The development consists of the major refurbishment of the multi-storey Warburg Institute. The building was originally built in 1957 and designed by Charles Holden as the Warburg Library and today it is affiliated with the University of London. The refurbishment aims to ensure the building is ‘ready for future generations’ whilst restoring the original features of the institute.
JAW Sustainability were appointed by Haworth Tompkins as the SKA Assessor for the development. JAW are working closely with the design team and UCL to help them achieve their aim of a SKA Gold rating.
Architect: Hawroth Tompkins
University College London – 7 Queen Square
JAW Sustainability were appointed by ITC Concepts to provide support to ensure that they achieve the University’s SKA requirements for the refurbishment of 7 Queen Square to provide new teaching and office space on the ground, first and fifth floors. We have been working with the contractors and their sub-contractors to ensure that sustainability is achieved throughout the supply chain.
Client: ITC Concepts
London Borough of Haringey Schools Programme
JAW Sustainability were appointed by Daniel Connal Partnership to assist in the London Borough of Haringey Schools Programme. JAW advised on the BREEAM assessment for 2 schools to provide an initial design, cost plan and RIBA Stage 1 feasibility report.
Client: Daniel Connal Partnership