Past Participants of Green Sky Thinking Week

Adam & Sutherland
Aecom
Aedas
Aegis Media
Alexi Marmot Architects
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
Allies and Morrison Architects
Anna Whitehead Design Consultancy
Architects' Journal
ArchitecturePLB
Architype
Argent
Arup
Ask Sakula Architects
Atelier Ten
A-Zero environmental architecture
BACA Architects
BDP
Bennetts Associates
bere:architects
Berkley Group
Better Bankside
Beyond Green
Biotecture
BNP Paribas
British Council for Offices
British Gas
British Land
Brookfield Multiplex
Buro Happold
Butler & Young
Capita Symonds
Carl Turner Architects
Catalyst Housing
CBRE
Chapman Bathurst
CIRIA
City Office Real Estate
CityWest Homes
Commonplace
Conisbee
CPRE London
Crossrail
Crown Estate
Cullinan Studios
Cundall
Cushman & Wakefield
David Morley Architects
Derwent London
E2 Architects
ECD Architects
Ecosystem Services
Eight Associates
Elliott Wood
Farrer Huxley Associates
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
FFE Consulting
Flether Priest Architects
Forum for the Future
Future of London
Gardiner & Theobald
Gira
Great Portland Estates
Greater London Authority
Green Allience
Green Roof Consultancy
Grigoriou Interiors
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
Hawkins\Brown Architects
Henderson Global Investors
Hermes Real Estate
High Speed 1
Hilson Moran
Hoare Lea
Hopkins Architects
HTA Architects
Hub King's Cross
Igloo Regeneration
Interface
ISEP
Islington Climate Change Partnership
Jerry Tate Architects
John Robertson Architects
Jones Lang LaSalle
KLH UK
LB Brent
LB Hackney
LB Haringey
LB Islington
LB Lewisham
LB Sutton
Leasman Index
Lend Lease
London Climate Change Partnership
London School of Economics
Low Carbon Workplace
Mace
Marks Barfield Architects
Max Fordham
MDR
Meadowcroft Griffin Architects
MEPK Architects
Mott MacDonald
Nicholas Hare Architects
Nick Willson Architects
Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership
Oxford PV
Passivhaus Trust
Paul Davis & Partners
Peabody
Penoyre & Prasad
Phoenix Gardens
Pitman Tozer Architects
Pollard Thomas Edwards
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Pringle Brandon Perkins + Will
PRP Architects
Ramboll
RCKa
Rocket Investments
Rockwool
Scott Brownrigg
Sheffield University School of Architecture
Siemans
Sir Robert McAlpine
Skanska
Skidmore Owings & Merrill
Southwark Council
Squire+Partners
Stanhope
Sturgis Carbon Profiling
Sustainable by Design LLP
Sustainable Homes
Team London Bridge
The Glass House Community Led Design
The Hub King's Cross
TIAA Henderson Real Estate
UCL Energy Institute
Ventive Ltd
Verco
Victoria BID
Waterman Group
Willmott Dixon
WSCP

‘Green Sky Thinking gives a chance for like-minded individuals and businesses to share information about their work in an open forum across the city - it should be commended this year for the breadth of events.’
Louisa Bowles, Partner, Hawkins/Brown

"Following last years success, we see it is a great opportunity to showcase some of the projects we are working on to share learning with other organisations”
Victoria Howse, Low Carbon Partnership Manager, Local Borough Islington

"We made two real business contacts from this informal yet intelligent form of networking” Sarah Williamson Atkins, Director, Sefaira

"Each year GST provides us with a platform to demonstrate how sustainability is at the heart of all we do, and to the right audience”
Nic Crawley, Associate, AHMM

'GST provides an opportunity for us to both showcase what we have achieved and share in what we have learnt in a professional forum.'
Sam Cooper, Director, E2 Architecture

'Arup finds this pan London programme of great benefit to those practitioners within the construction industry in the design of buildings. Providing high profile platform GST enables Arup to challenge perception and convention on how we should collectively take responsibility to shaping London in 21st Century.'
Farrah Hassan-Hardwick, Business Development Leader, Arup

Green Sky Thinking last year was one of the best things we did. It brought industry and Government leaders to our door and opened up new discussions and opportunities for our business across the board.'
Richard Francis, Director, Environment & Sustainability, Gardiner & Theobald

The Mayor is pleased to support Green Sky Thinking Week. With London currently growing faster than ever in its history it is vital that the capital’s development is sustainable, maintaining and improving the city’s quality of life and so lengthening its lead as the world’s greatest city. Green Sky Thinking Week facilitates better understanding of the economic opportunities sustainability in all its forms present. He is pleased to support this platform, which brings together public authorities and business together to collaborate on making London the sustainable megacity global leader.’
Matthew Pencharz, the Mayor’s Environment Advisor, Greater London Authority