Energy efficiency programme launched

WSP Environment and Energy and Bayer MaterialScience to collaborate on “state-of-the-art” solutions

WSP Environment and Energy and Bayer MaterialScience AG have signed an agreement to collaborate on the development of energy-efficient buildings, as part of the EcoCommercial Building Programme.

Aiming to integrate green building design, the programme will grant construction and design decision-makers access to leading experts and state-of-the-art solutions – custom-tailored to the region and across the entire range of applications from analysis and planning to energy efficient building material and technology suppliers.

The programme will specifically target architects, project developers and construction companies, property developers and real estate portfolio managers of large companies and organisations, such as supermarket or fast food chains and hospitals, for example.

“Using our management-based approach to the planning, design and implementation phases of a project’s life cycle, we deliver appropriate, affordable and workable solutions across a broad spectrum of industry sectors”, says Kent Pedersen, managing director for WSP Middle East.

“Therefore we are a perfect match to the EcoCommercial Building Programme’s holistic approach to increase the sustainability and value of green buildings.” WSP Environment and Energy provides advice on all aspects of environmental, energy, sustainability, climate change, and business risk issues.







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