Proger joins the Green Building Council Italia (GBC Italia), a non-profit association whose members include the most competitive companies and the most qualified Italian associations and professional communities operating in sustainable building. With more than 70 local associations, the Green Building Council aims to promote and accelerate the spread of an eco-sustainable culture in the construction sector at a global level, driving market transformation and spreading the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) protocol.
Proger has been adopting environmental sustainability standards for years, including LEED, recognising the performance of buildings in key areas such as energy and water saving, reduction of CO2 emissions, improvement of the ecological quality of interiors, materials and resources used, design and site selection. A voluntary certification programme with which Proger has interfaced on many occasions, providing for design consistent with the guidelines of the protocol itself.
Proger has for many years adopted environmental sustainability standards, including LEED, which recognises the performance of buildings in key areas such as energy and water savings, reduction of CO2 emissions, improvement of the environmental quality of interiors, materials and resources used, design and site selection. A voluntary certification programme with which Proger has dealt on many occasions, ensuring a design that complies with the guidelines of the protocol itself.
On the occasion of Proger’s entry into this community, we would like to mention, among the numerous projects carried out and LEED certified, the fit-out of the Diamond Tower in Milan, a building certified according to the LEED ID+C (Interior Design & Construction): v3 standard with Gold level, as well as the complete refurbishment of the office building in Piazzale dell’Agricoltura in Rome, which will be certified according to the LEED BD+C (Building Design & Construction): v4 standard with Gold level in 2019.
Among the projects currently underway that will use the LEED protocol, the renovation of the Allianz building in Corso Italia 23, Milan; the Law Courts Park in Bari; the new Tiburtino Hospital in Rome; the new Hospital of South Salento and the new “La Comina” military complex, all expected to achieve Gold certification.