Here is a list of awards I have received for my work in sustainable architecture. Some of these projects (highlighted in blue) can be viewed in the portfolio section of this site.

Scolton Manor

The building has gained a CWW award in 1995 and a Prince of Wales Award 1994

Wetlands and Wild Fowl Trust – Visitor Centre Gateway Hide Bridge at Llanelli Millennium Coastal Park.

The buildings have won a number of awards including a Forestry commission Award for the use of Welsh timber
See: Architects Journal issue dated 8th February 2001

Ffald y Brenin, Christian Retreat Centre

A prince of Wales award gained for this project in 1989

Dyfi Eco Park at Machynlleth award plaques. Architect Julian Bishop

Dyfi Eco Park

All monitoring was commissioned by the clients, The DBRW, now WDA. The buildings each scored maximum ‘excellent’ points under BE’s BREEAM 5/93.Davis Langdon Everest (0207 497 9000) undertook life cycle embodied energy analysis and Unit One was described as having the lowest embodied energy of any new building that they had studied anywhere in the world.The scheme has won a number of awards, including the National Eisteddfod Plaque of Merit for Architecture and Green Acorn Awards from the AECB.

For further information see: The Architects Journal issue dated 20 February 1997