Buildings have a substantial impact on people and the planet. They use resources, generate waste and are costly to operate and maintain. “Green building” is the practice of designing, constructing and operating buildings to enhance occupant health and productivity, using fewer resources, reducing waste and environmental impacts.
As part of the planning for Aristocrat’s new Las Vegas headquarters and campus in Summerlin, we ensured that the practice of “green building” was an integral part of the design process.
The core and shell of the buildings used environmentally-friendly materials to reduce the CO2 footprint, the project being awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) accreditation, an internationally recognised green building certification program. This responsible relocation mindset extended to the relocation process, which was managed carefully and with the enthusiastic support of our employees, and delivered: