Cushman & Wakefield is committed to sustainable properties.
We are at the heart of this transition and fully support the reduction of our own and our client's environmental impact across the property lifecycle.
Sustainable portfolios also have significant business benefits; they have a reduced risk of obsolescence, lower operating costs, better occupier retention and greater social acceptance―all the things we believe in.
Our global Energy, Infrastructure and Sustainability (EIS) Business Unit is supporting clients to drive exceptional outcomes against these themes across a range of geographies, sectors and portfolios. We collectively see these themes as an integral part of our own and our client’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategies and we are committed to delivering best in class ESG outcomes in both.
How we can help
Our specialists are focused on environmental impact reduction, making buildings healthier and more productive places and on corporate social responsibility.
We are advising clients in the following areas:
- ESG, sarbon and well-being strategy, target setting and implementation
- Energy efficiency opportunity identification, project set-up and emissions reduction programmes
- Net zero carbon buildings and strategies
- Science based targets
- Green procurement
- Building certifications including LEED, BREEAM, WELL and fitwel
- Compliance programmes (Article 8, EU EED, EPC, TM44)
- ISO 14001 and ISO 50001 certification
- Strategy consulting
- ‘Green’ funds and loans
- Green asset valuations
- Intelligent building, renewable and low carbon technologies
Our clients are supported by the staff of our market-leading business unit, including our specialists in local markets across Europe, the Middle East, and around the globe. Our clients are supported by our international network of 15,000 professionals, including market researchers, strategists, business modellers, accountants and consultants in more than 250 offices across 60 countries.