A simple guide to reducing the cost of compliance
We have put together a guide for Site Managers working on schemes that are targeting a BREEAM rating as Site Managers directly underpin about 10% of the BREEAM score and beyond this up to 20% of the score indirectly relates to Site Activities. Given this the we have showcased …
How can we help to ensure that Site Managers understand & implement BREEAM obligations?
It’s not uncommon that we hear a site manager say …
“ sure, I’m familiar with BREEAM, I have just left a project using BREEAM 2008 ”
… when during that construction period the manuals have had two iterations and updates resulting in different requirements. We have outlined in the download document below how to ensure these valuable credits can be achieved.
What is the issue?
In our experience, there are two main reasons/drivers which breed non-compliance during the construction phase of a project:
- The BREEAM site-related obligations are seldom fully translated from the Pre-Construction to Site Team.
- The BREEAM manuals and standards are constantly evolving and being updated.