LEED provides a road map for building our offices to the highest environmental standards

Bloomberg’s Focus On LEED

Bloomberg has attained the highest rating of LEED Platinum for 14 projects and LEED Gold for 12 projects. LEED, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices. In 2015, we completed projects in Sao Paulo, Brazil; Santiago, Chile; Los Angeles, CA; and Arlington, VA. We currently have 9 additional projects pursuing LEED Certification. Below is an analysis we’ve conducted across our LEED portfolio.

Sustainable Sites

Projects attained 76% of points in this category due to locations in dense urban areas, close to public transportation.

Water Efficiency

35% average water use reduction has saved nearly 12.7 million gallons of water to date.

Energy & Atmosphere

27% reduction in energy associated with lighting power.

Indoor Environmental Quality

Projects attained 69% points in this category by using building products with low VOCs and our open office design that allows all employees to have window views.

Innovation in Design

85% of construction waste diverted from landfill, over 17 million pounds.

Materials & Resources

Projects attained 91% points in this category, mainly through implementation of educational signage programs, green housekeeping and green power purchases.

Regional Priority

Points are achieved for credits the USGBC prioritizes in a particular country or region, attained 65% of points in projects.

Read more about our commitment to LEED in our 2015 report.

See What We’re Doing

2015 Reporting and Sustainability Highlights