We’re proud to have been one of the first companies to adopt the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) standards. This commitment is helping us operate with greater efficiency, reducing our impact on the planet and stabilizing our costs over time.
To date, we have attained 25 LEED certifications for our buildings — 17 at the Platinum level — ranking them among the most environmentally sound buildings in the world. Our historic San Francisco site is over 100 years old, qualifying it as the oldest LEED certified building in the world.
Over 70% of our workspaces are LEED certified — that’s more than 2 million square feet of space. This ensures that our employees breathe clean air, drink safe water, work under natural light and enjoy the benefits of innovative and creative workspace design.
We are committed to creating these healthy workspaces because we believe such environments contribute to our people’s wellness, productivity and job satisfaction.