Low or no irrigation landscaping strategies, water efficient fixtures, water submeters and more to reduce our overall water demand.
From commissioning to energy performance and monitoring refrigerant management, green power and carbon offsets, we take a joined up approach to reducing our energy demand.
Site location considerations include smart growth, surrounding density, access to transit, bicycle facilities and parking / green vehicle strategies.
From the site assessment to creating green open space, to heat island reduction, light pollution and habitat protection. We’re looking for every opportunity to minimize our impact on and integrate nature into our sites.
An overview of our approach to systems thinking, demolition works, materials selection, in-built flexibility, lifecycle strategy, sustainable site selection as well as location & transportation objectives as they relate to green building.
Recycling, construction waste management and both building and product life cycle considerations form part of our materials & resources strategy.
We are committed to following the World Green Building Council Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment that states all buildings within our portfolio should be Net Zero Carbon by 2030 at the latest.
Green & healthy buildings specialist Matt Morley leads the ESG strategy within the Black Mountain Partners team.
Twin & Earth on sustainability at 68 King William Street, London developed by Black Mountain Partners