Woods Bagot takes out top UK Award.
June 16th, 2009
Architectural firm Woods Bagot has been named as Architect Journal’s (AJ100) International Practice of the Year.
The awards, organised by The Architect’s Journal, aim to recognise the UK’s top 100 architectural practices.
Ross Donaldson, Group Managing Director of Woods Bagot says the award shows the company is “well on its way” to achieving its goal of being a global leader in design and consulting by 2010.
“Woods Bagot has dared to be different; developing a global network of studios in five regions that sets us apart. This innovative structure has resulted in the creation of a super-niche global service, unique to the firm,” Donaldson says.
With over 150 architects and 600 staff across Abu Dhabi, Adelaide, Bahrain, Bangkok, San Francisco and New York, the firm was noted for a commitment to global excellence.
Recent major projects include the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention centre and the Qatar Science and Technology Park.
“We will continue to strive to produce the best results for our clients and we look forward to continuing our progress on a global scale.”
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