Code Green can provide BREEAM Office Assessments as part of our range of BREEAM Services.
We have worked on many office projects and have the experience necessary to review and improve the environmental performance of office developments using the BREEAM Offices assessment methodology.
BREEAM Assessments can be carried out on both new and existing office buildings – non occupied or occupied, as follows:
- New build or refurbishment: design and procurement
- Existing occupied offices: Management and Operation.
Code Green can carry out assessments on a range of office spaces:
- On single and multiple storey buildings, either on a whole building basis or on part of a building occupied by one tenant.
- Mixed use developments where the office is easily divisible from the remaining part of the development.
- Speculative offices where the tenant(s) is (are) unknown.
Code Green can provide BREEAM Retail Assessments as part of our range of BREEAM Services.
BREEAM Retail can be used to carry out environmental assessments for most types of retail development, and for a number of different stakeholders ranging from developers to individual tenants, managing agents and landlords.
Assessments can be carried out on single units or whole developments at four different stages in the building life cycle:
- New Build.
- Major Refurbishment.
- Tenant fit-out.
- Existing building (occupied): called ‘Management and Operation’ assessment.
There are normally two stages to assessments:
- Design & Procurement – To be conducted during the design stages of a new build or major refurbishment project to ascertain what rating the design will achieve.
- Post Construction Review – Conducted once D&P and construction is complete with the aim to seek confirmation that the items specified within the Design & Procurement Assessment were implemented during construction.
Code Green can provide BREEAM Industrial Assessments as part of our range of BREEAM Services. This version of BREEAM can be used to assess building developments that are designed for the following:
- Storage and distribution warehouses: covers buildings used for non-retail storage / distribution including cold food storage.
- Light industrial/factory units: covers light industrial type uses such as manufacturing, assembly, packaging, etc. and includes small starter units.
- Workshops: covers manual workshops, repair areas and vehicle workshops.
We are able to perform BREEAM Industrial Assessments for the following stages:
- Design & Procurement – To be conducted during the design stages of a project to ascertain what rating the design will achieve.
- Post Construction Review – Conducted once design and construction is complete with the aim to seek confirmation that the items specified within the Design & Procurement Assessment were implemented during construction.
- Post Construction Assessment – This is basically all the information in the above two stages established after build has completed. We would never usually recommend this route as its very unforgiving and many key stages or crucial information could be missed or lacking. This option should only be entertained as a last resort.