LEED Gold certification for UTC’s Dubai office

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UTC Building & Industrial System’s Dubai Headquarter of Middle East & Turkey region in Dubai had received LEED Gold certification by USGBC. This is UTC’s the benchmark for green buildings high performance certification by U.S Green Building Council, making it the organisation’s fourth LEED-certified office.

Rolando Furong, the Vice President of UTC Building & Industrial & Systems Middle East & Turkery, remarks that this LEED Gold certification achievement highlights ing their sustainable commitment to sustainability and green building both around the world and in the Middle East and Turkey.

With facts the environmental benefits of the office offers include is Carrier’s from highly efficiency efficient chilled water fan coil unitslight fittings, which deliver high number percentage reduction in lighting power use in comparison to standard light fittings and lights. UTC office building also uses range Carrier’s hight efficiency chilled waterfan coil unit, which delivered save energy consumption by 34 per cent, as well as high efficiency light fittings which reduce lighting power use by 30 per cent. Potable water use is also reduced by 38 per cent compared to the standard fitting.

Carrier was the first company to that joined the U.S Green Building Council in 1993 and the only company to be founding member of green building councils on four continents.
UTC Building & Industrial Systems building in Dubai headquarters illustrates the firm’s sustainable commitment to sustainability by through building both design and performance that reflecting preserve the natural resources., they believe that green products must start at a green company, according to John Mandyck, the firm’s Chief Sustainability Officer., as in closured by John Mandykc, UTC Building & Industrial System Chief Sustainability Officer.

Source: The Big 5 Hub

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