Skanska's business in the United Kingdom provides a range of construction services for private and public sector clients. We also build high specification Green projects.
Skanska conducted 35 carbon footprints in 2011 to benchmark project carbon emissions and to help identify low-carbon project options, which can result in project carbon and financial savings.
HMP Thameside is a prison in southeast London, which included the first ever prison living unit to achieve BREEAM (BRE Environmental Assessment Method) Outstanding, and nine other buildings that achieved BREEAM Excellent.
The M25 widening set new standards for highway projects in terms of resource efficiency, embodied carbon, public relations, biodiversity and sustainable drainage solutions. The project has been recognized by a number of industry awards and realized significant efficiency-related financial savings.
Skanska UK's Rashleigh Weatherfoil divisional head office at Hollywood House in Woking was redeveloped into a highly sustainable workplace that was designed to achieve LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Commercial Interiors Platinum certification.
The Surrey Street Lighting PFI (Private Finance Initiative) involves modernizing the County of Surrey’s entire street lighting system to provide higher quality and more efficient street lighting over a 25-year period.
Skanska uses carbon footprinting tools to benchmark the carbon emissions of highway projects and to help identify low-carbon project options.
Skanska uses carbon footprinting tools to benchmark the carbon emissions of building projects and to help identify low-carbon project options.
Dashwood House is an office building in central London that was redeveloped and modernized, between 2007 and 2008, into a BREEAM (BRE Environmental Assessment Method) Excellent’ building by incorporating energy efficiency features, solar water heating and rainwater harvesting.
The Anglian Water Asset Management Plan (AMP) involves the upgrade of existing sewage and water treatment infrastructure throughout the Anglian region in accordance with water industry requirements and high standards of sustainability.
St Bartholomew’s (Barts) and the Royal London Hospitals in London are being redeveloped into state-of-the-art facilities as part of a PFI (Private Finance Initiative) led by a consortium including Skanska, which has integrated sustainability into all stages of the project.