University of Hertfordshire Campus

University of Hertfordshire Campus

a committed environmental initiative!

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  • The Uliving Consortium, composed of Linkcity, formerly Bouygues Development (authorised representative), a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction and Derwent Living, has just won a contract for the financing, design, construction and operation of the University of Hertfordshire campus, located north of London. The campus comprises 23 buildings and includes 3,000 student accommodation rooms, communal areas and a sports hall. With its committed environmental approach, the campus is the most advanced in the UK in terms of sustainability.

  • According to Professor Quintin McKellar, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hertfordshire, "This exceptional project symbolises the values that our university, as an English champion of partnerships with the corporate sector, promotes. The success of this project, which is down to the Uliving and University teams, is proof that we are continuing to invest in the welfare of our students".

  • The works, which lasted three years, took place in the midst of a busy campus. Special attention will be given to reducing disruption (noise, dust, etc.) so that the students on-site are disturbed as little as possible.

  • With wooden structural frameworks and an energy-generating infrastructure, the university campus will be the most advanced sustainable campus in the UK. The university is hoping to receive True Zero Carbon accreditation, having already obtained BREEAM® 'Outstanding' certification—the highest level of environmental requirements.

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  1. 1
    Context
  2. 2
    Testimony
  3. 3
    Ambitions
  4. 4
    Innovation
  5. 5
    Video
  • The Uliving Consortium, composed of Linkcity, formerly Bouygues Development (authorised representative), a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction and Derwent Living, has just won a contract for the financing, design, construction and operation of the University of Hertfordshire campus, located north of London. The campus comprises 23 buildings and includes 3,000 student accommodation rooms, communal areas and a sports hall. With its committed environmental approach, the campus is the most advanced in the UK in terms of sustainability.

  • According to Professor Quintin McKellar, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hertfordshire, "This exceptional project symbolises the values that our university, as an English champion of partnerships with the corporate sector, promotes. The success of this project, which is down to the Uliving and University teams, is proof that we are continuing to invest in the welfare of our students".

  • The works, which lasted three years, took place in the midst of a busy campus. Special attention will be given to reducing disruption (noise, dust, etc.) so that the students on-site are disturbed as little as possible.

  • With wooden structural frameworks and an energy-generating infrastructure, the university campus will be the most advanced sustainable campus in the UK. The university is hoping to receive True Zero Carbon accreditation, having already obtained BREEAM® 'Outstanding' certification—the highest level of environmental requirements.

University of Hertfordshire CampusA committed environmental initiative

Constructed using wooden structural frameworks, the environmentally-friendly buildings will be equipped with their own energy-generating infrastructure based on a combined heat and power system. These buildings are being constructed with the aim of obtaining a "carbon neutral" or True Zero Carbon certification.

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