Energy Assessment Case Studies

Greenwich Peninsular London- Apartment blocks

The Project : Three blocks of apartments as part of the major new development for London. The plots are located in the Southern Quarter, Peninsula Riverside.

MEP Consultant: Foreman Roberts


Eurotunnel Passenger Terminal

Client : Eurotunnel

The Project : The Passenger Terminal in Folkestone, Kent, now named Victor Hugo Building, is the point at which vehicles start or complete their journey through the Channel Tunnel. The management wanted to identify ways to improve energy efficiency


Unison Headquarters, London

Client : Foreman Roberts, Building Services Consultants

The Project : £73m headquarters development covering an area of 4,800m2. Listed as one of the best buildings in London in 2011.


4-6 Balham Hill, London

The Project: Achieve level 3 of the Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH) for this £9m new construction of 64 mixed private / social housing apartments across 2 blocks.


Juxon House, Oxford

Client : Lucy properties

The Project : Juxon House in Oxford was an award-winning refurbishment project, with four luxury penthouses grafted on to the top floor.


Grantham House, Oxford

The Project : Grantham House involved the complete refurbishment and extension of a 1960’s Local Authority-built sheltered housing scheme to form 27 apartments and two family houses. It was important to the developers that both the appearance and the energy efficiency of the building were improved.

Architect: Riach Architects


Wembley Park Hilton Hotel

Main Contractor: John Sisk

M&E Consultants: Foreman Roberts

The Project:

361-room four-star Hilton Hotel as part of the phase one of the Wembley Park project. Featuring conference rooms, a ballroom, leisure club, a 250-seat restaurant and a ‘skybar’ with terrace.

Architect:The Manser Practice


Jack Straws Lane, Oxford

The Project : This high-quality contemporary replacement dwelling is situated in Headington, Oxford. The design seeks to deliver a home that embraces and engages its site and performs to a high level both functionally and sustainably.

Architect: Spratley Studios