We were delighted to attend the Norfolk Constructing Excellence awards this year where we won two awards for our work on the National Trust owned Oxburgh Hall. It was a privilege to receive awards for Project of the Year and Excellence in Innovation.
The awards were testament to the amount of hard work and brilliance which surrounds us in this industry. It was an absolute delight to see so many projects that we have supported with our civil and structural engineering services recognised for their own achievements.
We also worked on two further projects that won awards including:
Residential Project of the Year was won by RG Carter for their work on the Canary Quay project. A well-deserved award for the delivery of 323 apartments on the River Wensum in the city centre. Rossi Long were involved in this development for over 10 years initially supporting the client with essential strategic pre-planning services and subsequently the civil and structural engineering consultancy services for the development.
Excellence in Collaboration was also won by RG Carter for their work on Swallowtail Place in Acle. The re-development of existing land has provided a 58-apartment living scheme situated between Norwich and Great Yarmouth for the over 55’s. The scheme empowers older people to continue to live independently and has built a community within a community. The apartments consist of one- and two-bedroom self-contained homes with communal spaces. Allowing residents to live independently but with the added reassurance of a care team on site at all times. Rossi Long worked collaboratively with Saffron Housing and RG Carter providing civil and structural engineering services from the early stages of conception through to project completion.