Auriens Chelsea wins ‘Project of the Year’ at BIM Awards 2020
Auriens Chelsea has won the coveted ‘Project of the Year’ accolade in the over £50 million category at this year’s BIM Awards (Building Information Modelling) in partnership with construction firm Multiplex.
The BIM Awards honour the world’s best building work, celebrating the exceptional and pioneering use of modelling in the built environment.
With this year’s awards emerging as one of the most competitive yet, the later life residence, located in the heart of South West London, was recognised for its innovative use of digital construction methods, digital design processes and sustainability performance.
Particular praise was given to Multiplex’s dedication to making sure all of the supply chain had a contractual obligation to use digital models, each player in turn collaborating and coordinating digitalisation with their peers.
Set to open in 2021, Auriens Chelsea will offer a one-of-a-kind lifestyle for over 65s. The scheme will comprise of 56 high specification, one- and two-bedroom apartments, with on-site amenities including a state-of-the-art wellness centre, gym, pool and spa, salon, bar, library, restaurant with menu curated by Seb Fogg, and private garden designed by the award-winning Andy Sturgeon.