Since 1987, we’ve been involved in some of the most challenging timber-framed buildings in the UK and overseas. Collaborating with our clients, architects, engineers and designers, our expert knowledge and skill has led to many award-winning projects that feature a Carpenter Oak frame, including multiple regional and national RIBA Awards, three consecutive Build It Awards for Best Oak Frame and the Stirling Prize.
From residential projects large and small to builds in the commercial sector, the national and international awards that have followed are highly prized throughout the team and act not only as a reward for ingenuity and hard work, but help to inspire us forward.
2020 – International Federation of Consulting Engineers, Project of the Year, British Normandy Memorial.
2019 – Devon Historic Buildings Trust Conservation Award, Sparkwell, Devon.
2019 – New London Architecture Awards, Wellbeing Award, Noah’s Ark, Barnet, London.
2019 – RIBA Regional Award, Built Private House, Miall House, Alvechurch, Worcestershire.
2019 – International Design & Architecture Awards, The Studio, Wiltshire.
2018 – LABC Awards, Best Extension, Leeming Farm, Cumbria.
2018 – London and National RIBA Award, Brixton Department Store, London.
2017 – 3 Regional, 1 National RIBA Award, Wolfson Tree Management Centre, Gloucestershire.
2016 – Build It Award, Best Oak Frame, Hart House, Surrey.
2016 – Build It Award, Best Self Build, Higham-Findlow, Cheshire.
2015 – Build It Award, Best Oak Frame Home, Spillane, Northamptonshire.
2015 – RICS North East Award, Tourism and Leisure category, Hexham Abbey, Northumberland.
2014 – Build It Award, Best Oak Frame Home, West Yard Farm, Devon.
2013 – RIBA Regional Award, Cranham Lodge, Gloucestershire.
2012 – LABC Awards, Best Community Projects and Winner of Winners, Penistone Market, Yorkshire.
2012 – Build It Award – Best SIPs Home, Orchard House, Devon.
2012 – Homebuilding & Renovating Awards, Best Timber Frame House, Allies Farm, Essex.
2011 – Roses Design Award Gold Winner, Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Ayr.
2009 – RIBA GAI Sustainability Award, Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park HQ, Scotland.
2008, RIBA Stirling Prize, Best Building by a British Architect, Accordia, Cambridgeshire.
2007 – Wood Awards, Best Use of Timber Frame, Chiddingstone Orangery, Kent.
2005 – RIBA Award, Maggie’s Centre, Inverness.
2005 – RIAS Andrew Dolan Award, Maggie’s Centre, Inverness.
2003 – Wood Award, David Douglas Pavillion, Pitlochry, Scotland.
2002 – RIBA National Award, The Earth Centre, Doncaster.