PAS 2080 became the world’s first standard for managing infrastructure carbon
Read our case study to find out how we created the fast-track standard and how we worked with the steering group.
PAS 2080 is the leading standard for carbon management solutions in buildings and infrastructure development. Sometimes mistakenly referred to as PAS 2080 certification, PAS 2080 is a verification scheme to assess compliance. The standard’s development has been supported by the building and construction industry leaders, such as Skanska, Mott MacDonald, National Grid, and Anglian Water.
The standard applies to new projects or programs of work, as well as the management or retrofit of existing assets and networks. This means that any new buildings or infrastructure projects should consider the carbon footprint throughout their entire lifecycle, from design and construction to operation and end-of-life.
All value chain members in the built environment, including:
BSI’s PAS 2080 carbon management solutions in buildings and infrastructure verification scheme supports clients in the industry by assessing your delivery of projects to PAS 2080 standard requirements, your measurement and monitoring of carbon against project delivery, and the management of your supply chain, or your role within it.
It helps you to:
PAS 2080 and 2060 are both standards for managing greenhouse gas emissions, but PAS 2080 focuses specifically on buildings and infrastructure projects in the built environment, while PAS 2060 applies to any organization. PAS 2060 also includes guidance on how to achieve carbon neutrality, while PAS 2080 does not.
Explore PAS 2080 with our digital assets, PAS 2080 guidance document, and additional information.