Croft Architecture wins two awards for its work on school projects

Story from the Sentinel, Stoke-on-Trent.

HONOUR: Building control officials have handed Croft Architecture two awards for its work on school projects in Staffordshire.

The Stafford practice was recognised at the Staffordshire and Shropshire Building Control Awards, picking up prizes in the Best Local Authority Building Control Partnership Project section and Best Educational Project category, along with Fords of Blythe Bridge.

David Roberts, principal building control surveyor for Stafford, said: “We have an excellent working relationship with the practice and the building regulation schemes that we receive from Croft Architecture are always of the highest standard of presentation, technical specification and clarity.”

Practice director Carl Croft said: “We pride ourselves on our quality standards and attention to detail and it was good to have this recognised at the Building Control Awards.”

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