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Created with 5,000m

3

of concrete, enough to fill two Olympic-sized pools, the end

result is both visually and structurally stunning. From the piled foundations and

the facade panels to the superstructure and the freestanding, ribbon-like central

staircase, concrete is what defines this extraordinary building.

Nominated by

Hiscox UK

Owner

Hiscox UK

Consulting engineer

Arup

Architect

Make Architects

Contractor

BAMConstruction (North East)

Workspace design consultant

KKS Strategy

Reinforced concrete contractor GRKC

Precast panels

Hurks Precast

Brick supplier

Janinhoff Klinkermanufaktur

The Hiscox Building, York

The extension to theTateModern is the visualisation of an honest structure,

epitomisedby exposedprecast and in-situ concrete faces throughout the

completed structure.The primary visitor experience traverses frombasement to

roof via a series of feature concrete staircases, encompassing spiral, teardrop, and

ribbon designs.

Nominated by

Byrne Bros

Owner

Tate

Architect

Herzog & de Meuron

Structural engineer

Ramboll UK

Main contractor

Mace

Concrete frame contractor

Byrne Bros

Formwork designer and supplier Patterns and Moulds

Concrete supplier

LafargeTarmac

Heating and cooling specialist

Rehau

The Tate Modern Project, London

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