Sustainability in Action Video Series - LEED


Two LEED Gold Certified buildings at Ingersoll Rand’s North American headquarters in Davidson, North Carolina, demonstrate the value of sustainability in terms of saving resources as well as creating a better experience for people.

Achieving LEED Gold Certification came from a combination of using locally-sourced materials during construction to minimize environmental impacts of transporting supplies, and putting systems in place for long-term energy efficiency and waste reductions. For example, LED lighting, intelligent controls and use of natural lighting work together to save energy and provide a comfortable workspace for occupants. In another instance, focusing on plumbing fixtures has enabled a 42 percent reduction of water use.

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