The shortlist for the 2011 Green Awards is now published. The awards ceremony will take place at the Burlington Hotel on Thursday, April 14th 2011.Scott Tallon Walker Architects has been shortlisted in two categories.
In the Green Building Award category, we have been shortlisted for the Department Of The Environment Decentralised Offices, Wexford and the Point Vilage. Populous & Scott Tallon Walker Architects have been shortlisted for Aviva Stadium.
Scott Tallon Walker Architects has also been shortlisted for The Green Professional Services Award.
The aim of the Green Awards is to celebrate excellence in sustainability and to encourage green best practice amongst organisations and individuals.
The awards are in 7 categories that broadly reflect an organisations commitment to sustainability, it's key sustainability aspects (waste, energy, chemicals), innovation for sustainbility and the entrants influence on engaging it's supply chain in sustainability programs.
The promotion of environmental sustainability within our practice is one of the key principles central to our philosophy and design approach. The realization of responsible, dynamic, and environmental design is, we believe, central to the creation of healthy, uplifting buildings and environments that benefits us all as a global community.
In 2010 Scott Tallon Walker Architects were awarded certification for their Environmental Management System in compliance with ISO 14001:2004 in the Dublin, Cork Galway and London offices including both design responsibility as well as our office management. Scott Tallon Walker Architects were the first major Architectural Practice to achieve this certification in Ireland.
Staff at Scott Tallon Walker Architects are Qualified Assessors in BREEAM and are Qualified Members of BER (Buildings Energy Rating) and IBEM (Irish Building Energy Model).
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