Date 25 Jul 2022
Four Galliford Try and Morrison Construction projects have been shortlisted for this year's Education Estates Awards event
The awards are part of the 10th annual Education Estates event, the leading exhibition and conference for the education sector, partnered by the Department for Education.
Galliford Try has been shortlisted in the following categories: University Project of the Year for The Exchange Birmingham; School Project of the Year for Queen Elizabeth High and Hexham Middle Schools; Inspiring Learning Spaces for Castlebrae Community Campus and Pupil/ Student Experience, for Castlebrae and Queensferry High School.
Claire Jackson, Education Director for Galliford Try, said: “The expertise of our teams across schools and higher education buildings have created high-quality learning environments for students and staff throughout the country. We are delighted to have these projects recognised at the awards and look forward to taking part in the Education Estates event in October.”
The winners will be announced in Manchester on 18 October.