SIPCO (Structural Insulated Panels Company) scooped the top award in the ‘Best use of SIPS’ category at the Structural Timber Awards for the company’s involvement in 40 Hill Road, a self-build project in Essex.
With more 70 entries in this category, SIPCO’s success is testament to its ability to help create an outstanding, energy-efficient home, through excellent collaborative working.
It’s fantastic to win this award, especially considering the high calibre of the competition. This project in particular provides a fantastic platform to showcase the benefits and capabilities of SIPS construction.
Pete Barr, Director of SIPCO
The 40 Hill Road project began as a small building plot and a 1950s bungalow. It has now been developed into a remarkable, contemporary three-storey family home. With three grown-up children living at home, the Smith family now has a place of sanctuary where all can live harmoniously together, with their own space.
The project featured in the Grand Designs magazine.
Project architects: Clear Architects, Essex
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