Award-winning schemes

Les Pyramides d’Or (FPI, France)

The competition of the Pyramides promotes the most beautiful development projects throughout France. Organised by the Federation of Real Estate Promoters (FPI),  the Pyramides take place over two rounds – an initial regional round, followed by a national final. Under the leadership of Alexandra François-Cuxac, the Pyramides were completely renovated in 2016, focusing more to celebrate the core ideals of the FPI: innovation, quality, technical performance, aesthetics, responsible operations, excellence in customer relations and emergence of new talents.

Alexandra François-Cuxac, President of the FPI France, said:

“To be shortlisted for the industry’s most demanding competition, property developers within the FPI must demonstrate their unequivocal commitment to adapting their methods and strategies to match societal, digital and environmental transformation, as well as changes in uses and expectations of their clients.”

Hyperion, Bordeaux
La Pyramide d’Or – Grand Prix national – Sponsored by Socfim and Caisse d’Epargne

Eiffage Immobilier Atlantique

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Utopia, Bruz
Prix de l’Innovation industrielle – Sponsored by Groupement des Industriels de la Prescription (GIP)

Groupe Launay (Bretagne)

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Woodwork, Saint-Denis
Prix de l’Immobilier d’Entreprise – Sponsored by SMABTP

Woodeum

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Prado Concorde, Montpellier
Prix de la Mixité urbaine – Sponsored by Chevreuse Courtage

Helenis and Opalia

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Maison des étudiants de la francophonie, Paris
Prix de la Conduite responsable des opérations – Sponsored by Apave

Demathieu Bard Immobilier (Ile de France)

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Ydeal Confluence, Lyon
Prix du Bâtiment bas-carbone – Sponsored by EDF

OGIC Lyon Rhône Alpes

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59 Prairies, Paris
Prix des Premières réalisatons – Sponsored by Banques Populaires

Promege

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B47, Toulouse
Prix du Grand public – Sponsored by GRDF

Green City Immobilier

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FIABCI Prix d’excellence (BFW, Germany)

The FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Germany, nicknamed the “Oscars of the property world” by the Wall Street Journal, has been one of the most prestigious awards for real estate projects for over 25 years. As a part of this worldwide competition, Germany is one of 18 countries that host the award nationally. Winners of national awards are submitted into an international competition. Managed jointly by the BFW (German Association of independent real estate companies) and FIABCI (the international real estate federation, the FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Germany is Germany’s first and only nationwide award for project development, and has been an annual fixture since 2014.

The award aims to create a nationwide competition that not only celebrates outstanding achievements in the real estate industry, but also supports the creation of quality development environments. It has been a success from its inception – each year, projects have been submitted from over 20 cities, and have distinguished themselves through demonstration of sustainability, innovation, market-focused concepts and high-level architecture.

Puhlmannhof, Berlin
Gold/Commercial

Grüntuch Ernst Architekten

Hamburg Team Gesellschaft für Projektentwicklung mbH

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AXIS, Frankfurt am Main
Gold/Residential

Meixner Schlüter Wendt Architekten

Wilma Wohnen Süd GmbH

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Housebuilders Awards (HBF, UK)

The Housebuilder Awards, supported by HBF and NHBC, are now in their 15th year and are geared to rewarding innovation and excellence in the housebuilding industry. These are the industry’s own awards and recognise those in the industry who are improving quality, design, efficiency and customer care in housebuilding. Award entries are submitted in the spring, after which the panel of judges select the category winners. The awards presentation evening is then held in the autumn at a black tie dinner.

Acton Gardens, London
Best regeneration initiative

Countryside and L&Q

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Wellington Row, Wimbledon Hill Park, London
Best refurbishment project

Berkeley

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Redcliffe Parade, Bristol
Best refurbishment project

Change Real Estate

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Woodside Square, Muswell Hill
Best design for three storeys or fewer

Hill and Hanover Housing Association

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Blackfriars Circus, London
Best design for four storeys or more

Barratt London

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Horizons, Poole
Best retirement scheme

McCarthy & Stone

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