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Shortlisted for 3 Awards


Hensington Farm, Banbury Road, Woodstock has been shortlisted for three LABC Building Excellence Awards 2014, Central Region. Best Change of Use of an Existing Building or Conversion, Best High Volume New Housing Development and Best Social or Affordable New Housing, The Awards evening will be on Friday 16th May at Jurys Inn, Milton Keynes.

All winning projects of the regional qualifiers will automatically be shortlisted for the LABC FInals, which will take place in London on Tuesday 11th Novemeber.

Refer to the project page for more photos and project info

The winning team!
B4 Magazine hosted the 'Battle of The Business Minds 2014' Quiz at Heythrop Park on Thursday 20th March. Gray Baynes + Shew entered a team of 3 Architects and a Structural Engineer. The evening consisted of 6 rounds of General Knowledge Questions, one practical round and on the buzzer head to head. Well done to Robin...
Ultrasound - Horton Hospital
Ultrasound is underway
Work has begun at the Ultrasound Department at the Horton Hospital in Banbury. With the re-arrangement of the reception and admin facilities, two larger Ultrasound Rooms and a waiting room will be created, along with a small extension within an existing courtyard which will provide 2 curtained bed waiting bays, for...
Highfield Adolescent Unit, Oxford
Highfield Adolescent Unit, Oxford
The Highfield Adolescent Mental Health Unit was constructed on a green field site at the Warneford Hospital in Headington, Oxford. It provides in-patient and day patient services for children aged between 13 and 18 and has eighteen en-suite bedrooms, extensive day spaces and therapeutic areas, as well as a teaching...
GBS and the Oxford Beer Festival
Associate Matthew Bullock, a past chairman of Oxford CAMRA, was again a central figure in the organisation of the 16th Oxford Beer Festival. This year being no exception gbs invited colleagues and clients to the first evening of the festival. An excellent range of 140 beers were available to taste. The only difficulty...