Leeds Town Hall Roofing Project Wins at the CABE

The roof restoration project at Leeds Town Hall has won the Preservation and Conservation Award at this year’s Built Environment Awards, presented by the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE).

Leeds Town Hall was opened in 1858 by Queen Victoria and is now a Grade I listed heritage asset. Award Panel Chair, Lord John Lytton, noted that “this amazing roof restoration has preserved much of the historic building fabric of the roof. Its introduction of modern materials has sympathetically safeguarded the roof, and the building’s history, for decades to come. The team has overcome many technical and health and safety challenges in the delivery of this project, some of which were extremely specialised”.

All the winners and highly commended recipients of the Built Environment Awards have demonstrated that they are working on truly exceptional projects. Projects which are being constructed to the highest standards, ensuring that the building industry is delivering a safer and more sustainable future.

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