BSP Consulting is celebrating the news that a project the company was involved in has won a second award.
The Rural Housing Exception Scheme featuring 13 homes at St Helens Close, Brant Broughton, in Lincolnshire, has been named Residential Development of the Year at the Greater Lincolnshire Construction and Property Awards 2018.
In October, it won the Residential Award at the East Midlands fbe Awards 2017.
BSP provided the engineering services for the £1.4 million development, which had a project team involving Waterloo Housing, contractor GEDA and architects Halsall Lloyd Partnership.
BSP director Carl Hilton said: “We are very proud to have been a part of this scheme, which has brought much-needed housing to Brant Broughton. It was great when the project won at the East Midlands fbe Awards, and everyone at BSP is delighted to hear that it has been successful for a second time. Congratulations to the whole team involved.”
The Greater Lincolnshire Construction and Property Awards 2018 ceremony took place at The Engine Shed in Lincoln on 6th February.
BSP was also a finalist, jointly with Jessops Construction, in the Development Project of the Year (over £5 million) for a two-phased project in Skegness involving creating a new home for Skegness Town Football Club, Skegness Sports Association, Skegness Rugby Club and Skegness Imps FC, as well as providing an Aldi, Marks & Spencer, B&M Home Store, and Pets at Home in a new retail scheme.