How we approach our work.
Having our projects recognised by our industry and clients is always highly satisfying, and thanks to the sterling efforts of our staff we have received the following awards since 2009:
Winner: Best Green Scheme for Kingston Heights
Gold Award Winner for Grange Walk
Silver Award Winner for Beavers Lane
Bronze Award Winner for LBBD Multiple Elements
Kinston Heights won an award in the 'Renewable Project of the Year' category
Winner for Kingston Heights
Winner: Sustainable Building category.
Highly Commended: Tackling Climate Change category.
Best New Product or Technology award for Kingston Heights
Gold Award winner for 'revolutionary' WHISCERS™ internal wall insulation system.
Bronze award for our project Kingston Heights
United House won the Building Fabric Innovation of the Year Award at the Retro Expo awards 2012 for WHISCERS™, our revolutionary patented process for retrofitting internal wall insulation (IWI) in hard-to-treat properties.
Winner of the Sustainable Larger Housing Retrofit Project of the Year category jointly with the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham (LBBD) for the Climate Change Adaption Retrofit of two tower blocks in Barking.
WHISCERS was the Bronze Trophy winner at the International Green Awards in the WWF Green Game Changer Initiative category.
Highly commended for our Colne & Mersea project
United House was named as winners of the Sustainability Innovation Award in partnership with the Sustainable Energy Academy (SEA), Camden Council and Parity Projects for its innovative WHISCERS™ (Whole House In Situ Carbon and Energy Reduction Solution) process.
Arundel Square, winner of Building magazine's prestigious Housing Project of the Year award.
These awards are held annually by Islington Council to identify the best eco-companies to champion their work and to encourage other companies to meet and exceed their standards.
Winner of the Sustainable Social Housing Refurbishment Project of the Year Award with Bailey Garner and Notting Hill Housing Trust for our Notting Hill Low Carbon Initiative.