McLaren Technology Centre wins awards

McLAREN TECHNOLOGY CENTRE CONTINUES WINNING STREAK Friday 17th June 2005: Following yesterday's recognition from the Royal Fine Art Commission, the McLaren Technology Centre secured its second architectural award in two days, when today ...

McLAREN TECHNOLOGY CENTRE CONTINUES WINNING STREAK

Friday 17th June 2005: Following yesterday's recognition from the Royal Fine Art Commission, the McLaren Technology Centre secured its second architectural award in two days, when today it received a RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Architecture Award. As a result the facility becomes a candidate for the short list of the prestigious RIBA Sterling Prize, which is announced in Autumn of this year.

The renowned RIBA Awards are given for buildings that have high architectural standards and make a substantial contribution to the local environment. The annual awards have been running continuously since 1966. This year over 500 buildings in the United Kingdom and the rest of the European Union were visited as part of the judging, administered by the RIBA Awards Office

"We are of course delighted that the facility has been recognised in this manner by RIBA, and that it will now be considered for the Sterling Prize," commented Ron Dennis, Chairman and CEO of the McLaren Group.

The McLaren Technology Centre has benefited from close collaboration with our Partners, AMEC, EISENMANN, FARAM, GROHE, INSTRON, MAPEI, PASTORELLI, SCHÜCO, TARGETTI, and TECHNOGYM

-www.mclaren.com

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