“We are delighted that the entire Platinium Business Park has been accredited with LEED Gold. We are pleased to complete the LEED certification process which shows our commitment to sustainability, tenant loyalty and the improvement of the ecologic footprint. We are proud to become the first certified office complex in Poland,” says Meike Feistkorn, Senior Asset Manager at Allianz Real Estate Germany.
The certification process started in 2016. Within one year Platinium 1, 2, 3, 4 received certificates, with Platinium Business Park 5 having been certified during construction as Core and Shell project. Platinium Business Park with 4 EBOM (Existing Building Operations and Maintenance) certificates is the first existing office complex in Poland to be certified in LEED Campus programme adjusted to multiple buildings on a single site. Within this certificate the procedures are standardized to ensure coherent, pro-ecological strategy of property management.
“Working on incorporation of procedures and policies across the Platinium Business Park complex has streamlined certification process and allowed creating sustainable strategy balancing occupant comfort, environment impact and economic measures. Close cooperation with property and facility managers allowed 20% energy efficiency improvements across 4 buildings, which translates to annual reduction of CO2 emission by 1620 tons – equivalent of annual emission of CO2 produced by 620 cars,” says Andrzej Gutowski, Senior Associate, Green Buildings Certification, Colliers International.
“We are very proud to be the property manager of such unique complex, which not only takes care of its tenants but also the environment. All five buildings meet the rigorous criteria of LEED Gold certification and standardised procedures enable efficient management of the property,” says Sylwia Pytko-Burska of Colliers International, Senior Property Manager at Platinium Business Park.
Platinium Business Park consists of five Class A office buildings offering a total of 58,400 sqm of leasable space. It is located in the prime office district of Mokotow, near the intersection of Domaniewska and Woloska streets. The complex provides comfortable public transportation access through the bus and tram stops, metro and railway stations as well as easy access to the airport and downtown Warsaw.
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certificate is a buildings certification system issued by U.S. Green Building Council. It confirms efficient use of natural resources, decreased demand for electric energy and limited emission of greenhouse gases.