Posted on July 8th, 2010
PROjEN Demonstrate their Commitment to BREEAM
PROjEN, the specialist engineering project management company have recently held a BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology) workshop at their business premises in Preston Brook, Cheshire. The workshop was attended by PROjEN’s Managers, Project Managers and Designers. The objective of the workshop was to highlight and reinforce the importance of incorporating specific techniques and tools into the detail of buildings being designed on behalf of PROjEN’s clients.
BREEAM has been used for more than 10 years to assess and optimise the environmental performance of new buildings at the design stage and is being increasingly used by client’s concerned about the environmental impacts of their buildings. It provides a transparent label of performance used by designers to distinguish and specify buildings which embrace environmental best practice in their design and procurement.
As a company who are committed to the personal development of their staff and sustaining long term business relationships with their clients, PROjEN continually strive to assess the training requirements of their employees. PROjEN realised the importance of BREEAM in the service they supply to their clients; PROjEN’s Managing Director Martin Seabrook comments:
“The BREEAM workshop will help PROjEN’s employees to minimise the environmental impact by ensuring sustainable best practices are in place while also lowering their clients’ costs through energy efficiency”.
PROjEN has a diverse client base which includes a substantial number of large blue chip organisations and the company’s record for client retention is exceptional. This workshop and recognition of BREEAM will help ensure PROjEN continues to be its client’s project management company of choice.