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Two BREEAM Award nominations for chapmanbdsp
Engineering and design consultancy, chapmanbdsp, has been shortlisted for two BREEAM awards.
The London School of Economics’ Marshall Building project has been recognised in the Public Sector category, while chapmanbdsp shortlisted in the BREEAM/Futurebuild Champions Award category.
The BREEAM awards recognise the achievement of those involved in the specification, design, construction and management of BREEAM certified buildings and the nominations follows chapmanbdsp’s environmental team picking-up a CIBSE Building Simulation Group prize last month.
The chapmanbdsp environmental team has consistently delivered high-achieving BREEAM projects over many years.
Recent experience includes helping a local council restructure its sites, saving millions in operational costs, exploring innovative technologies and supporting the delivery of BREEAM at Battersea Power Station, the biggest brownfield regeneration in Europe.
The company also helped the LSE’s Marshall Building gain an ‘Excellent’ rating while also assuring BREEAM influenced a holistic approach to sustainability.
The BREEAM recognition comes just a month after chapmanbdsp won the CIBSE Building Simulation Group prize for its modelling work on the Shenzhen International Exhibition Centre.
Danielle Lowson, senior environmental engineer at chapmanbdsp, said: ‘We are delighted to have been shortlisted for both a project award and BREEAM Champion Award.
'We work closely with our MEP consultants as well as the wider design team to deliver our clients’ visions, while also delivering sustainable buildings. This is great recognition for our team and the company.’
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chapmanbdsp's Lucy Scott reports from the IHIF event in Berlin.