Dover Western Docks Revival (DWDR) – Port of Dover | CEEQUAL

Dover Western Docks Revival (DWDR) – Port of Dover

Dover Western Docks Revival (DWDR) is a one-off opportunity for the regeneration of Dover, bringing new investment into the area. The CEEQUAL assessment provided a management tool for the project team to conduct an overall review on the sustainability of the project.

M4 Junction 28 Improvements | CEEQUAL

M4 Junction 28 Improvements

The improvement of the junction is seen by the Welsh Government as an important part of its programme for economic regeneration providing access to jobs, safe reliable journeys, and improved resilience for the trunk road and local network in south east Wales.

Rv3/Rv25 new highway between Loten-Elverum

The main savings in the project as a result of implementation of CEEQUAL is related to transport and reuse of masses which indirectly reduce the need for purchase and transport of materials for road construction from external quaries.

Blue line to Barkarby Access tunnel Veddesta

The client’s drivers were primarily to use Ceequal as a tool to constantly improve the environmental and sustainability work and to increase its sustainability standard between each contract.

Housing estate

BRE helps build new embodied carbon database 

BRE is collaborating with other industry leaders to develop a new Built Environment Carbon Database.   A lack of reliably available and consistent data has been one of the barriers preventing the construction industry from actively measuring and reducing carbon emissions.   BRE is working with RICS, the UK Green Building Council, the Carbon Trust, RIBA, the Institution … Continue reading “BRE helps build new embodied carbon database “

Housing in England

BRE report finds poor housing is costing NHS £1.4bn a year

BRE report – ‘The Cost of Poor Housing in England’ – quantifies the cost burden to the NHS caused by hazards arising from poor quality homes in England Findings reveal that 2.6 million homes in England – 11% of the country’s housing stock – are categorised as ‘poor quality’ and therefore hazardous to occupants Most … Continue reading “BRE report finds poor housing is costing NHS £1.4bn a year”

Newcastle Wastewater Treatment Works

Newcastle WwTW project represents one of the most challenging wastewater facility upgrades to be undertaken for the client Northern Ireland Water in recent years.