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RICS award winners in Wales revealed

The most inspirational built projects announced at the regional awards ceremony

Barmouth Metallic works

The winners of the RICS Awards 2024 in Wales have been revealed and some of the most impressive recent building projects from the local area are on the list.

The winning projects, which were announced at the regional ceremony in Sophia Gardens, Cardiff were judged across five categories; Residential Development, Community Benefit, Heritage, Public Sector, Refurbishment-Revitalisation.

The winning projects in Wales are:

  • The Interchange: Wood Street House – Residential Development
  • Barmouth Metallic works – Refurbishment/Revitalisation Project
  • Fitzalan High School – Public Sector Project
  • Penderyn Distillery & Visitor Centre, Hafod Copperworks – Heritage Project
  • CRT Hwb Cana – Community Benefit Project

The RICS Awards showcase the most inspirational initiatives and developments in land, real estate, construction and infrastructure. They recognise outstanding achievement, teamwork and companies.

The regional winners have now been shortlisted for the RICS Awards Grand Final, taking place in The Park Plaza Riverbank, London on Friday 4th October. Each project will compete at national level, with one of the national winning projects being awarded the ultimate accolade of Project of the Year.

The Interchange Wood Street House

Geraint Evans, Chair of the Wales RICS Awards judging panel, said: “These winning projects are a true testament to the hard work and dedication of industry professionals in Wales. The talent and collaborative approaches undertaken by the teams behind these projects have resulted in exemplary and innovative schemes that really do represent the very best built projects across Wales.

“RICS is delighted to recognise the hard work that went behind ensuring these projects were delivered successfully and I wish the winning projects the best of luck in the grand final later this year.”