World Financial Centre (“wfc”) in Beijing is the most technologically advanced, energy efficient and sustainable commercial building in the region. In 2010, wfc was awarded the highest possible Platinum certification under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design system (“LEED”), the internationally recognized green building certification standard developed by the U.S. Green Building Council.
wfc is a model of sustainable development, recognised for its energy savings, water efficiency, emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality, and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts.
wfc’s many features include a fully computerized Building Management System to monitor and control energy usage, insulated curtain wall system, grey water recycling system, and maximum use of natural light throughout.
wfc is the Platinum LEED certified commercial building . It is also certified as Platinum BEAM (Building Environmental Assessment Method) by The Hong Kong Green Building Council and has received other accolades including “Intelligent Building of the Year Award 2009” from the Asian Institute of Intelligent Buildings (“AIIB”) and “Quality Building Award 2010 (Certificate of Merit)” jointly presented by The Hong Kong Institute of Housing, Hong Kong Construction Association, The Hong Kong Institute of Architects and six other institutes/disciplines.