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BREEAM AWARDS PREVIEW A celebration of


he project teams, clients and buildings shortlisted for the annual BREEAM Awards represent significant achievement in sustainable building design, development and management. Over 2.2 million buildings are registered under BREEAM and there are more than half a million projects with BREEAM certificates globally. The initial shortlists are created by taking the highest scoring projects certified under BREEAM each year.


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Previewing the annual BREEAM Awards, an international celebration of excellence in sustainable buildings, which will take place on 4 March in London


• Van Oers United BV facility Sustainable features include re-use of cold and heat from the cooling system for climate control in offices, and rainwater recycling.


Commercial Projects – Post-Construction • 1-9 Seymour Street, London The Portman Estate maintained high sustainability standards throughout. • Bloomberg London


The building in the City of London is already a multi-award winner.


• Building R7, London A project in London’s King’s Cross that continues leading developer Argent’s commitment to achieving the highest levels of environmental certification.


Universal Music’s new London HQ


Commercial Projects – Design • New Logic III – The Tube, Tilburg This distribution centre is developer Dokvast’s fifth BREEAM Outstanding building.


• New Logic V, Tilburg


This design by DENC includes airtight construction, triple glazing, an 8,250 square metre photovoltaic installation, and rainwater recycling for toilet flushing.


• Unilever Global Foods Innovation Centre The centre’s design focuses on the themes of health, flexibility, energy usage, and material efficiency and “circularity.”


• Universal Music Group HQ, London Universal Studios wanted to equal the standard of its nearby HQ building.


• Van Gelder Groente & Fruit facility Fruit and vegetable company Van Gelder is developing a state-of-the-art complex in Ridderkerk, Netherlands.


• Deloitte’s 1 New Street Square Environmental and wellbeing were key priorities for the fit-out of Deloitte’s new office in London.


• EUIPO Edificio AA3


The latest addition to the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) campus in Alicante. • Scherpenhuizen


The fruit and vegetable supplier targeted BREEAM Very Good for this distribution centre in Eindhoven, evolved to Excellent, and by the building’s concept phase was targeting Outstanding.


Commercial Projects – In-Use • BINARIUM Business Center The regeneration of this old industrial building in Romania has taken a circular approach, with the existing structure combined with Cradle-to-Cradle certified products, FSC certified wood, and durable materials.


• Edificio Beatriz One of Madrid’s most significant late 20th century buildings – now a multi-tenanted office block.


CollectieCentrum will house some of the leading art collections in the Netherlands


• Forum Mersin


BREEAM New Construction and BREEAM In-Use have helped Forum Mersin in Turkey to improve its processes, and manage cooperation between landlord, tenants and staff.


Public Projects – Design • Barry Building


Part of the Royal College of Surgeons’ (RCS) historic campus in central London, this project retains and enhances its Grade II listed element while replacing a 1950s section.


• CollectieCentrum Nederland Art and heritage collections of the Rijksmuseum, the Holland Open Air Museum, Paleis Het Loo and the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands are being brought together in this shared sustainable storage centre. • Ny Horten VGS


This secondary school is the first public building in Norway to achieve BREEAM Outstanding design-stage certification. • The Marshall Building


Exemplary standards of sustainable design are incorporated into the design of the London School of Economics and Political Science’s (LSE) Marshall Building.


ADF FEBRUARY 2019


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