ACA are Architectural Award Winners!
What an exciting night was 18th November 2021! Incredibly, ACA were finalists for 3 different award categories for 2 different award ceremonies on the same evening!
Already international architectural award winners of the Novum awards earlier in 2021, the team at ACA is over the moon!
First of all, ACA were 1 of 3 finalists for the Customer Focus category of Hull Business Awards 2021.
Secondly, ACA were 1 of 5 finalists for “Architectural Practice of the Year” at the National Building & Construction Awards 2021.
Thirdly, ACA were 1 of 6 finalists for “Project of the Year – up to £10m” at National Building & Construction Awards 2021.
The Awards Evenings – 18 November 2021
Indeed, as architects and interior designers based in Beverley, ACA’s directors Amelia and Alex Caruso chose to attend the Hull event with family and Clients. Located at the Double Tree by Hilton in Hull, the ceremony was a glamorous affair!
Also, ACA’s Health and Safety Consultant, Austin Warnes attended the national award at the Hilton in Wembley, London.
ACA remained a finalist for the Customer Focus award at the Hull Business Awards.
“We would like to thank all of our Clients for their continued support, repeat business and trust in us to deliver their projects.
For this reason, we are proud to be finalists especially for the Customer Focus category as our customers are at the heart of every project we deliver.
Congratulations to the winner and the other finalist” says Alex Caruso, co-founder and MD of ACA.
However, ACA won the award for “Architectural Practice of the Year” at the National Building & Construction Awards!
“Wow! What an honour and achievement to be recognised for our work nationally! Also, congratulations to all the other winners and finalists.
To sum up, a huge thank you to Alex Caruso for the dedicated husband, father and architect he is and to Sonia Kopacz, Kornel Witkowski, Sam Brewer, Giovanna Garbo, Paul Crawley, Hazar Tubeileh, Austin Warnes, Andy Steele and Jess Clark for their roles in making this happen” says Amelia Caruso, co-founder of ACA.