The architect’s commitment to environmentally friendly, energy-efficient and sustainable solutions has resulted in the data processing centre achieving gold LEED certification.

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is an international certification system for green buildings. To be certified, a building must meet certain requirements relating to sustainability and location, and energy, water and material consumption, throughout the building’s life cycle.

With so much emphasis on the environment and sustainability, the fact that such a building is partly clad with façade panels from Steni says a lot about the company’s products and materials, says Jan Terje Nielsen.

“It tells us that we are doing something right, and that our continuing focus on the environment and sustainability will put us in a very good position when it comes to the buildings of the future,” he concludes.