LEED Gold

Seven World Trade Center

A testament to environmental sustainability, 7 World Trade Center (WTC) is the first LEED Gold certified office tower in New York City and the first building to achieve LEED certification under the USGBC’s Core and Shell Criteria. Re-opened in May 2006, the 52-story, 1.7 -million-square-feet office tower was the last tower to fall on 9/11 and the first to […]

Pittsburgh Convention Center (David L. Lawrence)

The first LEED-certified convention center in North America and the largest green building in the world, the David L. Lawrence Convention Center was designed by the world-renowned architect Rafael Vinoly and was commissioned by ABP. This Pittsburgh convention center is a 1.5 -million-square-foot, sail shaped structure with a column-free exhibit hall. Located in one of the […]

IMF Concordia

Employees of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have a big responsibility to effectively carry out the organization’s goal to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty. The condition of the LEED-registered IMF Concordia, the short-term housing and executive training facility for IMF […]