• 23 January 2014

Honeypark wins top Environment Award at the SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards

The prestigious Honeypark residential development in Dun Laoghaire has won the award for best Environment project at the SEAI in its 2013 Awards.

The development was lauded by SEAI for the provision of high quality energy efficient homes with low running costs for homeowners.

The scheme includes high efficiency boilers coupled with a group heating scheme, superior levels of insulation resulting in the homes achieving an A3 rating, high levels of airtightness and solar heating panels. Average annual energy bills for the residents are only €400.

Waterman Moylan worked closely with developer Cosgrave, architect MCORM and the other members of the design team throughout the design and construction stages of the project, adopting a collaborative approach and with the attention to detail necessary to achieve the quality of building that has been delivered at Honeypark.

For further details contact Pat Opdebeeck (p.opdebeeck@waterman-moylan.ie)

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