Our guide to optimising resource efficiency in refurbishment and fit-out
Cut costs and improve project delivery through efficient use of resources
Identify resource efficiency opportunities throughout the refurb process
Plan and implement waste reduction and recovery
Enabling buildings to be changed and materials to be re-used
Resource efficiency improvements in key product categories
Retail & mixed use
Leisure, education & science
Examine the sustainability impacts of specific construction materials
The Climate Change Act requires the UK to reduce its Greenhouse Gas emissions by 80% by 2050. This can only be achieved with substantial...
Waste is not just a site issue. The amounts and types of waste created, and the ability for them to be reduced, collected and recycled...
Secure access to materials and products at a predictable cost is a crucial factor in construction profitability.
The benefits of optimising the durability and lifespan of construction products and assets, and the steps you can take to do this.
Our guide highlights opportunities to optimise resource efficiency in construction refurbishment and fit-out projects.
The following case studies highlight conservation refurbishment projects.
This cost benefit analysis is based on a project redeveloping an existing secondary school. The project value is approximately £22.5...
Resource Management Planning is an integrated management framework. The process enables project teams to...
Considering “long life, loose fit, and low energy” to maximise material benefits at end of life.
This cost benefit analysis is based on a project to refurbish 100 social housing dwellings to reach the required "Decent Homes" standard...
Completed in 2006, Chartwell School was built to provide a high performance educational environment and to showcase design and...