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The Stirling Prize contender at Limerick University.
25 February 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
At Euro1,220 (just over £1,000) per square metre, the new development at Limerick University challenges the view that using natural stone has to be expensive. Yet the project was considered...
Competitor Joseph Nelson at work during SkillBuild.
24 February 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Alastair Mason, 28, from Dorset has won the Gold Medal in the National Final of SkillBuild. At the conclusion of three days of gruelling competition, he received his medal on Saturday, 17 November,...
Master Masons all – and with certificates in recognition of the fact from the Worshipful Company of Masons. Photo: Michael O'Sullivan.
24 February 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
For the first time, stonemasons have been among those to receive Master Craftsman Certificates as part of a scheme organized by the Livery Companies.The Master Craftsman scheme started in 2001 and is...
 
Gary Shea, Construction Manager of the Year finalist.
24 February 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Everyone at William Anelay, the York- and Manchester-based stone and conservation specialist, is particularly proud of site manager Gary Shea, who was a finalist in the Construction Manager of the...
This year's winning picture in the Ladder Association 'Idiots on Ladders' competition.
24 February 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
There was no doubt about it. Thousands of people voted and four times as many thought the picture here was the most ill advised way of using ladders.They were voting in the Ladder Association’s...
William Anelay's work on the Stirling Prize-winning Astley Castle.
24 February 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Stone and conservation specialist William Anelay Ltd notched up a record year of recognition with 22 national and regional awards in 2013.The widely acclaimed RIBA Stirling Prize for Architecture for...
Robin Bath (right) receives his prize from Christopher Lodge, Director of Lodge Brothers. The pictures underneath are Robin's winning entries.
24 February 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Winner of the MAB ‘then and now’ photographic competition that is part of the campaign to promote stone memorialisation is Robin Bath from London. He will receive his £1,000 first...
The teams from St Gobain Weber and Indigo River at the Awards ceremony with the mster opf Ceremonies and (on the rght) CMA judge Jason Woodford.
24 February 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Saint-Gobain Weber’s ‘You’re gonna love what Weber do’ loyalty rewards campaign won first place in the Best Digital Campaign category of the Construction Marketing Awards (CMA...
A highlight of the Natural Stone Show this year was the Architect Day with lunch sponsored by Fila.
28 January 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
With four major stone festivals held in the UK this year and a lot of stone to be seen in construction and conservation awards, there have been plenty of winners in the stone industry this year. NSS...
Elle's Best Britihs Designer – Bethan Gray.
9 December 2013 | Stone Awards / Competitions
The stunning monochrome natural stone table and accessories picture above were designed for stone specialist Lapicida, with its impressive showrooms in Harrogate and London, by Bethan Gray (in the...
Cliveden conservators Brian Bentley (left) and Andy Hebden at the Mausoleum of Sir James Tillie. Built of Bath stone and Beer stone.
9 December 2013 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Not all the projects in this year’s Angel Awards included stonework, but its pre-eminent role in conservation was evident as English Heritage once again paid tribute to those who are saving the...
An entry from Alexander Cadle in last year's Dead Art competition. Are your pictures as good as this? Then you could win £1,000.
2 December 2013 | Stone Awards / Competitions
The Dead Art – Then & Now memorial photo competition has just been launched by the Memorial Awareness Board for the fourth year. It is starting a bit later than usual this year because of...
Stirling Prize-winning Astlet Castle, wheer the stone and conservation specialist was York company  William Anelay.
20 November 2013 | Stone Awards / Competitions
This year’s Stirling Prize, one of architecture’s highest awards, has gone to Astley Castle, a stone project where specialist stone and conservation company William Anelay added a new-...
The winner and three of the other five short-listed projects in the Stirling Award owed their success to stone.
20 November 2013 | Stone Awards / Competitions
This year’s Stirling Prize, one of architecture’s highest awards, has gone to Astley Castle, a stone project where specialist building and conservation company William Anelay helped...
Paul Martin (right) talks to winners in the Angel Awards.
20 November 2013 | Stone Awards / Competitions
There was a lot of stone among the finalists of the English Heritage Angel Awards presented at the Palace Theatre in Shaftesbury Avenue, London, on 21 October. Backed by impresario Andrew Lloyd...

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