Triple victory for Bondholder architect

Architects, interior designers and landscape designers at Bondholder Maber are celebrating following a wave of victories for a number of awards.

The expansion into the West Midlands has been an exciting time for Maber. It has added another layer to our unique position within the education sector
— Steve Basran, Associate Director at Maber

First up, Steve Basran and Lee Smith collected the coveted Practice of the Year Award at the Insider West Midlands Property Awards 2015. Insider's Editor Kurt Jacobs praised all finalists saying the property market was 'back with a vengeance'. Maber has worked on some of the most important new educational projects in the region and this award recognises both the quality and quantity for these projects.

Maber's Andrew Purvis and Simon Graham also took home the BIM Project of 2015 runners up award from the Construction Computing Awards ceremony held in London. This award was presented for the collaborative work which saw the replacement of three large secondary schools as part of the Education Funding Agency school rebuilding programme.

Earlier this month, Maber also attended the ProCon Awards where the architecture and landscape design of a new £9.1 million college became a finalist for the Large Non-Residential Scheme of the Year Award. Maber's David Brooks, Joe Boyce and Ben Slipper attended the awards with Steve Fernie, from fellow Bondholder company Armsons, of whom has been involved in the scheme since the beginning.