• 27 January 2016

Waterman project shortlisted in 2016 BREEAM Awards

We are delighted that the new London United States Embassy building has been shortlisted for the 2016 BREEAM awards recognising that the building is one of the top five scoring buildings in the Mixed Use & Other BREEAM category.

Our Waterman Infrastructure & Environment team is proud to be the BREEAM (AP) assessors for the project and the building which achieved a BREEAM Outstanding rating.

For further information about our BREEAM services and how we can help you achieve outstanding sustainability performance on your projects please contact Emily.Low@watermangroup.com.

The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on 8th March, at The London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square.

To see the full shortlist, please click here

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