Day Tower represents a landmark development not only in terms of location and function, but also in terms of sustainability. The building is designed to reach a minimum Very Good ranking under the BREEAM 2013 New Construction regulations.
BREEAM is the world’s leading sustainability assessment method for masterplanning projects, infrastructure and buildings. It addresses a number of lifecycle stages such as New Construction, Refurbishment and In-Use.
Energy consumption is reduced via efficient lighting system and well-designed façade, together with the MEP equipment.
The rooftop terrace is designed with an extensive green area, while the ground floor area is landscaped to provide an integrated urban environment for employees to relax and invigorate. Ecology protection measures applied during execution time enhance the sustainability of the site.
Indoor air quality is particularly considered via sensors that provide an optimum working environment. Carefully selected finishing materials contribute to the improvement of health, comfort and efficiency of people in the building.
Parking areas for bicycles are provided, as well as dedicated changing rooms equipped with showers and lockers. Electric recharging stations foster the use of electric vehicles and car sharing facilities are encouraged.