Further to the very successful inaugural Towards Net Zero Awards Ireland, the panel of assessors has announced the shortlist for this year’s awards.
Designed by DTA Architects and built by Walls Construction, Highfield Park Student Accommodation is a scheme that epitomises sustainable, net-zero design with careful site planning, use of low-carbon materials, retention of a mature landscape and repurposing of existing buildings.
Designed by Deaton Lysaght Architects and built by ClearyDoyle for Wicklow County
Council, Jameson Heights was commended in the recent Towards Net Zero Ireland
Construction Awards for its sensitive design and exemplary construction process that delivered an A2-rated development on the side of the Great Sugar Loaf.
The last stage of the assessment process for the Towards NetZero Ireland Awards 2022 has now been completed, with 13 projects across six primary categories making it on to the final shortlist.
With sustainability now a core principle among construction firms, architects, engineers and building material manufacturers, zero-energy building is very much in focus across the construction sector.
Towards NetZero Ireland is a new national construction awards programme devised to encourage and reward those in the industry striving to establish new coordinates for sustainable design in Ireland.