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March 9, 2017

The Summit in Suzhou won LEED Gold Certification
Located in the heart of Suzhou Industrial Park’s Central Business District, The Summit is an 116,390 sq m landmark mixed-use urban development, comprising 57,204 sq m of office space, 35,144 sq m of shopping centre and 21,867 sq m of luxury residences.

The development was designed and constructed to LEED Gold requirements. Some of the sustainable designs employed included: 
•  water efficient fittings and fixtures 
•  rain water recycled for sewage conveyance 
•  energy efficient building envelope 
•  high performance glazing 
•  high efficiency chillers 
•  indoor carbon dioxide concentration monitoring system 
•  fresh air heat recovery 
•  variable primary pump system for the chilled water system 
•  water-side free cooling in winter 

     Integrated project and program management consultancy, Faithful+Gould was appointed by Tishman Speyer to provide LEED certification advisory services, and testing and commissioning consultancy services Chris Li, business manager of Faithful+Gould Energy and Environmental Services (EES) in China said: “As an advocate of green buildings, we have attained LEED Gold certification for Tishman Speyer’s first project in Suzhou, and achieved this two weeks prior to the completion date. Thanks also to the team, including development manager Jack Guo, assistant project manager Fang Liu, project engineers Liu Jing and Xiang Yun, project manager James Fan, and engineer Sunny Chen – for a job well done!” 
     Acknowledging the team’s efforts, USGBC’s Mahesh commented, “Consistent with other Tishman Speyer projects around the world, the office buildings of The Summit are designed to meet the most rigorous requirements of the world’s leading tenants, both international and domestic. By achieving LEED Gold, the city’s new landmark and project team have demonstrated a strong commitment to the health, comfort and wellbeing of the people who will work in the building, and to the community at large.”
     The project commenced in May 2012 and was completed in November 2016.

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