Ingleton Wood, a Colchester property and construction consultancy, has won multiple gongs at the 2024 Civic Trust Awards.

The company's projects, Camden Roundhouse Works and Oasis Academy Silvertown, received recognition for their architectural excellence, sustainability, and community impact.

Camden Roundhouse Works, a hub for talent development among 18-30-year-olds, clinched the Special Award for Community Impact & Engagement and National Project of the Year.

The project, located near Camden Town, also achieved the coveted BREEAM 'Excellent' accreditation for its sustainability efforts, a service provided by Ingleton Wood.

Wes Henderson, director of engineering at Ingleton Wood’s Colchester office, said: "We’re delighted to see the Roundhouse Works project gain the recognition it deserves at the Civic Trust Awards.

"The project not only provides an essential space to help young people develop and learn new skills in a creative space, but through achieving BREEAM Excellent certification, the building truly has sustainability at its heart."

The Civic Trust Awards, held on March 22 at The Concorde Conference Centre, Altrincham, attracted more than 320 entries from across the UK and abroad.

Ingleton Wood offers various services, including architecture, sustainability, planning, interior design, civil and structural engineering, quantity surveying, project management, and health and safety.