CIWEMChartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
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This green-build project will offer a modern and comfortable working environment for its employees, a welcoming lounge and informal meeting area for its members and meeting rooms, conference and exhibition space to help CIWEM to offer higher standards of engagement with its stakeholders.
I am delighted that CIWEM is investing in the development of 106-109 Saffron Hill, London, creating a multi-purpose building constructed to high environmental standards.
Our team are keen to get onto this project, the strong ethical values of CIWEM and 8build have created a great working relationship and we know that this building will be a proud legacy not only for CIWEM but for 8build as well, said Chris Lawrence, Project Director of 8build.
The more serious role of national President of CIWEM is to be well respected.
I would love CIWEM to be recognised by schools in the same way that it is already recognised by most universities in the UK where, for the last 15 years, we have been invited to scrutinise their environmental courses to ensure that they are relevant to today's world which is growing at 70 million per annum.
I think that the CIWEM Award shows that we have been judged by our peers to have achieved our aim.
Chris Shirley-Smith said: "I am delighted that CIWEM has adopted Ballads for a Living Planet as part of its rallying call for greater environmental awareness, and is a call to action for individuals and businesses alike.
He is the co-founder and president of The Conservation Foundation and is also an honorary fellow of CIWEM.
Nick Reeves executive director of CIWEM, said "The David Bellamy Lecture not only celebrates the work of a man who inspired a generation and reconnected people with nature, it is a fitting tribute to a scientist who pioneered natural history broadcasting and set the standard for other broadcasters in the field.
The project, officially completed last week, has won several environmental awards including the Landmark Environmental Award (sponsored by The Journal), the CIWEM 2005 World of Difference Award and silver in the National Green Apple Environmental Awards.
Justin Taberham, director of policy at CIWEM, said: "Each site is unique and we urge everyone involved in the creation, protection and promotion of these important habitats to enter for the award from local nature groups, farmers and individuals to water companies, environmental consultancies and local authorities.