Built in 1990, this 342,280 square foot Class A multi-tenanted office building is located in just 5 miles from the heart of Washington, D.C in Arlington, Virginia.
The Energy Conservation Office received an Excellent rating in all three assessment portions: Asset Performance, Building Management, and Occupier Management.
Located at 2 Kingdom Street, Paddington Central, The Hub is the headquarters of Broadgate Estates, a leading property management company that for 25 years has managed some of London’s most prestigious properties.
The drive to provide healthy office space was part of a wider health, wellbeing and productivity push at Landsec, with BREEAM providing the framework to ensure positive levels of thermal, acoustic and environmental comfort.
Built in 1984 and located in Davis, CA, Rifle Range, also referred to as the Energy Conservation Office, is a building that once served as an indoor rifle range.
The site of the new headquarters of the Central Bank of Ireland (CBOI) is in Dublin’s Financial District overlooking the River Liffey.
CIOB’s accommodation is currently spread across four Dublin city centre sites.
Geelen Counterflow in the Netherlands demonstrates a high level of comfort and wellbeing, as well as being economically attractive
Geelen Counterflow specialises in dryers and coolers for the feed and food industry worldwide. Drying processes are very energy intensive, which poses a challenge for an industry that will be faced with the need to phase out fossil fuels.
Highest scoring BREEAM 2014 Refurbishment and Fit-out project in the world creating a workplace that truly benefits people and the planet
Deloitte LLP is a professional services firm with 18,000 colleagues around the UK and Switzerland.
Price Waterhouse Coopers LLP, Constructed above Charing Cross station, it is the first air rights building in the UK
One Embankment Place is a Commercial office building constructed in the early 1990’s. Constructed above Charing Cross station, it is the first air rights building in the UK
The double-skinned facade and soaring open atrium are key to creating natural heating, cooling and lighting. The atrium, for example, floods the building’s interior with light, and the facade helps to minimise heating and cooling loads.