Three wins at the BREEAM Awards

10 March 2020

We're thrilled to announce that we won three awards at last week's BREEAM Awards 2020.

Our three awards were for:

  • 'Public Use - Post Construction' for LSE Centre Buildings, which achieved 'Excellent' at design stage but went on to achieve 'Outstanding' Post Construction with a score of 88.9%.
  • 'Public Use - Design Stage' for University of Portsmouth Sports Centre, which achieved 'Outstanding' with a score of 89% at Design Stage and is targetting becoming the UK's first 'Outstanding' sports centre.
  • One of three, global 'BREEAM Assessor of the Year' awards for Neil Cogan, who was recognised by the BRE for his consistently high performing projects over the last year.

Nightingale Primary School was also shortlisted in the 'Public Use - Post Construction' category, having achieved BREEAM 'Outstanding' with a score of 85.9%.

"It is fantastic to see Neil's experience, hard work and delivery recognised like this. Congratulations to all - internally and externally - who worked on these projects and contributed to their success."
Hero Bennett, Sustainability Leader
"It is an honour to be named as one of the BREEAM Assessors of the Year and I am delighted that some truly exemplar projects have been recognised. Our achievements at the BREEAM 2020 Awards are a reflection of the ambitious and engaged project teams we have had the privilege of working with this past year, and the fantastic team we have here at Max Fordham, in helping these and other projects achieve their challenging aspirations."
- Neil Cogan, Sustainability Assessor
You can see the full winners' brochure here.

Centre Building, LSE © Joas Souza

University of Portsmouth Sports Facility © FaulknerBrowns

Neil Cogan, Sustainability Assessor - one of three BREEAM Assessors of the Year

Featured Project

Centre Building, LSE