LEED® is a voluntary certification protocol applicable to any type of building, encompassing the entire life cycle of the building from design to construction.
BREEAM is an environmental sustainability assessment methodology developed in 1988 by the Building Research Establishment (BRE).
Noting that the landscape performs important functions of general interest in the cultural, ecological, environmental, and social spheres and is a favorable resource for economic activity, and that it can contribute to job creation if safeguarded, managed, and planned appropriately.
Site Sustainability Management
The main responsibility is to support the achievement of the project’s sustainability aspirations in the construction, delivery and closure phases, and to achieve the desired green rating. They are the champions of on-site sustainability and ensure that the environmental impacts of the site are minimized.
Life Cycle Assessment
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is an analytical and systematic methodology to analyze, quantify and compare the environmental impacts associated with a product, procedure or service, within an identified context.
It is a specialized service for assessing areas for real estate in order to analyze potential and environmental risks.
Technical Due Diligence helps outline a preliminary cognitive framework of private initiative real estate investment according to ESG profiles.