Watch Allied World project come to life in time lapse video

January 16, 2015

Elementa have recently completed the services design for Allied World’s new prestigious London location at 20 Fenchurch Street, this fit-out over two floors, Levels 18 & 19, has achieved a BREEAM Excellent rating. The time lapse video shows the project from the early stages of site construction right through to the final flourish of the…


Doug Kerr features as latest UK Green Building Council Opinion

November 19, 2014

Doug Kerr, Managing Director, has become the latest member of the UKGBC’s Leaders Network to feature on the website’s News, Views and Opinions on sustainable business practice. Doug’s article “We are all public health professionals” comments on the progression of interdisciplinary collaboration between public health professionals and leaders within the green building movement and the…


WELL Buildings: We’re Already on Board!

October 27, 2014

The WELL Building Standard®, which has been in pilot mode for several years, officially debuts October 20 in New Orleans on the opening end of the US Green Building Council’s Greenbuild conference. Created by Delos, the WELL Building Standard sets performance requirements for all building types (commercial, institutional, residential, core and shell, and tenant improvements)…

Twins help promote Milton Park Business Complex

August 4, 2014

Elementa are proud to be involved in a new modern and innovative office complex at Milton Park, one of Europe’s largest business estates. Complete and ready for the Oxford business market, 101 and 102 Park Drive provides Oxfordshire’s only new Grade A office accommodation in two identical buildings. The symmetry symbolised in the buildings is…

Qatar Foundation Fundamental Science Building

July 14, 2014

Elementa are working closely with global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will on the Qatar Foundation’s new 48,600m2 Fundamental Science Building at Education City in Doha, Qatar. The Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development is a private, non-profit organization that serves the people of Qatar by supporting and operating programs in three core mission…

Doug Kerr & Ed Garrod join the UK Green Building Council’s Leaders Network

June 27, 2014

We are delighted to announce both Managing Director, Doug Kerr and Head of Integrated Design & Sustainability, Ed Garrod have both been accepted into the UK Green Building Council’s Leaders Network. The Leaders Network brings together senior leaders from across the industry to create a unique dialogue around sustainability and business. The acceptance reaffirms Elementa’s…

Changes to Part L

January 28, 2014

Part L Changes From 6th April 2014 Part L 2013 superseded Part L 2010 What does this mean for you? The changes to Part L of the Building Regulations have resulted in a requirement for a further 9% reduction (aggregate) in carbon dioxide emissions in order to achieve Part L compliance, and therefore increase construction…

Doug Kerr becomes BCO Judge

December 10, 2013

We are pleased to announce that Doug Kerr, Managing Director, has been invited to join the British Council of Offices South West of England & South Wales Judging Panel. Doug will join industry leaders  Chris Kimber-Nickelson, Chairman (MEPC), Jason Balls (EPR Architects), Kate Dean (SEGRO) and John Wright (Stride Treglown) to recognise top quality design,…

Ecotone Releases “Integral: Revolutionary Engineering”

December 4, 2013

(Nov. 9, Portland, OR) International Living Future Institute and Integral Group are pleased to announce the publication of Integral: Revolutionary Engineering. These inside stories share the challenges and lessons of many of Integral Group’s transformative designs around the world, including the first net zero lab, the largest net zero museum, Integral’s work with Infosys in India,…

Secretary for Energy and Climate Change Comments on Surbiton Health Center

October 12, 2013

Secretary for Energy and Climate Change, Edward Davey comments on Elementa’s recently completed Surbiton Health Centre project – “there’s a high level of energy efficiency of the buildings coupled with the use of low carbon and renewable electricity – with combined heat and power technology providing heating and hot water in both the health centre…

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