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Winning Wharf for Croft Goode and Morris Homes

25 April 2014

croft-goode awards winner

Architectural client, Croft Goode Architects Limited have won an award at the prestigious annual Building Excellence Awards 2014, sponsored by LABC.

The event, which took place on 4th April at the Reebok Stadium, focused on the best buildings in a variety of categories throughout the North West counties.

Croft Goode have won the award for the Best High Volume New Housing Development for their scheme with Morris Homes at Raymond Street, Chester.

David Croft, director of Croft Goode Architects, said: "This is a high-quality housing and commercial development in a waterfront location in one of England's oldest cities, so it was important for our design to take into account the architectural heritage of the area while introducing contemporary elements to give it a modern outlook. Being on a historic site meant an archaeological investigation was needed before work commenced, so it's been a complex and exciting project to be involved with." - See more at: http://www.placenorthwest.co.uk/news/archive/9708-tower-wharf-development-takes-shape.html#sthash.27irtsVj.dpuf

David Croft, director of Croft Goode Architects, told Place North West: "This is a high-quality housing and commercial development in a waterfront location in one of England's oldest cities, so it was important for our design to take into account the architectural heritage of the area while introducing contemporary elements to give it a modern outlook. Being on a historic site meant an archaeological investigation was needed before work commenced, so it's been a complex and exciting project to be involved with."

Croft Goode is an award-winning firm of chartered architects and urban designers, delivering an extensive range of specialist services to a diverse client-base.

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David Croft, director of Croft Goode Architects, said: "This is a high-quality housing and commercial development in a waterfront location in one of England's oldest cities, so it was important for our design to take into account the architectural heritage of the area while introducing contemporary elements to give it a modern outlook. Being on a historic site meant an archaeological investigation was needed before work commenced, so it's been a complex and exciting project to be involved with." - See more at: http://www.placenorthwest.co.uk/news/archive/9708-tower-wharf-development-takes-shape.html#sthash.27irtsVj.dpuf
David Croft, director of Croft Goode Architects, said: "This is a high-quality housing and commercial development in a waterfront location in one of England's oldest cities, so it was important for our design to take into account the architectural heritage of the area while introducing contemporary elements to give it a modern outlook. Being on a historic site meant an archaeological investigation was needed before work commenced, so it's been a complex and exciting project to be involved with." - See more at: http://www.placenorthwest.co.uk/news/archive/9708-tower-wharf-development-takes-shape.html#sthash.27irtsVj.dpuf
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