Autodesk Gallery is a LEED Platinum Commercial Interior Space



Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a
rating system devised by the United States Green Building
Council (USGBC) to evaluate the environmental performance
of buildings and encourage architecture, engineering, and
construction industry transformation towards sustainable

LEED certification can apply to a variety of categories:

  • Building Design and Construction
  • Interior Design and Construction
  • Building Operations and Maintenance
  • Neighborhood Development
  • Homes

Back in 2009, the second floor of our Autodesk One Market
office achieved platinum certification for Interior Design and


The Autodesk Gallery at One Market in San Francisco and
our renovated office space are located in the historic Landmark
Building. At the time, the Autodesk offices were one of only
four Platinum-certified projects in San Francisco, and
second in the state of California under the commercial
interiors rating (the other was the Energy Foundation).

Here are the things our project earned points for to achieve a
platinum certification:

  • Heat Island Reduction, Nonroof
  • Water Use Reduction, 20%
  • Other Quantifiable Environment Performance
  • Development Density and Community Connectivity
  • Public Transportation Access
  • Parking Availability
  • Water Use Reduction, 20% Reduction in Tenant Water Use
  • Water Use Reduction, 30% Reduction in Tenant Water Use
  • Fundamental Building Systems Commissioning
  • Minimum Energy Performance
  • CFC Reduction in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning,
    and Refrigeration (HVAC&R) Equipment
  • Optimize Energy Performance: Lighting Power
  • Optimize Energy Performance: Lighting Controls
  • Optimize Energy Performance: HVAC (Heating, Ventilation,
    Air Conditioning)
  • Optimize Energy Performance: Equipment and Appliances
  • Enhanced Commissioning
  • Measurement and Payment Accountability: Submetering
  • Green Power
  • Storage and Collection of Recyclables
  • Construction Waste Management, Divert 50% from Landfill
  • Construction Waste Management, Divert 75% from Landfill
  • Resource Reuse, 30% Furniture and Furnishings
  • Recycled Content, 10% (postconsumer + preconsumer)
  • Recycled…

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