AQP case study for John Lewis

John Lewis - BREEAM Indoor Air Quality Case Study

Air Quality

Magna Park, Milton Keynes, UK.

The name John Lewis is synonymous with quality in the retail sector, and therefore it is only to be expected that the company applies the same stringent, ethical standards to their built environments as they do other aspects of their business. Their high standards made Air Quality Plan the perfect solution to ensuring the comfort and safety of their store is maximised to its fullest potential, making it the perfect BREEAM case study.

Air Quality Plan was commissioned by Simons Construction to fulfil indoor air quality recommendations during the development of a major new distribution centre (in excess of 650,000 sq. ft) for the John Lewis Partnership in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.

Our specialist team worked closely alongside the developers, preparing a detailed indoor air quality plan along with recommendations. Our assessors also completed post-construction testing and assessment prior to occupancy, which is one of the many reasons as to why this project makes for such a good indoor air quality case study.

The John Lewis Partnership is committed to responsible development and growing its estate sustainably. In the summer of 2014, the newly opened John Lewis in York became the only department store in the world to receive a BREEAM ‘outstanding’ rating which is a great step forward for the company.

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