We Are Pro-Sustainability

As a socially responsible business, we are passionate about our role in minimising the environmental impact of our work, reducing waste and investing in new ‘green’ technologies.

“The refurbishment of older buildings is an important part of our journey to be net-zero carbon by 2030. This scheme is a great example of how these existing buildings, where appropriate, can be transformed into more modern, efficient, greener spaces that enable low-carbon growth now and into the future.” Managing Director at SEGRO 

Latest News: Pro-Sustainability

How will the upcoming BREEAM V7 Regulations affect the Industry?

With sustainability and reducing the construction industry’s environmental impact gaining increasing significance, the Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology (BREEAM) has set the standard to enable property investors, asset owners, managers and occupiers to determine and drive sustainable improvements in… Read more »

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Meet Luca Sidoli: Pexhurst’s In-House Sustainability Coordinator

As a company that takes sustainability and our carbon footprint incredibly seriously, it’s absolutely imperative that an experienced and environmentally conscious specialist oversees our sustainability practices and processes. At Pexhurst, we are incredibly fortunate to have Luca Sidoli as our… Read more »

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Helping the wider team take their first steps on their journey to Net Zero

With sustainability a key focus in the built environment, it’s imperative that everyone involved in the industry understands the importance of reducing carbon emissions and being aware of the impact on the environment. As one of the industry leaders in… Read more »

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Pexhurst have been working with sustainability certification partners Planet Mark since 2022 to begin to measure, report and reduce the carbon emissions of our operations, starting with those of our head office. We are now expanding the scope of our carbon emission reporting to look at our complete companywide Scope 1 and 2 emissions. We have a complete dataset for the 2023 year and are in the process of developing a sustainability report. We expect to set an ambitious net zero target for these this year and have employed an external sustainability and carbon specialist to work alongside our in-house Sustainability Coordinator, Luca Sidoli to help us achieve this. Working together, we will create and implement a clear strategy to continue to reduce our emissions year on year and achieve our net zero target. As part of this programme, we rolled out carbon impact and environmental awareness training, which 100% of our staff have now completed.

We understand the significance and size of our Scope 3 emissions and will start to look seriously at these in the near future. We plan on setting an equally ambitious target for these value chain emissions as we look to play our role in tackling the climate emergency as well as helping the construction industry reduce its significant carbon footprint.

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Case Studies

Unit A Tower Bridge Business Park, London

Pexhurst Refurbishes industrial unit to BREEAM ‘Excellent’ standard for incoming Fine Arts logistics tenant.

The clients’ ambitions were to improve market appeal to the property, whilst achieving BREEAM Excellent and EPC rating of A+.

This was done by dividing one industrial unit into two. In order to meet requirements, Pexhurst installed PV panels to the roof, several EV chargers and new electric heat pumps…


160 Edinburgh Avenue – SEGRO

Fit-out specialist Pexhurst has completed the refurbishment of a spacious industrial unit for SEGRO, the leading UK Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).

The project involves the fit-out of an existing warehouse located at 160 Edinburgh Avenue, Slough. The warehouse is conveniently situated on the popular Slough Trading Estate in close proximity to a number of local amenities and transport links. Built in 1988, the single-storey unit stands at an expansive 20,120 ft and was in need of modernisation.

Client Testimonials