Pope Architects’ Atrium office space achieves LEED-CI Certification

Monday, July 21st, 2014

Pope Architects new home office in the Atrium building of Bandana Square becomes our newest LEED Certified project.

The 14,000 sq. ft. tenant improvement project is officially LEED-CI v2009 Certified by the USGBC.

To accommodate our growing practice, Pope Architects moved from its home of 13 years in the Bandana Square building to the current second-level space in the adjacent Atrium Building.

We wanted to reinvigorate our own space and incorporate sustainable, responsible and durable design practices into an energizing and unique office setting.¬†Our office space showcases that environmental responsibility doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice on design or technology.

Pope Architects is a leader in sustainable design and green building methods. To show our commitment to green design and operational efficiency, we elected to pursue the LEED for Commercial Interiors certification to show that we, as a firm, value sustainability.

Check out more photos of the Atrium office space or learn about our additional projects with sustainable features.


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