Located in Thousand Oaks, California, The Oaks is a 1.3 million square foot shopping mall chosen by Macerich to be the first to undertake the BREEAM In-Use program.
This extensive development is on a brownfield site. The building is owned and run by KLP Eiendom, and houses more than 80 shops and restaurants with a total area of 65 000 m2, including parking. It is the first shopping mall to receive BREEAM Outstanding certification.
Lidl Sweden aim to be the leading sustainable retailer. We wanted to be a forerunner and push the market in a sustainable direction by building the store of the future. BREEAM helped us see new opportunities and find better solutions, says Johan Augustsson, real estate director at Lidl Sweden.
Marks & Spencer’s Cheshire Oaks store is their 3rd ‘sustainable learning store’ (SLS). It is located near Liverpool and is the second largest M&S store in the world and the largest built from scratch.
IKEA Greenwich was designed and built with sustainability at its core, reflecting IKEA’s people and planet positive ambition
IKEA Greenwich is the highest scoring BREEAM building Envision has been involved with. The achievement is thanks to the vision of the client and the determination and commitment by the contractor and design team.
Centro Comercial Bonaire committed in developing sustainable activity initiatives achieve BREEAM Outstanding
Shopping Centre Bonaire was constructed in 2000 and partially refurbished in 2016. It is an open air mall with the most complete offer of retail, leisure and restaurants in Valencia’s area.
The 1st “Very Good” BREEAM International Refurbishment & Fit-Out Project in China
Otopeni is the 250th store for PENNY Romania which marks the start of a new approach, focused more on people, digitization and sustainable development. PENNY Otopeni was designed to be a store where environmental and social solutions are brought together.
IKEA Hubhult was designed as a global meeting place for all of IKEA’s operations and was designed based on IKEA’s design philosophy when creating home furnishings. The four-storey building is set up to promote an activity-based approach for working and encourage interactions, with 80 meeting rooms and numerous quiet, creative, and open spaces.
The challenge was to obtain the highest scored BREEAM certified building in Romania and to demonstrate that significant reducing environmental impacts is possible. The BREEAM certification scheme helped the project team to manage the environmental impact with a balanced, multi-disciplinary approach.