Delivered by the Department for Infrastructure the A6 Dualling Scheme upgrades 14.7 kilometres of Transport Corridor between Randalstown and Castledawson, a route used by 20,000 vehicles each day.
The double-skinned facade and soaring open atrium are key to creating natural heating, cooling and lighting. The atrium, for example, floods the building’s interior with light, and the facade helps to minimise heating and cooling loads.
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.
University of Edinburgh Nursery obtains BREEAM Excellent and lends itself to being an educational tool
The Arcadia nursery is a new building located at the King’s Buildings Campus, Edinburgh and owned by the University of Edinburgh.
Primary School becomes valuable addition to local community with BREEAM Outstanding, Durham County council
The development is a new build primary school to replace the school facilities on the site of the existing Primary School in the village of Brandon in County Durham.
The building will connect to the King’s Cross Central low carbon district heating network, distributed from a combined heat and power energy centre.
This new mental healthcare facility is being procured using the NEC form of contract as part of the NHS Framework for the client NHS Dumfries and Galloway.
Developers Canary Wharf Group and Land Securities set out to ensure the 38-storey tower, known as ‘The Walkie Talkie’ was one of the most sustainable buildings of its type in London.
London School of Economics and Political Science achieve full marks in multiple categories to receive BREEAM Outstanding
The first new building that LSE has commissioned in more than 40 years, the Centre was constructed on the site of the old St Philips building on Sheffield Street, next to the Peacock Theatre in central London.