Blewburton provided Part L2B of the Building Regulations assessment for a motorbike showroom extension despite this not having been a consideration during the build.
This project involved supplying the final ‘As-Built’ paperwork and Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) under Part L2A of the Building Regulations assessment for a new veterinary practice building, though a SBEM calculation.
Blewburton undertook the SAP calculations and supplied Part L1B consultation for the conversion of a 1980s office block into 12 apartments over three floors in the Berkshire town of Wokingham.
Despite initial Fabric Energy Efficiency calculations not appearing positive, Blewburton helped the builder to work with the ICF supplier, bespoke Y-values for non-repeat thermal bridges and the final construction gained a strong compliance under Part L.
This project involved undertaking the SAP calculations and EPCs for the three phase development of a new housing estate in West Oxfordshire comprising 97 dwellings, for a well know local house building company.
Blewburton undertook the SAP calculations and supplied the London Plan Energy Report for a development of five houses and twenty-two apartments on a site in West London.
Blewburton modelled a representative sample of units in SAP and SBEM software to develop a picture of the 71-flat site’s performance. This allowed the design team to settle on a cost effective and efficient construction.
Blewburton Ltd undertook the SAP calculations and supplied the Energy Performance Certificates for 327 apartments in Central London.
Blewburton was involved from the outset with Phase One of the renovation of an estate in a five phase project.
This dwelling was previously office space and has a Grade II star listing which limited the options available for delivering the BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment (2014) rating of ‘Very Good’ required by the Local Planning Authority.