Is your project registered to be certified by the Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) scheme? If so, Redmore Environmental and our Indoor Air Quality Consultants can help your project to achieve credits and reach a desired BREEAM rating. Take a look through our specialist BREEAM Indoor Air Quality Assessment services to find out more.

BREEAM Indoor Air Quality Assessment Services

The criteria of BREEAM Health and Wellbeing sub category Hea 02 ‘Indoor Air Quality’ requires the knowledge of an Indoor Air Quality Consultant in order to help demonstrate compliance with the relevant targets and achieve associated credits. Our team at Redmore Environmental can assist with all aspects of Hea 02 ‘Indoor Air Quality’ and our services include:

  • Preparation of a site-specific Indoor Air Quality Plan;
  • Detailed review of proposed building ventilation arrangements and associated alarms;
  • Detailed review of potential emissions associated with finishing materials utilised as part of construction and fit out works; and,
  • Post-construction Indoor Air Quality Testing.

If your project requires an indoor air quality service not listed above, then please do not hesitate to get in touch with a member of our team who can discuss your requirements in more detail or visit our Indoor Air Quality Testing services page.

Why Should a Project Seek Credits Associated with Hea 02 ‘Indoor Air Quality’?

The internal environment of new structures, or refurbished buildings, although newly developed can pose a health risk to occupants. This can occur as a result of the emission of harmful pollutants from materials utilised as part of the construction, fit out and finishing works, such as paints and furnishings. In addition, improperly designed ventilation strategies can lead to a build-up of airborne compounds. Collectively these issues can cause a deterioration in the quality of internal air and lead to adverse health effects for those exposed. Achieving the criteria set out in Hea 02 ‘Indoor Air Quality’ facilitates an active approach to reducing internal pollutant concentrations during design, construction and completion of a scheme. This minimises emissions and potential exposure to harmful indoor pollutants and improves the internal environment of a development and most importantly, the health and well being of its occupants.

For further information on the most recent BREEAM guidance why not read our news story on the release.

Air Quality Experts

Redmore Environmental has substantial experience in the provision of BREEAM Indoor Air Quality Assessment related services and is able to address all elements of Hea 02 ‘Indoor Air Quality’. We have supported a wide range of BREEAM projects within the commercial and industrial sectors, including health centres, office buildings and laboratories.

Please get in touch with a member of our team today to find out more about how we can help with the indoor air quality aspect of your BREEAM development or visit our case studies to review recently completed projects such as XYZ Building, Spinningfields, Manchester.

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