Sweco UK has been awarded the BREEAM Assessor Company of the Year. The leading consultancy company for engineering, environment and design have won the award for the third time. Their expertise in sustainability assessment methods for master planning projects, infrastructure and buildings has helped Sweco claim the title three times.
The Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology, BREEAM, have recognised Sweco for the third time because of the consultancy company’s consistency when it comes to achieving the highest BREEAM ratings on its projects over a 12-month period. This rating has led to Sweco producing some of the most sustainable as well as user focused buildings.
Sweco is part of planning and designing of communities and cities of the future. The consultancy company has a hand in designing sustainable buildings with efficient infrastructure as well as access to electricity and clean water. The consultancy company employs 14,500 people throughout Europe, and carries out a variety of different projects in 70 countries around the world every year. Sweco is Europe’s leading engineering, environment and design consultants and receiving this BREEAM accolade three times cements their reputation.
The awards ceremony was held on March 7th at the London Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square. The event was attended by hundreds of industry professionals.
BREEAM is an association that is internationally recognised in their measure of sustainability for buildings and communities. BREEAM’s measure is used in more than 70 countries and has issued more than 530,000 certificates to over 24,000 projects around the world. This wide spread reputation has led to more than 2.2 million buildings and communities being registered for the BREEAM certification.
Sweco has been involved in a variety of different projects over the past year including the 107-meter-tall South Bank Tower based in London. The design consultants were also involved in the Four Pancras Square building, a 170,000 sq. ft. building in the Kings Cross area of London.