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78 BREEAM AWARDS PREVIEW


Public Projects – In-Use • Björsjö 42:3


Health and wellbeing of building occupants is a priority for this retirement home in Gävle, Sweden.


• Dolomiten 1


An optimal indoor climate was high on the agenda for this retirement home in Norrtälje, Sweden.


• Landvetter Airport Terminal, Gothenburg Terminal owner Swedavia is constantly working to improve its buildings as part of its broader economic, social and ecological aims.


• Ratten 4 Rhyl New School is sustainable and energy-efficient


• University College London Hospital Phase 4


A state-of-the-art cancer and surgical care facility is being constructed in central London, much of it underground.


• Urbanest Vine Street The mixed-use scheme, combines student accommodation with workspace and exhibition space, has achieved high levels in all categories of the BREEAM assessment.


Public Projects – Post-Construction • Howardian Primary School/Ysgol Gynradd Howardian


Sustainability and good value can go hand in hand, as this new primary school in central Cardiff demonstrates.


• National College for High Speed Rail This college on the outskirts of Doncaster provides learning spaces in a highly efficient and comfortable building, designed to stand the test of a changing climate while providing a local economic boost.


• Rhyl New School


Students are benefitting from this new sustainable, energy efficient and modern school.


• Ysgol Bro Gwaun


Rural areas can present challenges in creating all-round sustainable development, but this new teaching block for a Pembrokeshire school has achieved BREEAM Excellent through its robust and elegant design. • Ysgol Glan Morfa


Sustainable design is helping to limit the running costs of this new 420-pupil primary school in Cardiff.


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Homes – Post-Construction • 122-126 Chancery Lane


A 35-home development in central London, which combines a grade II listed Victorian facade with contemporary living space.


• 16 Winchester Walk


Retaining as much of the external building fabric as possible was a key driver in the conversion and extension of


A retirement facility in Örebro, Sweden, is applying BREEAM In-Use to identify and measure the scope for environmental improvements.


• Tabellen 3


Reviewing the heating and cooling system at the District Court building in Atunda, Sweden, offered the potential to deliver significant benefits.


• Tabellen 4


Since BREEAM In-Use was applied, a programme of sustainability works for this Swedish facility has been targeted, including a shift to LED lighting.


Homes Projects – Design • 1 Queen Anne’s Gate This development in Westminster has included demolition of dilapidated buildings, new build and the retention of a Grade II listed facade.


• Falconhoven L-blok Apartments Developer CIP sought to create homes in Antwerp that would offer residents a valuable and sustainable investment for lifetime living.


• Morley House The Crown Estate’s scheme is being redeveloped behind retained Portland stone facades to provide 44 apartments.


• Nomadic House Developer FRT Developments had never targeted BREEAM until it came to work on its Nomadic House scheme in west London.


this nineteenth century former hop warehouse.


• 33 Bury Street


This grade II listed building in St James’s, central London, has been returned to predominantly residential use.


• North Stoneham Park, Phase 1 BREEAM Communities has been an integral design tool and framework from the outset to create a sustainable community.


• Hoover Building


The iconic Hoover Building in west London, has been converted to residential use after laying dormant for more than a decade.


Rewarding regions, real estate, and professions There are also Regional Awards for the Americas, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, and Western Europe. For the latter region, the projects shortlisted are Bloomberg London, New Logic III (Tilburg), Deloitte’s 1 New Street Square (London) EUIPO Edificio AA3 (Alicante), Unilever Global Foods Innovation Centre (Wageningen, Netherlands, Van Oers United BV facility (Dinteloord, Netherlands). Awards will also be made for the best performing BREEAM assessors, as well as categories for architects and M&E consultants who have scored consistently highly in BREEAM projects. For the third year in succession, real estate assessment body GRESB and BREEAM are working together to recognise the achievement of “responsible real estate investors.” The 2019 awards ceremony takes place at the Hilton Bankside on the evening of Monday 4 March – the eve of Futurebuild at London ExCel (the event is one of the awards’ partners). More details on the awards can be found at the website: www.breeam.com/awards


ADF FEBRUARY 2019


COFCO Landmark is a flagship development in Beijing


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