LEED & Sustainability

Summit Executive Center is being developed to LEED standards and the building will operate with a high level of energy efficiency.
Through the use of a lighter colored roofing materials, plus the inclusion of roof plantings, the “heat island effect” of the building will be drastically reduced, thereby keeping operating costs lower.
The window to core ratio allows more natural light to penetrate the office premises thereby reducing electrical usage and associated costs.
With its walkable proximity to the central business district and train station, the location and site plan design helps to promote “smart growth” principles by encouraging less vehicular dependence, creating a renewed focus on the pedestrian experience and reducing the carbon footprint.
Bike racks and showers will be provided to encourage bicycle use.