Green Cornwall was a programme of works consisting of 158 small sustainability focused projects. The aim of the programme was to enable Cornwall Council to become carbon neutral by 2025. The projects included small refurbishments and the installation of energy saving technologies such as Biomass Boilers, Voltage Optimisation, Microhydro Generation, Combined Heat and Power Systems, Photovoltaics and LED Lighting.
Refurbishment of an existing school building and leisure centre to create a community campus within the heart of Wiltshire. The project comprises of a central community facility, leisure centre with outdoor swimming pool, learning and skills centre, a library, business incubation units, offices and welfare facilities.
Tri-service Fire Station
A new build, tri-service fire station within Cornwall. The new facility was built to accommodate all three emergency services and provide an improved service across a larger area within Cornwall. The project involved the development of two new buildings comprising of fire control and emergency response rooms, training workshops, offices and vehicle service and repair bays.
St Johns Hall
The refurbishment of a Grade II listed council building within the centre of Penzance. The new facility houses a relocated library, a new adult education facility, one stop shop, registrar’s office and Council office space for 170 Council staff.