UK-based projects intended for use within primary, secondary, further or higher education may be entered into this category. This does not include student accommodation, which may be eligible in the housing categories.

To be eligible, projects must have been completed within the last two years, and substantially use BDA-member bricks.

Last year’s winning project was commended for its approach to creating versatile teaching space, as well as for its care and liaison with the manufacturer and contractor, to ensure exceptional material specification and quality of finish.

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This year the Education Award is sponsored by Forterra.

Forterra is a leading UK manufacturer of a diverse range of trusted clay and concrete building products. Its clay brick range combines history and innovation with brands such as the original London Brick, Butterley, Ecostock and Cradley - products that have been used in the building of more than a quarter of the nation’s homes and some of its most iconic buildings.
Forterra operates nine brick manufacturing facilities in the UK with an annual production capacity of approximately 570 million bricks.