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  • Sustainability Award - IFC 5
  • College Gardens - Project of the Year over £5m

Two developments winning at the JeCC 2019 Awards

We were delighted to support the 2019 Jersey Construction Council Awards, which took place on Saturday 19 October at the RJA&HS. With over 450 guests attending this prestigious gala event, these awards not only celebrate new developments over the past 12 months but also identifies achievements within the local construction industry.

As a sponsor of the Health & Safety Award, we would like to congratulate ‘Camerons’ as winner of this award where we recognise the importance of health & safety on all our construction sites.

JDC were thrilled to win two awards on the night; IFC 5 was awarded the ‘Jersey Electricity Sustainability Award’ and the College Gardens residential development won ‘Ronez Project of the Year over £5m’

Huge thanks and appreciation to our design teams on both projects:

IFC 5

Congratulations to an award-winning design team and main contractor who successfully helped to deliver this development: Camerons and their numerous sub-contractors, MJP Architects, Waterman Group, Guarda Landscapes and Arcadis Design & Consultancy.

As part of JDC’s commitment to provide the most efficient and highest quality office buildings in St Helier, the design team worked closely together to formulate a bespoke sustainability agenda, which was integrated into the evolution of the design and tailored to the needs of the tenants, stakeholders and the wider community.

College Gardens

We would like to congratulate and thank the local design team and main contractor who successfully helped to deliver this development: ROK-Regal Construction Limited and their numerous sub-contractors, Waddington Architects, Tillyards, Henderson Green and Hartigans.

The former Jersey College for Girls site at La Pouquelaye, St Helier has been transformed into a modern and highly desirable residential community. The landmark main building originally built in 1888 has now been restored to its former glory and helped regenerate that part of St Helier. The development provides 187 residential apartments, a mix of one, two and three bedrooms and was completed in May 2019.

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