University of Leeds appoint CPW for new showcase energy research building

The University of Leeds is building a new state-of-the-art 3400 m2 Energy Research Building and has awarded sustainability experts, Couch Perry & Wilkes a contract for the complete design of the £2.8m mechanical and electrical, and above ground services. The overall project is valued at £7.9 million and will be completed by July 2011. The … Continue reading University of Leeds appoint CPW for new showcase energy research building

Diocese of Worcester turn to CPW for eco-vicarages

The current emphasis on energy conservation and the use of Low and Zero Carbon (LZC) technologies for new builds is being embraced by the Church of England.  Birmingham-based Couch Perry & Wilkes has been appointed to provide environmental building services design advice for three new Eco-vicarages by The Diocese of Worcester. These environmentally responsible new … Continue reading Diocese of Worcester turn to CPW for eco-vicarages

CPW qualify in PassivHaus

Two sustainable technology specialists at one of the UK’s leading dedicated M&E consultancies have qualified as PassivHaus consultants.  Dr Stephen Ball and Neil Foster received accreditation by PassivHaus in March 2010 and join just a handful of consultants in the UK who have been certified on this energy efficient construction principle. PassivHaus buildings are a … Continue reading CPW qualify in PassivHaus

Civic Trust Awards commendation

Couch Perry & Wilkes, one of the UK’s largest dedicated environmental building services consultancies has celebrated with architects, Nicholas Hare and the wider team in receiving a ‘Commendation’ in the Civic Trust Awards 2010.  Nicholas Hare nominated the new Joseph Chamberlain Sixth Form College in Birmingham. Couch Perry & Wilkes was responsible for the mechanical … Continue reading Civic Trust Awards commendation