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2017-04-11

Elementa are on a mission, to Fix London’s Broken Energy Policy. The campaign led by Clara Bagenal George, this year’s UKGBC’s Rising Star winner, seeks to influence positive change in the next iteration of the GLA’s carbon policy. In this month’s CIBSE Journal, Clara explains her call to action and why we urgently need performance-led policy, based on metrics that drive net zero energy projects.… Read more⇒

2017-04-10

Next month welcomes the return of Green Sky Thinking, London’s week long events programme for the built environment and property professionals of which Elementa are delighted to be selected to host an event for the 3rd consecutive year. This year our breakfast presentation ‘The New Fitwel Standard - A Journey Shared’ will explore our recent certification as Europe’s first 2-Star Fitwel rated workplace. Fitwel is… Read more⇒

2017-03-30

Elementa Consulting are contributing to a major ‘citizen science’ study of air pollution in the UK, curated by King’s College London and Friends of the Earth. The project’s goal is to map pollution across the country by deploying thousands of Clean Air Kits to monitor pollution levels in the places that matter to citizens. Air pollution is a serious problem in London, with the last… Read more⇒

2017-03-22

We are delighted to announce we have recently been shortlisted into the final 5 for the National Centre of Diversity, ‘Most Improved Organisation of the Year 2017 Award’. Based in Leeds, the centre aims to advance equality, diversity and inclusion for all, working with companies to identify needs and suggest and guide programmes for organisations to encourage inclusion and happy, healthy workplaces. Despite just missing… Read more⇒

2017-03-14

Elementa has been appointed on a phase of London and Quadrant’s Barking Riverside redevelopment, one of the largest and most significant new residential hubs in London. The ambitious new scheme will create around 11,000 homes on the development which is being built on a 180-hectare brownfield site on the northern banks of the River Thames. Until the 1990s, it was home to three power stations… Read more⇒

2017-02-23

Elementa Consulting (a member of Integral Group) is delighted to announce Clara Bagenal George has won the UK Green Building Council, Rising Star award - a massive achievement. Clara is an environmental design engineer at Elementa and won the award for her above and beyond achievements in helping reduce carbon emissions, both through her professional work and personal achievements. Competition for the prestigious award was stiff, and over… Read more⇒

2017-01-11

Integral Group are industry leading advocates for health and wellbeing for building users, their communities and the planet. In every project we make the case for ‘deep green engineering’ strategies to improve occupant comfort, air quality, lighting, local control and make the most of connections to the natural world. The new Fitwel Standard provides a new opportunity for us to assess our work environment and… Read more⇒

2016-12-21

As 2016 draws to a close we reflect on another year of successful growth and are delighted to announce a significant number of promotions in the UK. The talented people below will no doubt shine even brighter in 2017 and, as is the Elementa way, nurture others to do likewise. So , congratulations to: David Barker – Associate Principal David Glossop – Principal Debbie Halifax… Read more⇒

2016-12-16

Edward Garrod, Elementa’s Head of Sustainability is now officially a Fitwel Ambassador – most likely the first in Europe – having passed the Fitwel Ambassadors Exam. Fitwel was developed by GSA and the CDC in the USA, and is administered by the Center for Active Design. It is a cost-effective, high-impact building certification standard that optimizes building occupant health and productivity through targeted improvements to… Read more⇒

2016-11-24

The ‘Residential Construction Network and Education Construction Network Conference’ is a major two day event exploring a range of topics within the education and housing sector. This years theme of ‘home and away’ included a plethora of thought provoking sessions, where speakers discussed the design and construction of homes and communities abroad, looking at the influences they derive from UK models as well as how… Read more⇒

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