Sustainable Development Goals
BREEAM In-Use is an online, international, environmental assessment methodology for independent, third party assessment and certification of a building’s operational performance. This relates to BREEAM USA as well the international standard.
The New Construction standards can be used to assess the design, construction, intended use and future-proofing of new building developments, including the local, natural or manmade environment surrounding the building.
Refurbishment & Fit Out
The BREEAM Refurbishment and Fit Out (RFO) standard enables real estate investors, developers and building owners to assess and mitigate sustainability-related impacts during the design and works of a refurbishment.
CEEQUAL Version 6 combines the legacy and track record of CEEQUAL with new thinking from BREEAM. It brings together the best of both schemes and challenges projects to deliver better outcomes in infrastructure sustainability.
The Home Quality Mark (HQM) is an independently assessed certification scheme for new homes. It awards certificates with a simple star rating for the standard of a home’s design, construction and sustainability.
BREEAM Communities International is a simple and flexible route to improving, measuring and certifying the sustainability of large-scale development plans. It provides a framework to support planners, local authorities, developers and investors through the masterplanning process, before embarking on procurement, detailed building level design and construction.