Horten VGS is designed as an energy-positive building that brings BREEAM Outstanding to Norway

The New Horten Upper Secondary School (Horten VGS) will cater to 1.200 students ranging from 16 to 18 years old as well as 200 employees. The school will offer programs ranging from academic and vocational education, among them Sports, Academics, Health and Adolescence, Technology and Industrial Production, along with a department specializing in Work Life and Everyday Training for special needs students.

GlaxoSmithKline’s Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry achieves BREEAM Outstanding

Part-funded by a generous donation from GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), the building is a hub that will catalyse new collaborations with industry. It is the latest landmark development to be undertaken by the University of Nottingham on its Jubilee Campus, and is unique in the UK not only in its design but also in its focus on world-leading research activity in sustainable chemistry.