We are excited to announce that our £12 million redevelopment of the Corn Exchange building in Lincoln was named 'Heritage Project of the Year' at the Greater Lincolnshire Construction and Property Awards, which took place on Tuesday 6 February.
The awards, which were officially launched at Lincolnshire Chamber's Construction Network in April 2016, recognise, unite and champion the county's leading construction and property businesses, and the dedicated people who work so hard behind the scenes.
Local construction company Lindum, which completed the redevelopment work at the Corn Exchange on behalf of Lincolnshire Co-op, undertook interior modifications, installed new stairwells and lifts to the first floor, as well as new structural flooring. Specialist cleaning and careful restoration work to the exterior walls and ornate brickwork was also undertaken as part of the building's renovation.
Flying Tiger Copenhagen, Moss Bros., Cosy Club and Thomas Cook have all taken space in the Corn Exchange building, with Cosy Club set to open on Tuesday 13 February.
Over 350 people showed up to celebrate the construction and property sector, which was sponsored by City of Lincoln Council, and took place at the Engine Shed in Lincoln.