Image above: Paul Vick receiving his award, with Annabel Croft and Hannah Durling of Westfield; photograph Stephen Johnson
A Chiswick architect, Paul Vick, has won the West London Property and Construction Business of the Year award at the West London Business Awards.
Around 350 people were at Twickenham Stadium to see the award ceremony hosted by tennis star Annabel Croft, who lives in West London. Paul Vick Architects were also highly commended for Resilient SME (small and mid-size enterprise) Innovator of the Year.
The jurors highlighted the architect practice’s sustained commitment to low energy design, its mixed use regeneration and masterplanning work and its implementation with 100% planning permission record with new build and listed buildings.
Image above: Dolphin Square Bridge through the trees; photograph Paul Vick
Based on Chiswick High Road, their work includes a glass bridge and new offices in Chiswick, an innovation hub, a Studio Theatre and Sixth Form Centre at Brentford School for Girls, designs for a memorial space at St Michael and All Angels, Bedford Park as well as residential work.
Paul recently attended the UN Climate Conference, COP26 in Glasgow in November 2021 and wrote about it in The Chiswick Calendar.
West London Business awards celebrate small and medium sized enterprises, describing them as the life-blood of the UK. The awards cover west London from Westminster through to Hounslow, Ealing, Brent, Hillingdon and Park Royal.
Presenting awards were the MP for Brentford and Isleworth, Ruth Cadbury, as well as Lord David Young and LB Brent councillor Muhammed Butt. Business leaders from Westfield, VentureX, Heathrow Segro and Brunel University also presented specific awards.
Images above: Examples of some of Paul Vick’s work
“Honoured and humbled”
Speaking after receiving the award, Paul said:
“This important moment for us leads us to reflect that in all the intensity of the day to day and its challenges it is vital to remind ourselves we are all part of a bigger community and share so much ground.
“We are honoured and humbled. West London, ‘the most connected place in the world’, contains some of the most vibrant businesses and opportunities as we all try to carve out a sustainable future. Many great businesses and organisations come to mind with places like Heathrow, Westfield, Chiswick Business Park, Imperial College and Brunel on our doorsteps.
“I would like to thank all our clients and my team as well as all others who continue to help through these really challenging times. It has been interesting and not always easy as the shape of our economy and our world priorities change.”
Image above: Paul Vick’s glass bridge
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