Building B of the SYGGROU OFFICE COMPLEX has been certified according to the international LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green building certification system at the GOLD level. A few months ago, Building A of the same complex, which now houses the insurance company Generali, acquired the highest sustainability certification for buildings, LEED Platinum.
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is the most widespread system for assessing sustainable buildings in the world. It is applied to almost all types of properties to provide a framework for high-performance green buildings that also aim to save costs for the user. The globally recognized certification has been developed by the US Green Building Council to change the way buildings are designed, constructed and operated, with the aim of decarbonization, full electrification of constructions, green financing, zero carbon footprint, resilience, ESG, and human health.