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PM's Award winners and finalists

New Stobhill Hospital in Glasgow, designed by Reiach and Hall Architects, won the 2010 Prime Minister’s Better Public Building Award.

The hospital is the first dedicated ambulatory care and diagnostic facility in Scotland and is delivering health care in a whole new way.

The judges said: ‘New Stobhill Hospital displays an incredibly high level of design built to a very high standard. A strong and knowledgeable client knew what she wanted and how to drive change in the way the hospital did things, and communicated clearly with the architect and contractor throughout.’

CABE chief executive Richard Simmons added: ‘New Stobhill Hospital shows the enormous value of investing in high-quality design.’

Read the press release for more information.

Previous winners

2009 winner
Joseph Chamberlain Sixth Form College
Birmingham

Joseph Chamberlain Sixth Form College

"This sixth-form college serving inner-city Birmingham has high-quality landscaped courtyards and a quality of construction to match."

2008 winner
Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital
Brighton, East Sussex

Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital, Brighton, East Sussex

"The hospital adds the right touch of gaiety to both the children's experience and the Brighton seafront."

2007 winner
Dalby Forest Visitor Centre
North Yorkshire

Dalby Forest Visitor Centre

"The client had the vision to maximise sustainability in creating the building - and then to use it as an educational example for all visitors."

2006 winner
City of London Academy
London

City of London Academy

"Partnering between contractor and design team produced a strong building which benefited from nearly two years of preparation."

2005 winner
Jubilee Library
Brighton

Jubilee Library, Brighton

"This PFI project has given Brighton a long-awaited facility which has been designed and delivered with great flair."

2004 winner
A650 Bingley Relief Road
Yorkshire

A650 Bingley Relief Road

"An excellent job was done in terms of public consultation – with exhibitions, neighbourhood forums and a project website all playing their part."

2003 winner
Bournemouth Library
Bournemouth

Bournemouth Library

"At night, an airy atmosphere is created in a robust piece of architecture."

2002 winner
City Learning Centre
Bristol

A650 Bingley Relief Road

"Crisp, light, airy and staggering value for money, the City Learning Centre was completed to a tight programme – 10 months from conception to completion."

2001 winner
Tate Modern
London

Tate Modern
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