We are thrilled that Bennett Freehill has been shortlisted in the CIBSE Building Performance Awards 2024, Building Performance Consultancy of the Year (up to 50 employees) category.
This award recognises the consultancy that has demonstrated an outstanding contribution to delivering buildings that have high levels of measured building performance and user satisfaction throughout their operating life.
Managing Partner, Cormac Freehill said:
“This is amazing recognition for our team. To be recognised alongside the best in our industry is fantastic reward for the innovative work we do, not only to improve the performance and safety of buildings but also in creating a safe and mentally healthy working environment for staff, clients and construction colleagues.”
Bennett Freehill’s design standards are exemplified by South West College Erne Campus which displays best practice for public buildings, set against the backdrop of targets to reduce carbon emissions and future policy. Only last week the Erne Campus won the Public Building Award at the Towards Net Zero Ireland Awards 2023, another accolade for its design and sustainability credentials.
“We have significantly invested in training and resources particularly around Net Zero energy design, Passivhaus design and thermal analysis within the business and clients recognise our unique capability to implement sustainable cutting-edge solutions resulting in creating outstanding buildings and positive business benefits.”
Current Net Zero projects include Queens University’s Dublin Road Student Accommodation to Passivhaus Standard, Bessbrook Library Refurbishment to EnerPHit Standard as well as the Loughry and Greenmount Campus Redevelopments to Passivhaus Premium and BREEAM Outstanding.
Please contact the team for more information on our 360 Building Services Engineering Design Service.