Construction Carbon

Independent carbon performance scoring and verification for construction, making Net Zero accessible to anyone undertaking a building project.
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A simple, credible and standardised process for reducing and offsetting the embodied carbon of construction projects.

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For developers

Make your buildings more valuable and solve your embodied carbon problem once and for all.
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For Financiers

Confidently make third-party accreditation a simple tick box on your funding terms.
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For ASSESSORs

Reduce the uncertainty around preparing and comparing whole life carbon assessments.

Our partners

CLIENT Testimonials

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“This is a solution we have been looking for for ages. As we work more with Construction Carbon, we can tailor our spec and understand further how to become more sustainable by using alternative materials and offsetting residual emissions”

Peter Schofield, Field Day Developments
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"Working with Construction Carbon was both easy and educational. They turned what initially seemed like a complex process into a seamless one due to good communication throughout the process. We look forward to the next project with them."

Joe Gillam, Soul Spaces
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"At Nylo homes we considered several options to reduce our carbon impact before meeting Construction Carbon who provide an excellent, straightforward and transparent service. We are committed to building all our new homes carbon neutral. They play a significant part by allowing us to make this commitment. We care about the climate, our planet and the future and we have no doubt our clients do too."

Gary House, Nylo Homes

How THE PROCESS works

Carbon Score™, Carbon reduction & verification platform for the building industry.
Your carbon score is created in 4 steps
Step 1
ASSess
Step 2
Reduce
Step 3
Offset
Step 4
Report

In the news

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March 18, 2022
Pere News

Logistics Capital Partners on Building a cleaner future

The logistics sector has a big opportunity to make a difference by making warehouses carbon neutral – and even carbon positive -- believe Logistics Capital Partners co-founders James Markby and Kristof Verstraeten

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March 4, 2022
The Global Legal Post

Slaughter and May selects five climate tech-focused startups for the latest tech incubator cohort

The Magic Circle firm has underlined its commitment to dealing with climate change by selecting five climate tech-focused startups for Fast Forward's fifth edition

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March 4, 2022
The Royal Institution

Royal Institution welcomes new funding to accelerate climate change innovation

The Royal Institution has welcomed the donation of £2.5m from HSBC UK, to Imperial College London, to fund a new cleantech accelerator for green start-ups

Case studies

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Lonsdale Road, London

NW Works

Two London warehouse refurbishments by Akoya London.
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St Sampson, Guernsey

Rock Health

A new health club converted from a 10 pin bowling alley in The Channel Islands.
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Bergamo, Italy

Cividate al Piano

Logistics Capital Partners new logistics distribution centre now occupied by Amazon.
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St Peter Port, Guernsey

Royal Terrace

Conversion of an empty shell into a contemporary office.
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Talbot Wood, Bournemouth

Greenfields

A nine unit new build apartment block.

RESOURCES

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April 8, 2022

Interview with the Expert: A discussion with Naveed Chaudhry, Co-Founder & Head of The Greenhouse at the Centre for Climate Change Innovation

What does it take to win a place on one of London’s top climate-change accelerators?
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April 6, 2022

Why is Wood So Good?

The Beauty of Timber in Construction
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April 4, 2022

White Paper

How carbon emissions from the built environment can be controlled and mitigated by a government endorsed voluntary certification programme.
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March 9, 2022

Interview with Amie Shuttleworth

In the first of a new series of interviews for the Construction Carbon blog, we caught up with Amie Shuttleworth, Founder and Director of sustainability consultancy Shuttleworth Waite Limited.
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March 9, 2022

UK politicians are not moving fast enough to regulate embodied carbon emissions

The Government’s recent uplift to building regulations Part L has fuelled disappointment across the construction sector. The UKGBC’s reaction came as: “details missing which could and should have clarified what more will be done to deliver net zero buildings by 2050”.
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