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Wrexham - BREEAM HEA05 Acoustic Performances - 01978 633 079

The counties covered by this office are:
, Denbighshire, Wrexham County, Conwy County, Flintshire, Gwynedd County,

Phone Number: 01978 633 079 Email: wrexham@e2consultants.co.uk

What Does BREEAM Stand For?

First published by the Building Reseearch Establishment (BRE) in 1990 covering buildings across Wrexham, BREEAM stands for Building Research Establishment's Enviromental Assement Method.

What Are The Benefits of BREEAM?

BREEAM aims to show that by building with the local area in mind, though capital costs may increase, you should save on operational costs in the long-term. This limits investor costs and makes the building more attractive when it comes to selling.

It's the hope that the BREEAM assessment will help building owners and designers improve their carbon footprint across Wrexham and make better use of their resources. A BREEAM certification is a way of validating how good a building is in terms of the environmental impact through a globally recognised standard.

Book Your BREEAM Assessment

Call one of your BREEAM assessors in Wrexham on 01978 633 079 or email breeam@e2consultants.co.uk for further information or to book your BREEAM assessment.

How Is BREEAM Assessed?

Covering a range of environmental issues in Wrexham, BREEAM looks at a building's impact on transport, waste, energy, health, water, pollution, materials, management and ecology to assess whether a building is Outstanding, Excellent, Very Good, Good or a Pass. Covering more than 50 countries and 250,000 buildings, BREEAM's aim is to educate building owners, designers and occupants about their impact on the local area.

How To Achieve BREEAM Excellence

To achieve an Excellent score in Wrexham you'll need to score 70% or above where an Outstanding rating is for 85% and up. To just pass the assessment the building will need to score 30% or above with anything lower marked as Unclassified.

What Is A BREEAM Rating?

The BREEAM ratings for a new, non-domestic building in Wrexham are:

  • Pass: standard good practice (top 75%)
  • Good: intermediate good practice (top 50%)
  • Very Good: advanced good practice (top 25%)
  • Excellent: best practice (top 10%)
  • Outstanding: innovator (top 1%)

It used to be that 'Good' was the maximum level that could be achieved with 100% being the maximum score in Wrexham from a BREEAM assessment. However, in 2008, a new 'Outstanding' category was added - although the percentages required for each level remained the same.

Our other services include:
Sustainability Statements, Environmental Noise, Commercial EPCs, Room Integrity Testing, Acoustic Testing, Asbestos Surveys, Workplace Noise, Display Energy Certificates, SBEM Calculations (BER/TER), DSM / Thermal Modelling, Fire Risk Assessment, Commercial Air Testing, Part E / BB93, Thermal,

BREEAM HEA05 Acoustic Performances can also be known as:
BREEAM HEA04 Thermal Comfort, BREEAM HEA03 Thermal Comfort, BREEAM Credit Report, BREEAM HEA01 Daylight Calculation, BREEAM HEA01 Visual Comfort, BREEAM Assessment, BREEAM,

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