Sustainability on the project ran more than just skin deep. It was about simple but crucial decisions, like reusing 2,500m3 of soil and stones excavated from the site to fill behind retaining walls.
This not only reduced waste going off-site, but also decreased transport emissions and saved tens of thousands of pounds.
And it was about responsible sourcing. Using local suppliers and materials. Supporting our contractors to take on apprentices. Capitalising on prefabrication to save time, money and resources…
The result is a building that sits comfortably in its environment: visually and ethically.