The AFI Park 2&3 buildings were from the beginning a company level challenge for us. It wasn’t just the fact that we had to step beyond the limits of our powers of execution and supplying but we were also faced with the challenges of sustaining this project while running at the same time other big projects such as Hermes Business Campus and similar projects in Hungary. Another very important requirement of the project was the fact that it had to be one of Bucharest’s biggest landmarks with an exceptional LEED rating.
Through the JVP raised access floor systems manufacturer and Desso Commercial Carpets we managed to sustain the LEED Gold certification for the second and the third office buildings of the business complex AFI Park.
The latest news regarding the AFI Park building was, according to EuropaProperty.com, the fact that the third building “received the LEED Gold certification under the LEED for Core & Shell Rating System for Green Buildings, becoming the third office building in AFI Park to obtain such high qualification. Due to AFI Europe’s green design strategy based on which the buildings were developed, the tenants in AFI Park benefit of an estimated 40 percent reduction of energy consumption and water use compared to a regular office building.”