Environmental best practice focuses on design to enhance worker productivity and satisfaction while reducing demand on the environment. Using sustainable materials, making environmentally conscious choices and employing energy-saving technologies are now fundamental requirements of office design.
We work closely with our clients to achieve a sustainable office design and fit-out but also any relevant accreditations to validate the initial efforts in creating a green workplace. This helps our clients continue their journey towards environmental excellence, beyond the fit-out project itself.
Fourfront Group has identified five steps to help you achieve recognition for your hard work in achieving a successfully sustainable office fit out or refurbishment project.
Gaining an environmental accreditation for your project will contribute to significantly improving the environmental performance of your workspace. It can also help with recruitment and business development.
We can calculate the carbon footprint of your project by measuring the emissions created during the fit-out or refurbishment process and then work with you to offset the resulting emissions. Find out how.
Diverting waste from landfill benefits the local community and helps enhance your green credentials. We can arrange for materials to be reused in your local schools, allotments or community projects.
Winning awards for sustainable office design, fit-out and refurbishment projects validates your ongoing commitment towards sustainability. We work closely with you from the planning stages to completion and beyond to ensure your office complies with environmental regulations and you have all the relevant information for award submission
There is no better way to promote the sustainability of your project than inviting people in to see it. We have found this to be very effective for clients, especially when they host events before and after the works.