José María Pereda, Lomas de Chapultepec
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Cushman & Wakefield
Mexico City
The rehabilitation history of this space goes back four months when the staff was relocated in temporary offices in order to redesign the space and turn it equivalent with the new international standards of the company and also fulfilling the local labor requirements. In addition the LEED certification Wellbeing Distinctive A was obtained, making this office encompassing for both employees and visitors. A healthy environment was generated reducing energy consumption, between 20 to 40%, achieving a smaller carbon footprint, 20 to 30% water savings and banning the use of PET containers. Adding the use of low environmental impact materials such as recycled wood, fast growing bamboo veneer, LED technology lighting with presence and movement controls.