A £17m scheme to turn a Brighouse mill into flats has won a national award.
Developer Binks Vertical beat off competition from national developers to win a Pride in the Job Award from the National House Building Council.
The Millroyd Island development made headlines when it became one of the country's fastest-selling developments last year.
Agent Knight Frank sold 100 homes with a total value of more than £12m in just four hours.
Almost 1,000 people queued to buy one of the flats in the converted mill alongside the Calder and Hebble Navigation Canal.
The development turned Brighouse into a property hotspot.
The award comes as Binks Vertical prepares to launch the latest phase of its Millroyd Island development.
Penthouses on the top floor will go on the market on Thursday, October 14.
The award was presented to site manager Nick Kenyon, who will represent the company - and Yorkshire - in the national final of the Supreme Pride in the Job Awards, by Alan Holmes, of the council.
The UK winners will be announced at a London cere- mony in January.
Mr Kenyon praised the tradesmen working on the scheme, adding: "I am delighted that the quality and significance of the redevelopment of Millroyd has been recognised through this important award."
Binks Vertical was founded by Richard Binks, who made his name as a housebuilder across Yorkshire with Binks Homes.
Millroyd Island was the first venture for Binks Vertical.
Mr Binks said: "It is tremendous to be recognised in this way. The mill is 150 years old and we are hoping will last for a further 150."