The awards are a celebration of the North East built environment sector, designed to showcase excellence and celebrate the achievements of organisations across the region.
The awards reward excellence across 14 different categories with The Catalyst, The Frederik Douglass Centre and The District Energy Centre all receiving multiple nominations.
The Catalyst has been shortlisted for the Integration and Collaborative Working, Digital Construction, Innovation, Sustainability and Building Project of the Year awards.
Joining The Catalyst on the shortlist is The Frederick Douglass Centre which has been shortlisted in the Integration and Collaborative Working, Innovation and Building Project of the Year categories.
The third building on Newcastle Helix to make the CENE Awards shortlist is The District Energy Centre which is up for the Innovation and Building Project of the Year awards.
Cllr Ged Bell, Cabinet Member for Employment and Culture, Newcastle City Council, commented: “The number of buildings on Newcastle Helix shortlisted for the Constructing Excellence North East Awards is testament to the quality of the site. The buildings on Newcastle Helix also continue to bring improved job opportunities for those in the region.
“Helix is home to innovative buildings, companies and ideas and now, more than ever, we need innovation to be at the forefront of our future.”
Winners of the Constructing Excellence North East Awards 2020 are due to be announced in June. Successful North East entries will go forward to a national final that is due to take place in Autumn 2020.
The full shortlist can be viewed here.