Earlier this month, Tishman Speyer released its third Global Sustainability report.
Tishman Speyer was awarded a 2015 ENERGY STAR partner of the year award, which honors companies that demonstrate the best energy saving practices across the industry. In addition, Tishman Speyer hit a number of company landmarks in 2015, including: First LEED Gold for Existing Building in NY (357 Hudson St.), first building to achieve LEED Gold in South America (Rochavera Corporate Towers, Brazil), and first tower to achieve LEED Platinum in Frankfurt (Taunusturm, Germany).
“At Tishman Speyer, we believe that sustainability in the built environment is increasingly critical to our future,” said CEO Rob Speyer in the report. “The result of this belief has been our commitment to delivering beautiful, healthy and efficient buildings since our inception.” Numerous Tishman Speyer buildings have made a positive impact on the environment, improving efficiency and meeting the unique challenges of the urban landscape.
“Whether constructing new buildings or redeveloping existing ones, we strive to do so in a way that minimizes impact on the environment at every stage of the building life cycle, while maximizing sustainable value,” said Speyer.
Tishman Speyer Impact:
- 52 million square feet certified portfolio under LEED, BREEAM, or HQE
- Energy consumption between 2012 and 2013 was reduced by an average of 2.5%
- All seven eligible funds received a green start under GRESB in 2014
Read more at: TishmanSpeyer.com