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CSR News: JLL Hyderabad Office Achieves LEED Version 4 Gold Certification

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JLL India’s Hyderabad Office has been awarded the LEED Version 4 Gold Certification for commercial interiors (LEED – CI). The LEED – CI certification recognizes an office premise for green tenant improvements showcasing the occupiers’ environmental commitments and leadership in creating sustainable and future-ready office spaces. This is another significant stride that JLL has made to showcase its commitment towards its Net Zero target by 2030.
 “LEED Gold certification is a matter of pride for us. As a global company, we have an inherent responsibility to drive sustainability and we are committed to deliver on it. JLL’s purpose “to shape the future of real estate for a better world” is more relevant today than ever before due to these dynamic and challenging time. It is our constant endeavour to work on products and services that are good for our clients, our business and bring about real environmental change for a sustainable future,” said Ramesh Nair, CEO and Country Head, JLL India. “Our Hyderabad office is a futuristic workplace which reflects our philosophy of taking the conversation from experience to engagement through its human-centric design, creative, and collaborative spaces. It focuses on sustainability while keeping our people at the core,” he added.
This JLL Hyderabad office includes 9,300 sq. ft. of technology enabled, collaborative and sustainable workspace. The office offers energy-efficient and state of the art mercury free LEF lighting with 0.54 W/sq ft lighting power density along with occupancy/vacancy detecting lighting sensors across the office spaces. Additionally, it operates in daylight harvesting via sensors for lighting, and maximized tech-enabled daylighting with water-efficient fixtures and recycled water for flushing purposes and rapid access to public transport to minimize the carbon footprint.
Salient features of the JLL office in Hyderabad are:
– Electronically Commutated (EC) fans in the HVAC system
– MERV 13 grade filters for ventilation units in view of Airborne transmission
– Efficient VRF system for auxiliary and critical spaces
– Enhanced air quality by use of low VOC paints, adhesives, sealants, furniture and furnishings Cafeteria and more than 40% workstations are receiving well daylight with glare control measures
– Nature-aligned with life-sized trees and green wall to de-stress the workplace
– Selection of the efficient base building to reduce the carbon and water footprint.
“Our Hyderabad office is truly a marquee project which showcases how JLL walks the talk when it comes to creating truly delightful workplace experiences in a sustainable way. This certification is more special since this acknowledges the collaboration of so many different teams which have come together to deliver this project right from our design experts, energy and sustainability team, project management team and technology team. We ensured that the design of this office reflected our people centric approach while complying with standards prescribed in the LEED Gold certification,” said Rajat Malhotra, Executive Director and Engineering Head, APAC, JLL.
An enhanced air quality, abundant natural light, better connectivity and a pleasant indoor environment are some of the factors which have a huge influence in the quality of work life and efficiency of employees which automatically improves productivity and well-being for employees.
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