During construction, top fertile soil has been retained and used for landscape.

Electric car charging points and preferred car parks provided for electric vehicles. This helps reduce pollution and land development impacts from automobile use 100 % multi storied covered parking has been provided.

Roof garden has been provided to avoid heat passage through roof.

Rain water from roof and open areas is captured to recharge the ground water.

Excess light from the building and site is minimized to increase night time access to sky.

In order to avoid & minimize soil erosion & sedimentation, soil sedimentation controls are carried out.


100 % waste water generated in the building is treated to high water quality standards at site.

The treated waste water from STP is sued for irrigation, flushing and air conditioning purposes with in building.

Use of water efficient fixtures in the building saves 40% water.

Native plant species for landscaping consumes very less water.

In case of storm, the pervious pavement and landscape recharge the ground water.


Wall and roof are properly insulated. This avoids heat entering the building.

The high performance glass used in the building envelope helps in better daylight transmission and minimizes heat entering the building through glass.

Energy efficient air conditioning equipment enhances human comfort levels and reduces the energy consumption.

Eco-friendly refrigerants used in air conditioning equipment reduces ozone depletion.

Use of shading devices reduces the direct sun light through glass.

Energy efficient internal and external light fixtures have been used.

Use of artificial lighting during the day time is minimized.


Provision of separate space for storage of various waste materials.

Regionally manufactured construction materials have been used to reduce the environmental impacts resulting from transportation.

Recycled materials such as aluminium, ply board, vitrified tiles, glass etc., have been used in the construction to reduce the use of new virgin materials.

Use of certified wood to encourage environmentally responsible forest management.


Tobacco smoke prohibition in the campus to avoid the exposure of building occupants to tobacco smoke.

Carbon dioxide levels are regularly monitored for occupant comfort and well being.

30% more ventilation to improve indoor air quality improved occupant productivity.

Air conditioning equipment & systems are designed to maintain 24°c in all occupied spaces.

Separate exhaust provided for chemical storage, printer and copying rooms to minimize the exposure of occupants to chemicals.

Use of low emitting paints, adhesives, sealants, carpets and composite wood products to reduce the quantity of indoor air contaminants.

Provision of maximum day light in work spaces through the introduction of sunlight in workspace.

90% of building occupants are connected to outside environment through glazing.

The impact of energy and water costs directly affects the operations of the occupants. Water and Energy represents 30% percent of operating expenses in a typical office building.


Lower Operating Costs

Healthier Employee & Patient Environment

Improved Indoor Air Quality

Increased Occupant Comfort

Lower Employee Absenteeism

Increased Employee Satisfaction

Connection to the Outdoors

Reduced Energy Usage

Reduced Water Usage

Decreased Environmental Impact

Reduced Carbon Footprint/Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Reduced Solid Waste Output

Conservation of Natural Resources