The Bridge of Sundsvall received the ECCS European Steel Design Award 2015, awarded in Istanbul on the 15th of September.
The European Steel Design Awards are given by ECCS every two years to encourage the creative and outstanding use of steel in architecture and construction in Europe.
The Bridge of Sundsvall has also been shortlisted in this year’s World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards in the category ”Transport – Completed Buildings”.
All finalist projects will be showcased at WAF London on 24th-27th of June, in conjunction with the London Festival of Architecture. The World Architecture Festival is the world’s largest international architectural event. It includes the biggest architectural awards programme in the world, dedicated to celebrating excellence via live presentations to delegates and international juries.
The winning project will be announced on November 6th at the WAF Gala Dinner in Singapore.
Together with Ramboll we take part in the design competition for a new road, pedestrian and bicycle bridge between ‘Enghave Brygge’ and ‘Teglholmen’, over ‘Frederiksholmsløbet’. This connection will become an artery of traffic flow through the new development area in the South Harbour of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Masnedsund Railway Bridge
Together with Cowi and Aarsleff we are participating in the design, planning and execution competition for civil and construction works concerning the E3005 New Railway Bridge Masnedsund. This work is in connection with the upgrading of the railway line between Ringsted and Holeby in the geographic area of southern Zealand and Lolland – Falster, Denmark.
In April 2015 started the assessment process for the Kasper Salin Award. Henrik Rundquist is part of this year’s Kasper Salin Jury.
The Kasper Salin Award is granted annually by the Swedish Association of Architects to a Swedish construction or group of buildings of high architectural class. It is considered the most prestigious of its kind in Sweden. The winner will be announced on November 19, during the Architecture Awards in Stockholm.