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An Achievement in Sustainable Building

At Buxton, we're thrilled to announce a significant milestone in our journey towards sustainability and commitment to continuous professional development (CPD) as our Senior Design Manager, Aga Storer has been awarded the Passive House Tradesperson Certificate, a testament to her dedication and expertise in sustainable building practices.


This achievement was marked by a special presentation by our Managing Director, David Norman, today. It's not just a personal accomplishment for Aga but a crucial step forward for Buxton as we integrate sustainability into every aspect of our work.


Aga's certification in Passive House standards represents our commitment to not only meeting but exceeding current sustainability benchmarks in the construction industry. Passive House buildings are designed to be ultra-low energy buildings, reducing ecological footprints while providing superior comfort and indoor air quality.

This accomplishment aligns seamlessly with our overall sustainability and social value agenda.


At Buxton, we understand that building sustainably is not just about the environment; it's about creating a legacy of quality, efficiency, and responsibility towards future generations.


We also see this as a vital part of our CPD initiatives. By encouraging and supporting our team members in gaining such qualifications, we're ensuring that our staff is equipped with the latest knowledge and skills in sustainable construction.


This not only benefits our clients and projects but also contributes to the personal and professional growth of our team.


Congratulations, Aga, and here's to many more milestones in our journey towards a greener, more sustainable future!




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