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Nottingham Trent University – Accelerating Carbon Savings

Nottingham Trent University (NTU) operates across three main sites and provides award winning facilities to over 26,000 students. It has attained an outstanding reputation for its approach to environmental management and ranks in the top 10 of the People and Planet University League. In order to achieve their stretching carbon reduction targets, NTU wanted to …Read more

King’s College London – Delivering major estates improvements

King's College London Delivering Major Estates Improvements

King’s College London is a research-led University, based in the heart of the capital. A £1 billion redevelopment programme is transforming the College estate and since 1999 over half the University’s activities have been relocated to new and refurbished buildings. To support this major period of change LCMB worked with the King’s Estates team to review …Read more

University of Birmingham – Strengthening Health, Safety & Technical Compliance

University of Birmingham – Strengthening Health, Safety & Technical Compliance

The University of Birmingham has been a centre of research, innovation and learning excellence for over a century.  It operates a large and complex estate and as part of its commitment to delivering a safe environment for all its users, the University’s Estates Directorate commissioned a comprehensive review of health and safety working practices. This …Read more

King’s College London – Green ICT

King’s College London – Gaining Energy Savings from PFI Contracts

King’s College London is the largest centre for the education of healthcare professionals in Europe and its ground breaking research and teaching facilities have complex estate service requirements. King’s identified Information & Communications Technology (ICT) as a major area of energy consumption and an important target for CO2 reduction. Work was required to pinpoint current …Read more

Birmingham Airport Energy Champions – Behaviour Change Programme

Birmingham Airport Step Change Energy Saving Programme LCMB

Birmingham Airport (BHX) is one of the UK’s busiest airports, catering for over 9 million passengers per year. Energy is one of their largest controllable costs and the airport wanted to bring about a step change in the way that energy was managed, with a particular focus on behaviour change. Work to embed energy efficient behaviours …Read more

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