LCRW Architects, based in Aberystywth, were the first company to receive our training on BREEAM (Buildings Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) and Code for Sustainable Homes. As Reegen are members of the Institute for Continuing Professional Development, we are pleased that the training also contributed to their Continuing Professional Development.
Janet Sanders, Director of Reegen, feels that there is a gap of appreciation and understanding of the issues, costs and timescales that projects may encounter when going down the BREEAM / CSH route. These workshops provide an informal but important way of helping architects, planners, developers and other construction professionals get up to speed.
Rory Wilson of LCRW Architects said...
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