The St Austell Bay Resilient Regeneration (StARR) project is a combination of urban and upstream interventions, which aims to reduce flood risk to communities living and working in the St Austell Bay area.
The purpose of the project was to redevelop the former army barracks at Lisanelly and St Lucia and to provide the town of Omagh with a the SSEC consisting of 5 schools, shared facilities, 13 playing pitches and an assortment of infrastructure and parking facilities.
The Viking Link team used CEEQUAL to deliver a sustainability-driven project. They achieved a 30% reduction in kgCO2 equivalent of embodied carbon emissions, re-used 17,900 m3 of excavated materials, and diverted 100% of their total waste from landfill.
The scheme represented an opportunity to build on the success of previous phases of the Colwyn Bay Waterfront Project with the production of a sustainable design that will allow the local environment and communities to thrive and grow.
The project is a full refurbishment of all major airside pavement surfaces at RAF Lossiemouth for a new Boeing P8 fleet, Typhoon Quick Reaction Alert (QRA) and normal operations.
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.
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.