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Our Passion

Our innovative modular building system greatly reduces our buildings impact on the environment, at every stage of the process.

Our 4 step processCurrent initiatives

Our 4 step process:


Building Design and Fabric

Our buildings are designed around a fabric first approach utilising a high performing building envelop, with an average U’value of 0.16 W/m2.K.

Our modular system junctions have been designed to achieve reduced Psi values to mitigate heat loss from thermal bridging effects. Significantly reducing the buildings heat energy demand.

Our buildings have high performance windows with optimised solar control glazing and are naturally ventilated with cross corridor ventilation to control overheating and improve the comfort of the residents in the summer.


Manufacturing / DfMA

Our buildings are built using our very own innovative modular building system for the studios and corridors, which greatly reduces the building impact on the environment.

The Design for Manufacture and Assembly approach to construction enables the reduction of material waste and emissions on site from transportation movements. This all results in improving the health and safety for the operatives and the quality of the finished building.

The emissions generated from the manufacturing of the modular components, are offset so that we operate a carbon neutral factory.



Reduced time on site and reduced project delivery times, results in a reduced impact on our communities and the environment

The construction methodology of our buildings are appraised through a Whole Life Carbon Assessment methodology and findings are that the modular building construction methodology generates 10% less emissions than if a building was to be constructed using traditional methods.


Circular Economy

All of our modular components are design for disassembly, so they can be easily repurposed if necessary or recycled.

If for any reason the use of our buildings come to the end of their life (in the far out future) and planning meant they aren’t to be repurposed, it is possible to disassemble the building and either repurpose the components for reuse or for controlled dismantling to ensure all of the materials can be either reused or recycled.

Current Initiatives


Carbon offsetting through our Ecologi


All electricity is via renewable sources; onsite or delivered

We are now Certified Passivhaus Designers

We are now Certified Passivhaus Designers

ISO 14001

ISO 14001 Accredited


All new developments will be EPC A as a minimum

Net Zero

Net Zero operational energy by 2025