This film captures the elements that contribute to making Skanska unique in the industry: capability; Scandinavian values; global presence; an end-to-end offering that includes development, design, building and maintaining.
Through a gigantic rooftop solar array, the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design at Georgia Tech will generate more electricity than used annually and bring a higher level of sustainability to the southeast U.S.
Re-purposed materials will also comprise much of the building, including floor decks made from dismantled movie filming sets.
More facts and photos about the project in ARCHITECT magazine:
What role does the world’s largest cities have in driving towards a carbon free future? We spoke to Laura Jay from C40, a network of the world’s megacities, about the challenges and opportunities she sees for cities.
For more on how we can cut carbon see: www.skanska.com/carbon