The Project of the Year award by the Consortium of Local Authorities in Wales (CLAW) has been awarded to the AHR-designed £25 million redevelopment of Rhyl High School.
The awards reward excellence and winning building types have varied from craft units to visitors centres and from public conveniences to velodromes, reflecting the huge variety of projects CLAW members are involved in. The core of the entries are inevitably educational projects – both completely new schools and various types of extensions to existing establishments.
Headteacher Claire Armistead: “I can’t believe this is ours, it’s amazing! You can’t walk through here without seeing through every classroom, through every area. I can’t imagine how well this turned out, it’s beyond my best dream!”
You can view Denbingshire Council's article on the win here.
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