OUR SOLUTIONS

WE ARE SUSTAINABILITY
CONSULTANTS

SUSTAINABLE CONSULTING

Forward-thinking ESG strategies for innovative construction solutions.

SUSTAINABILITY INFRASTRUCTURE

Integrated sustainable designs that set your business up for long-lasting success.

ENERGY ASSESSMENT

Lower your carbon footprint and contribute to a sustainable built environment.

ENVIRONMENT

SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTING

To be sustainable, construction businesses should consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors alongside financial factors before making any investment decisions.

ESG has become more of a priority in both the corporate and investment communities as businesses try to integrate sustainability into their strategies and create meaningful change that benefits everyone.

As a result, many investors have become more purposeful about sustainability and consistently incorporate ESG factors into the investment process alongside traditional financial analysis.

Sustain Quality route to ESG

At Sustain Quality, we understand the unique and complex sustainability challenges within the built environment.

We’ll work within your organisation to plan and execute a successful sustainability strategy by quantifying your carbon baselines and identifying potential solutions.

Sustain Quality will be there at every stage of your sustainability journey, helping you to reduce and track your emissions while measuring progress and steering your strategy forward continuously.

Our approach helps you to target all kinds of emissions that your company creates; known as Scope 1, 2 and 3. These scopes cover greenhouse gas emissions, indirect emissions, and any other emissions that you’re responsible for along your value chain.

Our route to ESG in three steps:

The Survey

The Action Plan

Continuous Improvement

COVER A BROAD RANGE OF CRITERIA

BREEAM ASSESSMENTS

BREEAM assessments help clients manage and mitigate risk through demonstrating sustainable performance during planning, design, construction, operation, or refurbishment, helping to lower running costs, maximise returns through market value, and attract and retain tenants and employees with desirable places to live and work.

Energy

Health & Wellbeing

Innovation

Land Use

Materials

Management

Pollution

Transport

Waste

Water

OUR PROJECTS

SUSTAINABILITY AND COMPLIANCE
CASE STUDIES

We provide a range of integrated services that support planning applications, building regulations and sustainability. Please email us on info@sustainquality.co.uk or call on 01372 438039.

Case study 1

Net Zero Carbon Energy Statement

Calculation of the predicted energy consumption and CO2 emissions

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Sustainable Development

Four stars Home Quality Mark pre-assessment that meets future requirements.

Home Quality Mark

Home Quality Mark

The HQM shows the impact of the proposed development

Breeam In-use Assessment

Breeam In-use Assessment

BREEAM In-use assessment Part 1, for a High Street Office.

Energy Statement

Energy Statement

Energy Statement for a rooftop development of 12..

Eco Audit Assessment

Eco Audit Assessment

A Eco Audit Assessment for a building in use for education purposes..

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How Can WLCA Help Designers Reduce Embodied Carbon Emissions?

9th December 2021|

Sustainability is at the forefront of every building designer’s mind today. And for many, the firm focus is on designing structures that reduce operational emissions; that require less energy to heat; that enhance the indoor [...]

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How the Energy Hierarchy Can Help Reduce Operational Carbon Emissions

9th December 2021|

Buildings represent one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions, and it’s estimated that just under one third of those emissions come from everyday operations. Operational emissions are those that are generated through things [...]

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Why Thermal Analysis Should Be Considered in Early Design

9th December 2021|

Every building will naturally feel cooler in the winter months, and warmer in the summer. However, extreme temperatures could become much more common here in the UK. Climate change is expected to bring fewer but [...]