This year, Brambledown have won a National BALI Award for “Hard Landscaping works under £300k” carried out at Segedunum Roman Fort.
The BALI National Landscape Awards showcase the high levels of professionalism attained by members each year. The event is now in its 42nd year and is the largest landscaping awards scheme in Europe. Brambledown have now won an award in the 80’s, 90’s, 00’s and 2018.
Brambledown director Paul Curry said:
“We are very happy to have won yet another BALI National Landscape Award for a record 5th successive decade. We deem the BALI Awards to be the most prestigious and highly contested awards in the Landscape Industry. As one of BALI’s founding members, we are very proud.
“This award feels more special than ever before, given the intricacies of working on such an historic site. Our team successfully worked around a Roman Fort so large that it once housed 600 Roman Soldiers, and dates back to AD122.”
Brambledown worked closely with principal designer Nick Wright from Place on Earth. We also work with Tyne and Wear Museums to enhance the customer experience to one of Britain’s most visited Roman ruins.
BBC Breakfast anchor and sports journalist Dan Walker will host the ceremony at the Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London. This will be on Friday, 7 December when the winners of the Principal and Special Awards, and the coveted Grand Award, will be announced. Full details of the winning entries are available baliawards.co.uk