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Sustainability case study
150 Second wil enhance Kendall Square's thriving business district with flexible and efficient life science space.
Mark McGowanVice President - Real Estate DevelopmentSkanska USA Commercial Development+1 617 574 1485
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Service: Commercial development
Market segment: Offices
Sustainability is a central and guiding principle to Skanska’s approach to real estate. 150 Second has been designed to meet the United States Green Building Council’s LEED Gold certification criteria. This process results in a building that consumes less energy and water and produces less waste.
All building materials, from the roof to the cementitious fiber panels to the interior finishes of the public areas, have been chosen with sustainability in mind. The building will contain large windows designed to wash natural daylight throughout an open floor plan design, which reduces the need for artificial lighting systems.
ClikMaps program for education about the neighborhood and the green features of the building
Cambridge Housing Assistance Fund donor