Royal Russell School’s new Girls Day & Boarding House in Croydon - a recently completed project - has achieved its target receiving a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’ reflecting excellent environmental, social and economic sustainability performance, shortly after its opening.
The BREEAM rating considered a range of factors including the building’s life cycle, low-carbon construction methods and sustainably sourced raw materials, operational energy and water use, and indoor air quality.
Paul Hodges, MCS’s Managing Director, said: “The sustainable design of the building created by BHM Architects highlights how we can help our clients achieve their sustainability aims, through the projects we deliver. Achieving this target is something that the whole team can all be proud of.
“As a responsible business, MCS works hard to deliver its projects as sustainably as possible. This ethos was very much at the heart of the whole project team and I pass my thanks to: BHM Architects, Harrabin Consultancy, Kestrel Mechanical Services and Chalbrook Services.”