Reds10 has been awarded the Net Zero and Resource Efficiency Award at the Ministry of Defence’s annual Sanctuary Awards, for its Net-Zero Carbon Accommodation Programme (NetCAP), in partnership with the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and Landmarc Support Services (Landmarc).
The Sanctuary Awards celebrated its 30th anniversary this year, showcasing military and civilian environmental efforts within defence, both in the United Kingdom and abroad.
The virtual ceremony was held today (22nd of March), with Reds10 and its partners being praised for contributing to the Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) Net Zero Carbon ambition and renewable energy initiatives.
NetCAP is an army and government-funded initiative that has already begun to transform the lived experience for our Armed Forces. The latest installations at Brunswick Training Camp are the scheme’s first double-storey accommodation blocks, while still remaining carbon negative and even have the capability for rainwater harvesting.
“The entire Reds10 team are thrilled to receive the Sanctuary Award alongside Landmarc and DIO. NetCAP is not only delivering well beyond its sustainability targets and the Government’s net zero, Project Speed and Construction Playbook agendas, it is fundamentally transforming the lived experience of our armed forces personnel, something that is very important to Reds10.”
“It’s an absolute honour to receive this Sanctuary Award from the MOD. This project has been focussed on future-proofing living environments on the Defence Training Estate, creating more sustainable and comfortable accommodation for our Armed Forces.”
You can watch the entire ceremony here: