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Waterman wins US Embassy work in London

Consultant Waterman has been appointed to provide multi-disciplinary services on the new US Embassy in Wandsworth, London, relating to utility services and sustainability assessment scheme Breeam.

The US Department of State has appointed Waterman to provide advice and assessment on the new embassy complex relating to the Breeam scheme. The Breeam target for the main embassy building is Excellent, with an aspiration to achieve Outstanding.

Waterman’s transport and development team will also develop a strategy for the procurement of utility services up to the boundary of the embassy complex.

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