Generali Tower achieves LEED Platinum Certification

3 July 2020


Generali Tower in Milan has achieved LEED Platinum, the highest level of certification!

The tower forms part of a campus of three towers, designed to reconnect the existing city fabric of Milan to this once abandoned site. Designed with Zaha Hadid Architects, the building is characterised by its flowing, twisting form.

We provided M&E Engineering and Architectural Lighting for the project.

Generali Tower achieved the LEED Core&Shell Platinum certification for implementing valuable and measurable strategies, such as:

  • more than 45% savings in indoor potable water usage
  • 100% energy supply with green power
  • more than 95% of regularly occupied spaces in the building enjoy good daylighting levels throughout the year and impressive views of the Milan skyline and the Alps in the background

This achievement underlines our continuing commitment to a more efficient, comfortable and sustainable built environment.

Click here to read more about the Generali Tower project.