LEED Platinum Certification
- Two trees were saved.
- 350 trees were planted.
- 76% of the site is planted.
- Native or adaptive plant types were used.
- The project avoids annual planting.
- Drought tolerant grasses and succulents were planted, requiring minimal water.
- Stormwater features are designed into amenities.
- The site design mitigates runoff with curbless entry drives and parking areas in linear bioswales that run throughout the park.
- 100% reclaimed water is used for irrigation.
- The design reduces outdoor water usage through plant selection.
- Trees have the potential for intercepting 175,000 gallons of water which are equivalent to the water usage for 175 American residents for one day.*
Carbon, Energy + Air
- The project uses regional materials.
- The project reduces light pollution with cutoff light fixtures and tree uplights.
- The project used renewable sources for landscape electricity needs.
- The planting strategy reduces temperatures in urban areas.
- During construction, pollutants were controlled and retained.
- Exposure to environmental tobacco smoke was minimized through designated smoke-free zones and prohibited smoking on-site.
- The trees sequester 42,000 pounds of carbon annually, which is equivalent to a standard car driving 56,590 miles.**
- Sustainability in material manufacturing was supported, by using locally sourced decomposed granite, plant material and paving.
- Materials not needed on-site were recycled.
- The office boasts resort style amenities and a peaceful environment, perfect for employee health and well-being. A basketball court, putting green, dining terrace, lounge chairs by a fire feature, and a shaded plaza offer interactive spaces for employees to collaborate.
- The project supports alternative modes of transportation.
- The project provides optimal site accessibility, safety, and wayfinding.