The two leading science-based building rating systems find common ground for users to apply for dual certifications, providing benefits for buildings and their occupants The Center for Active Design (CfAD) and BRE America have announced a crosswalk between the Fitwel Certification System and the BREEAM USA In-Use standard, developing a straightforward and cost-efficient process for … Continue reading “BREEAM USA and Fitwel Announce Alignment to Promote Health and Environmental Outcomes”
BREEAM In-Use International is increasingly being adopted in countries around the world. The scheme is currently used in over 35 countries worldwide with assets certified throughout Europe and further afield. Following the success of the BREEAM In-Use Fact File publication released earlier this year, we wanted to provide an insight into the countries which host … Continue reading “BREEAM In-Use Country Snapshots: France, Belgium & Sweden”
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A new partnership aims to drive sustainable best practice through knowledge share and the development of BREEAM in Russia.
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With the rather interesting welcome party on the evening of the first day behind us, day two of MIPIM â€“ the largest event for the property sector â€“ starts. Martin Townsend writes.
A lot has happened since MIPIM 2016 â€“ the world is a very different place. So is MIPIM 2017 a time to reflect and regroup or a time to look forward and realise that itâ€™s not all doom and gloom?