Best Design & Development

10 October, 2016
Winner: John Mason
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wards host Brian Conley (left), and Ian Woodcock, head of retail at Harvest Energy, present John Mason with the award for Best Design & Development. The strategy at Wellington Service Station was to create a distinctive design and provide the maximum visual impact for vehicles coming from junction 26 of the M5 and traffic from the A38. It was designed to provide clean contemporary aesthetics with selected materials to achieve high levels of thermal efficiency and sustainability. The forecourt has a full-width canopy linked to the shop with barrelled roof lights to provide natural light onto the forecourt.

Wellington Service Station, ChelstonSomerset





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