Sustainability assessments

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Our highly accredited sustainable standards and delivery of projects have been praised by some of the world’s most recognised awarding bodies and trade publications, including BREEAM, Construction News, Greenbuild, Building Magazine and RICS.


BREEAM is sustainability assessment method that is employed all over the world to assess how sustainable a building is across a range of categories such as energy, waste, pollution, materials and management. Speller Metcalfe holds the achievement for the highest rated BREEAM building in the world.


The Multi-Comfort concept has been developed by Saint Gobain to hollistically look at a building – not only how sustainable it is, but how it can affect our health and wellbeing, making it as comfortable as possible for the end user. Speller Metcalfe delivered the world’s first Multi-Comfort project, Bartholomew Barn.

SKA rating

Operated by RICS, SKA rating is an environmental assessment tool for sustainable fit-outs, with contractors using the method to carry out environmental performance assessments of a project. These include both an informal self-assessment and formal RICS accredited assessment.