RICS award success & climb in the AJ100

23 May 2014

Last night was an exciting night for Buckley Gray Yeoman – it was AJ100 night and RICS Awards night.


Buckley Building was shortlisted in the Commercial category in the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) London Awards. At the AJ100 awards night,  Buckley Gray Yeoman were to find their position in the AJ100 and were shortlisted for the first time in the AJ100 Clients’ Choice Award.


Buckley Gray Yeoman are proud to announce Buckley Building won the RICS award – see the below proud photo of Paul White with Benjamin Lesser and John Turner from Derwent London. This is a second award for the highly acclaimed building for Derwent London. In 2013 the building was awarded an Architect’s Journal Retrofit Award. Click here to see more about the Buckley Building.


Meanwhile over at the AJ100 night, Buckley Gray Yeoman jumped a massive 17 places from 81 to 64! Quite a jump! See the below write up in the current AJ100 edition of The Architect’s Journal:


It has been a stellar year for BuckleyGrayYeoman, which has shot up 17 places to 64 in the AJ100 rankings and was shortlisted for the Clients’ Choice award. The practice’s decision to ‘neither specialise nor have a house style’ appears to be paying off. Beginning this year with a restructure, the Shoreditch-based practice created four new associate directors and six associates. Enjoying significant growth during the past six months, the practice is moving into new sectors and has a number of larger-sized projects coming through its doors.

Last year it completed the highly acclaimed Buckley Building in Clerkenwell for Derwent London, a refurbishment of a former 1930s factory building that picked up an award at the 2013 AJ Retrofit Awards. In the coming year the practice plans to develop its projects in the education and retail sectors after picking up work for a number of high-profile design-led retail brands.’
The Architect’s Journal, 23rd May 2014