By Grey Lee
Congratulations to the EMD Serono team which attained LEED Platinum for their “Project Bridgeway” at their campus in Billerica, Mass. Many excellent companies came together on the project team to make this a success. Special recognition goes to Chapter Sponsor, The Green Engineer, for their work to facilitate the LEED project.
USGBC Chairman Rick Fedrizzi had this to say: “On behalf of the US Green Building Council, I congratulate you on achieving LEED certification for Project Bridgeway. Your project has achieved LEED Platinum certification under the LEED for Commercial Interiors Rating System with a score of 81 points. This is a showcase example of sustainable design and demonstrates your leadership in transforming the building industry.”
Nice work, everyone!
Check out the LEED Scorecard of Project Bridgeway on USGBC's Website.
From the website of Ellenzweig, an architectural firm involved with Project Bridgeway:
The EMD Serono Research Institute in Billerica, Massachusetts, will serve as one of the four hubs for the company’s global research and development organization, fosters enhanced collaboration and synergies to discover and develop innovative therapies with a focus on the therapeutic areas of oncology, neurodegenerative diseases and infertility. The state of the art Billerica facility is now home to approximately 200 scientists with expertise in cancer biology; cancer immunotherapy; oncogene signaling; manufacturing cell lines; medicinal chemistry; molecular modeling; protein engineering; and therapeutic antibodies.
Image credit: Ellenzweig.com Check out more images of Project Bridgeway on Ellenzweig's website.