Scott Brownrigg are skilled at creating inspiring learning environments that help to enrich lives. Reaffirming our recent work within the Education sector, we have been awarded Architectural Practice of the Year at the Education Estates Awards.
The awards celebrate excellence and achievement in education. They were held on 15 October 2019, and serve as a key event at the two-day Education Estates conference in Manchester.
The win reflects a highly successful year for our Education sector. With projects across the learning spectrum from state schools realised through government investment programmes, schools designed and delivered directly for Local Authorities and multi-academy trusts, projects for further education colleges, universities and independent schools, both in the UK and internationally.
“This award acknowledges our many achievements in the design and delivery of inspiring and innovative learning environments. It reflects not only the dedication and talent of our team, but also the creativity and vision of our clients.”
Ian Pratt, Education Director
The award complemented our busy programme at Education Estates. Activity included: Education Director Ian Pratt’s participation in the panel discussion: ‘Do you think that student accommodation environments have an important role to play in student wellbeing?’, Director of Practice Helen Taylor’s presentation ‘Are we afraid to build tall schools?’ and Director Jon James’ introduction to staff and students from London Design and Engineering UTC.