Office building in Sweden earns LEED Platinum

July 06, 2011

A new office center in Gothenburg, Sweden, has opened, becoming the city’s first-ever LEED Platinum building and new headquarters for Skanska, an international project development and construction company.

The 25,000-sm Green Tower Office Center has an efficient and low-energy air handling system, charging stations for electric cars and a green roof to achieve it’s LEED certification. Locally produced wind power and district heating also help to cut carbon emissions.

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