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This morning we heard the fantastic news that the Everyman Theatre had won the most prestigious prize in

architecture, the Stirling Prize. We are delighted for the winners, architects Haworth Tompkins and are very proud to

have been part of the construction team, led by the main contractor Gilbert Ash. This was the third time that a

Gilbert Ash project has been shortlisted within the past three years. The other buildings include the Lyric Theatre and

the Giants Causeway Visitors Centre. We could not be more pleased to have been the suppliers for the concrete

frame and the joinery fit-out for all of these projects and hope this success and recognition continues for all those

involved in the future. Click on the links below for more information or visit our formwork and joinery section.

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