WashREIT allocated a majority of its $350 million inaugural green bond offering to green building improvements and certification as part of a multipronged ESG strategy addressing energy efficiency, water efficiency, and renewable energy.
Located on a landscape of high quality and also high fragility, the intervention required the utmost respect for the site, which is why BREEAM certification became the best tool to carry out a respectful and environmentally sustainable intervention with the space.
Casa Batroun is a renovation and extension of an old sandstone private house in the seaside town of Batroun in the north of Lebanon.
Castleward is a 12.1 hectare brownfield regeneration site in Derby currently undergoing redevelopment to create a new community of sustainable homes and businesses. This £100 million project is located between Derby Midland Station and the city centre.
Energy Council worked closely with the architect, developer and contractor teams to develop the energy and environmental proposals. They provided the energy and BREEAM pre-assessments for the planning applications and developed the strategies to improve the building thermally and sustainably.
Al Zahia heralds a new age for residential living in Sharjah. Its vision is about creating a community that embodies Sharjah’s traditional values in a progressive and contemporary setting. Al Zahia offers the comforts of a premium residential area.
The Hoover Building, London project goals were to ensure the building is protected and its lifetime extended
The Hoover Building achieved a rating of BREEAM ‘Excellent’ with a score of 77.2% at the Post Construction Review stage. It was designed by architects Wallis, Gilbert & Partners in 1931.
Vox Vertical Village, Romania offers a redefinition of the urban lifestyle, a perfect blend between a house and an apartment
A redefinition of the urban lifestyle, a perfect blend between a house and an apartment.
31-35 Craven Hill Gardens is located to the north of Hyde Park, within the Bayswater Conservation Area in central London. The building is of late 19th Century origin and comprises five stucco-fronted townhouses with seven floor levels including the basement and mansard roof.
The project is developing the building into three duplex apartments for tenants, whilst setting the bar for the sustainable retrofit of listed buildings in the UK.