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Juhi Bhowal

Juhi Bhowal

Intermediate Sustainability Consultant, FHP ESS

Juhi is an Architect with years of experience in residential, commercial, mixed-use and high-rise projects in the UK and India. She holds a MA in Sustainable Design from Kingston University, where she focused on advising UK residents on BREEAM requirements for retrofit, and a MArch in Sustainable Architecture from School of Planning & Architecture Vijaywada, where she won a Gold Medal for her outstanding academic achievements, including her thesis on building Net Zero energy schools in hot and humid climates. She is passionate about architectural space design, climate studies and energy modelling for the built environment, and is a LEED Green Associate and an IGBC Accredited Professional. She aims to help clients achieve their sustainability goals through BREEAM certification and sustainable design. She is working on different stages of BREEAM Certification, the world's most widely used green building rating system, for various building projects across the UK. She evaluates buildings at each stage of the BREEAM process, provides guidance and recommendations to the design team, and ensures that the building meets BREEAM's rigorous environmental standards.

Statement:

"The majority of people, especially those in industries other than sustainability, may lack a complete awareness of the true environmental effects of their behaviours and the structures they choose to occupy and buy for their children. The spread of sustainability principles and the active promotion of a more ecologically responsible future benefit future generations by allowing them to experience the world as we have, rather than living in a world marked by fears of food shortages and climatic disasters. As a result, it is critical to engage in debates about sustainability and build a communal understanding of the responsibilities and activities required to begin progress towards a better future.

Construction equality is critical. Women's inclusion boosts creativity, the economy, and produces a fair, productive, and diverse workplace. It is a legal and ethical requirement that serves as a model for a more inclusive society and a more sustainable future."