Buildings from across Europe, including the UK, Czech Republic, France, Norway, Romania and Sweden are all on the shortlist for this year’s BREEAM Awards.
Included on the list are the UK’s most innovatively sustainable buildings, from factories to city towers, shops to homes, schools to hospitals. Nominated under “Offices; New Construction” is One Pancras Square, with its prime location at the gateway to the King’s Cross development.
There are also BREEAM Awards for the most successful BREEAM assessors and assessor organisation, and for those introducing BREEAM into countries where it has not previously operated.
An independent judging panel chaired by Alan Yates of BREEAM, and comprising architect Bill Gething, Claudine Blamey of The Crown Estate, Alan Cole of the Home Office, Mike Smith of BSRIA, Louise Sunderland of the UK Green Building Council and Thomas Lane of Ecobuild and Building Magazine will select the winners.
The BREEAM Awards 2015 ceremony will take place on Tuesday 3 March at the London Marriott Hotel.