EuropaProperty has completed the 18th annual SEE Real Estate Awards at the Radisson BLU Hotel in Bucharest, Romania.
BuildGreen obtained BREEAM Outstanding certification for Globalworth Square, with a 99% ranking, 3rd highest level in the world.
LEED ZERO CARBON is considered the most rigorous standard in the world for assessing and certifying buildings as being carbon neutral
America House is the first office building in Bucharest to obtain an OUTSTANDING rating according to BREEAM In-Use certification methodology.
Over 12,000 dwellings from new residential projects in Romania have been certified as being ‘green’, according to BuildGreen’s analytics.
Forbes Romania invited the Romanian business community to answer the most critical questions of the moment in the #reinventarearomaniei editorial project.
2019 was the best year for the sustainable certifications segment in Romania, according to the data centralized by BuildGreen.
Portland Trust received BREEAM Outstanding certification for Expo Business Park, developed in 2019.
Over 250 buildings and real estate projects from Romania were certified as ‘green buildings’ after one of the international sustainable schemes.
Such a great achievement! BuildGreen was the LEED consultant for the new Arctic factory that opened recently in Romania.
Even though most new class A office space projects in Romania are LEED or BREEAM-certified Core & Shell, there are often significant problems.
Razvan supervised from his position the BREEAM certification process of over 120 real estate and industrial projects from several countries in CEE.
BuildGreen, the leading consultant in the field of sustainable building design, development and certification in Romania, joins forces with green gain, one of the leading BREEAM consultants in the Czech Republic.
BuildGreen assisted Globalworth in obtaining the BREEAM certification and also the first EDGE sustainable certification in Romania for the new Renault headquarters in Bucharest.
Razvan Nica, managing director of BuildGreen, was awarded by BUSINESS Magazin as one of the top 10 young managers in Romania.
The differences between green certifications of buildings and home appliances will fade in time”, said Razvan Nica, the owner of Buildgreen in an interview with BR.
More than 40 real estate projects, both new and existing, were sustainably certified in Romania in 2017, according to BuildGreen, the leader of sustainable buildings in Romania.