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Report | One building can change the world – Empire State Building’s groundbreaking leadership

Summary

As project manager of the Empire State Building energy retrofit and program manager of the analytical process, Jones Lang LaSalle offers organizations unique insight into the impact this high-profile project has had on the worldwide movement to make commercial buildings more energy efficient. The energy retrofit is on track to meet or exceed its goal of reducing energy usage by 38 percent, saving some 115,000 tons of greenhouse gas emissions over the next 15 years. In undertaking the $106 million energy retrofit, owner Anthony E. Malkin had three overarching goals: to make the business case for economically feasible integrated retrofits, to establish a model that can be replicated throughout the U.S. and the world, and to commit himself and his project team to actually moving the needle on sustainable public policy in order to motivate others to follow suit.

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