The San Francisco HQ of Wells Fargo was awarded a Gold LEED certification in 2018, with the office’s sustainable innovation in design and green power scoring maximum points.
Other features that the office was credited with are associated with the Energy and Atmosphere scoring, including its optimization of lighting power and lighting controls, and the process and tools by which they measure and verify their energy performance.
This isn’t the first office of the finance giants to be LEED certified either. In 2011, their 250,000 sq ft site in Norfolk, Virginia was awarded gold standard. Both its innovation in design and efficient use of water and landscaping scored highly as part of the building’s recognition.
LEED Rating: Gold – 71