Passive House Expertise Goes from Strength to Strength

Passive House Expertise Goes from Strength to Strength

We have strengthened our Passive House (Passivhaus) credentials with our second in-house Passive House designer. 

Architect Daniel Postill undertook training to become an accredited Passivhaus Designer following the recent accreditation of Mark Hayton.

Passivhaus is a leading international design standard for improving the energy efficiency of buildings and reducing the building’s ecological footprint. It results in ultra-low energy buildings that require little energy for space heating or cooling.

In 2021, Bowman Riley set out our ambitions to achieve carbon net zero by 2030 in line with the RIBA’s 2030 Climate Challenge. One of our key areas of focus to achieve carbon reduction has been the training and development of our people.  

Senior Associate, April Marsden heads up our drive towards carbon net zero and comments on our latest achievement:

“We are thrilled that we can support Daniel’s ambitions.  As our second Passivhaus Designer. Daniel is excited to start putting his qualifications into practice on a range of upcoming projects across the UK”.

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