It has been demonstrated that a focus on reducing carbon will reduce cost for an infrastructure project through saving energy, reducing waste and thinking about how we build.
The shortlists for the BREEAM Awards 2016 announced this week represent some of the finest examples of sustainable buildings around the world.
As a product of BRE, it comes as no surprise that independent research and sound scientific evidence are fundamental ingredients of the BREEAM standard.
BREEAM and CEEQUAL are being developed to raise the bar for sustainable infrastructure projects.
The winners of the BREEAM Awards 2018, for building projects and professionals with extraordinary achievements in sustainability, were revealed last night at London’s ExCel.
On 1 January 2016, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which were adopted by world leaders in September 2015, came into force.
On Wednesday 1st March 2017, one year on from BRE China’s official launch, the ‘China-UK Green Building Ceremony and Forum 2017’ took place at the Shangri-La Hotel in Beijing.
International partnership for sustainable construction promises tangible benefits to Russian construction sector
A new partnership aims to drive sustainable best practice through knowledge share and the development of BREEAM in Russia.
Agnese Riccetti of the BREEAM International team reports from SAIE Expo in Bologna, held at the end of October 2016.
The International WELL Building Institute™ and BRE are creating alignments between WELL and BREEAM that will make it easier for projects pursuing both standards.