BREEAM Awards 2022 – Shortlisted

We’re looking forward to next weeks annual BREEAM Awards after two of our projects were shortlisted in the Public Sector Project – Post Construction Award category. The University of Birmingham’s impressive new School of Engineering Building completed in 2021 is part of the newly-created UK Railway Research and Innovation Network (UKRRIN) and includes a full-size setRead More

Russian residential development achieves 2021 BREEAM Award

We are delighted to announce that Building 17, Yevropeyskiy in the Western Siberian city of Tyumen, Russia has been awarded a BREEAM 2021 Award by the BRE at their annual awards ceremony under the ‘Homes Design’ category.  This defining residential project is the first in Russia to achieve an ‘Excellent’ BREEAM accreditation. GWP are thrilledRead More

GWPS leading BREEAM In Use European Portfolio Assessment

In a world first, GWP Project Services are leading the simultaneous BREEAM In Use assessment of 30 operational logistics and distribution facilities across 12 European countries made possible by establishing a collaborative network of BREEAM Assessors across the EU. The BREEAM collaborators, located in countries including France, Spain, The Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Finland and PolandRead More


GWP Project Services are pleased to have recently secured six BREEAM In Use International certificates for leading developer & asset manager MEPC’s primary Leeds based asset – Wellington Place. Following MEPC’s acquisition in 2020 by global funder Federated Hermes, who GWP Project Services have worked with for the last 6 years, Wellington Place was identifiedRead More


November 05, 2020 By now the COVID19 situation within our industry will require no explanation, but we’d like to take this opportunity to reinforce like many others we’ll continue to monitor the situation closely and take sensible, proactive measures to ensure we are well prepared as it evolves. Our strategy is to ensure the healthRead More

First BREEAM Residential Certification in Russia

GWP Project Services are delighted to announce that we have received the Interim BREEAM certificate for Building 17, located in Tyumen, Russia. The scheme has achieved BREEAM ‘Excellent’ at design stage. This is the first BREEAM International assessed Residential building in Russia to meet an ‘Excellent’ rating and also the first building outside of MoscowRead More

HS2’s Interchange station becomes first railway station in the world to get top award for environmentally-friendly design

Our 10th BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ certified building to date and possibly the most challenging and rewarding, we’re delighted to have led the BREEAM assessment process for HS2 Birmingham Interchange Station – the first BREEAM Outstanding certified railway station globally. GWP Project Services worked within the Arup delivery team for the Interchange Station, HS2’s Midlands hub linkingRead More

GWPS collaborate with Forbes Top 5 ranked Russian residential developer Brusnika LLC..

GWP Project Services are delighted to have coordinated and hosted an international delegation of Developers, Architects and Engineers from Forbes Top 5 ranked Russian residential developer Brusnika Design and Engineering who we are currently working with in Tyumen, Russia. Alongside attendance at Futurebuild, we arranged a strategic business development meeting with BREEAM at their global headquartersRead More


GWP Project Services are delighted to have been named as part of the Arup team to provide BREEAM and sustainability consultancy for the lucrative first phase High Speed 2 (HS2) Birmingham Interchange Station believed to be around £70m in construction value. HS2 Ltd have established clear requirements in terms of their sustainability objectives and GWP’sRead More


The Bombay Sapphire Distillery and Visitor Centre has been recognised at the Annual Civic Trust Awards, winning this years Special Award For Sustainability. The scheme was also awarded a building commendation award at the ceremony held at the Guildhall, Winchester on Friday 10th March. The winning scheme created new premises, within an existing Victorian millRead More