Cornish Concrete Products Ltd is justifiably proud of their concrete society awards as they are the benchmark by which the industry is judged and gives a clear indication of the company's commitment to quality.
Hill Top House, Oxford
Hill Top House in Oxford was fabricated from CCP's crosswall constuction where the precast concrete is used as both the structure and the interior of the house wes declared the 2013 overall winner. The judges commented that "this is an excellent use of precast concrete in a domestic application to produce a simplistic uncluttered construction, which highlights the benefits of concrete".
New Stratford Library, University of East London
Precast Helical Stairs formed the main feature of the central core of this building. The combination of the insitu core with the acid etched helical stairs creates a striking feature. This is the seconf of two Concrete Society awards in 2013 for Cornish Concrete Products.
Boscastle Lower Bridge, Boscastle
This road bridge uses 100% secondary sourced aggregates, achieves a span/depth ratio of 28:1 (although it creates the illusion of more) and is curved in plan, section and elevation. Its surface has been sandblasted after it was cast in two halves.
Courts of Justice, Truro
A bespoke cast stone spiral staircase for the award winning Courts of Justice in Truro.
Combined University Campus, Tremough
Exposed aggregate cladding panels with a ribbed timber formwork and granite boulders cast-in. Whatever your personal preferences, this building is undoubtedly a bold and striking vision, and CCP have delivered the architect’s vision.
Roadford Reservoir, Okehampton
Photo of Roadford Resevoir Curved and ribbed panels to the top of the draw-off and overflow towers. Exposed aggregate copings to the dam wall.
River Bray Viaduct, South Molton
Photo of River Bray Viaduct Exposed aggregate ribbed bridge parapet units with hand picked stone to sympathetically blend with the natural stone piers over this very pretty valley.