Mount Pleasant project wins INTBAU Excellence award

Mount Pleasant project wins INTBAU Excellence award

calfordseaden’s Architect, Sustainability and Civil and Structural Engineering teams are delighted to have helped the Mount Pleasant Association, working with Create Streets, win the prestigious international 2016 INTBAU Excellence Award in the ‘Community Engagement’ category for our collective work at Mount Pleasant.

The INTBAU is an international network that promotes traditional building, architecture, the maintenance of local character and the creation of better places to live.

Chris Rainsford will represent calfordseaden at a reception at Clarence House on Thursday 17th November where he will meet INTBAU’s patron, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.

Special mention goes to Chris, Ben Hicks, Henry Lawrence (since retired) Richard Newman and Jacqui Clarke for their skill, professionalism and enthusiasm.