The winners of the Built in Quality Awards picked up their accolades at the Celebrating Construction 2005 event at the NEC last night.
Joanne Malin compered along with the Birmingham City Council's building consultancy team and the Chartered Institute of Building.
The full results were: Apartment and Residential - Linford Group for Cala Homes' Broadway Plaza; Concept Solutions for Sapphire Heights; Leasemethod for Station Street.
Commercial - Weaver for the Afro-Caribbean Millennium Centre; Core Contracts for Mint Restaurant; Miller Construction for 134-138 Edmund Street.
Conservation - Logmoor for 220 and 222 Mary Vale Road and 136 and 138 Linden Road; William Sapcote & Sons for the Back to Backs.
Domestic - Westbury Homes for the White House; Brendallen Construction for 35 Knighton Road; Finnegan Building Contractors for 51 Hawthorn Road. Education - Balfour Beatty Construction for South Birmingham College; Morrison Construction Services for the Henry Wellcome Building for Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy; Chase Norton Construction for Edgbaston High School for Girls; Hall and Nursery.
Health and Social Care - Thomas Vale Construction for 260 Reservoir Road; Stradform Midlands for Jakeman Early Years Centre; Costain for Castle Vale Primary Care and Resource Centre. Partnership - the Pel Group for House of Fraser, Croydon Centrale.
Volume Housing - William Davis for Phase 1, Wychall Farm; Avebury Direct for Brandwood End Phase 1.
Demolition Small - City Demolition Contractors for 84-86 Bayston Road and 42-52 Broad Lane.
Demolition Medium - City Demolition Contractors for 28-58 Berrington Walk. Special Recognition - Coleman & Company for Attwood Green.