13 Jan Green Build Hub Shortlisted for BREEAM Awards 2017
The Green Build Hub, which was built for the Cornwall Sustainable Buildings Trust (CSBT), has been shortlisted for the BREEAM Awards 2017, as one of the highest rated sustainable projects in the industrial category.
The awards recognise the achievement of those involved in the design, construction and operation of the best certified buildings around the world. The winner will be announced at an Awards ceremony in early March.
The £1.4m, ERDF funded project provides a building, which acts as a living laboratory for sustainable construction. Certified as BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ the Green Build Hub encompasses numerous sustainable features including; photovoltaics, rainwater harvesting and recycled materials. It also show-cased innovative procurement, contracts, management and training procedures in the delivery process.
WWA provided Project Management, Quantity Surveying, CDM Principal Designer, BREEAM Assessor and BREEAM Accredited Professional services throughout.
Associate Partner and Lead Project Manager, Phil Crossley said:
“It is fantastic that this project has been shortlisted for these prestigious awards, recognising the Green Build Hub at an international level. The project was developed within a context of collaboration and shared learning and this is demonstrated by the achievements of the team in creating this remarkable facility, putting Cornwall on the map!”.
The Green Build Hub has been recognised at several award ceremonies, including; NEC Awards 2016, CSA Awards 2015 and SWBE Awards 2016.