners!

The winners from 2015 – 2021 can all be found on the Structural Timber Awards website, click here to view all the previous Structural Timber Awards winners.

Three of our previous winners can be seen via the images below.

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Architect: Niall McLaughlin Architects

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Architect: Ian Chalk Architects

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Architect: SNUG Homes Limited

Who will be the winners this year? The 2022 entry platform is now OPEN – Make sure you enter your projects before 10 June! For more information on the categories, click here.

With 17 categories available to enter at the 2022 Structural Timber Awards, we have ensured our Judging Panel is full of leading figures within the Timber Industry. Our panel will judge your entries using a strict and confidential marking system. This will leave us with our Award winner, and depending on how close the competition was – a ‘Highly Commended’. The top submissions for each category will make it to our shortlist.

Click here to enter this year’s competition.

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