Looking forward to The Bricks 2019! 

The Bricks 2019 are fast approaching and we’re busy putting the final touches together to make the awards an event to remember.

On Thursday 24th October we’ll be at Illuminate at The Science Museum in London, celebrating the best in the house-building industry.

The Bricks recognises and rewards the exceptional work of developers, builders, contractors and housing associations who go the extra mile, regardless of size, to deliver quality in construction. Sites are judged on criteria such as:

  • Site management
  • Build quality
  • Compliance with technical standards
  • Customer service.

Thousands of developments were eligible at the start of the nomination process and we can’t wait to meet, greet and congratulate the shortlisted finalists to The Bricks.

Who will follow in the footsteps of last year’s 2-10 unit Development of the Year, Homes Guard Mews in Sussex, by Randall and Chisnall Construction Ltd? Which development will match or beat the standards set by High Grange Developments’ Keekle Meadows and Heritage Developments’ The Chasse in the 11-50 unit Development of the Year category?

As well as developments, The Bricks celebrates individuals who have shown a commitment to development and those behind the scenes who go above and beyond the call of duty to complete the job. These are our Unsung Hero and Rising Star awards that give recognition to those that ensure everything runs smoothly and demonstrate a willingness to learn and develop their expertise. 

Our partnership with Local Authorities is very important to us and The Bricks also recognises the Local Authority Building Control team that goes above and beyond in supporting the warranty scheme and ensuring our partnership is successful, in our Bricks & Mortar Partnership award.

Find out who’s in the running for 2019’s The Bricks Awards.

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Please Note: Every care was taken to ensure the information in this article was correct at the time of publication. Any written guidance provided does not replace the reader’s professional judgement and any construction project should comply with the relevant Building Regulations or applicable technical standards. However, for the most up to date LABC Warranty technical guidance please refer to your Risk Management Surveyor and the latest version of the LABC Warranty technical manual.



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