Banbridge CTCC Wins RIBA National Award!

When the Banbridge Community Treatment & Care Centre won the Northern Ireland RIBA Award 2016, it was automatically entered into the final stages of the RIBA National Awards. We are pleased to announce that the Banbridge CTCC has also won the National RIBA Award!

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An RIBA Award is recognised internationally as one of the most prestigious architectural awards, this being the third time that a project Michael Nugent Ltd provided services for has been given the award. As a winner of the National award, Banbridge CTCC will now be considered for the 2016 Stirling Prize, which is presented to the building that has made the greatest contribution to the evolution of architecture over the past year.

‘Providing clinical accommodation for community outpatient treatment, activity and therapy spaces for adult day-care and serving as an administrative centre for Trust healthcare in a single, well-planned complex, the new building serves as a model of excellence in the unified provision of primary and community care in the public sector.’ – Architecture.com

 

(Photo courtesy of Donal McCann Photography – donalmccann.com)