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EMSI Milestone

EMSI’s 100th certified project, China Development Bank Headquarters held its LEED Award Ceremony in Beijing recently.

 

 

U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Chief Operating Officer Mahesh Ramanujam and Global Marketing Development Director Nellie Cheng visited the EMSI Shanghai office to present the 100th certified project certificate to EMSI.

 

“I have the honor of presenting EMSI—a long-time partner of USGBC’s—with a LEED plaque for their 100th LEED-certified building.” said Mahesh Ramanujam. “On behalf of USGBC's 13,000 member organizations, its thousands of LEED users, 200,000 LEED professionals and the millions of global citizens who strive to create a better environment for the next generations, I offer my sincerest congratulations to EMSI.”

 

 

Ronnie Zheng, Managing Director of EMSI (left), receiving the LEED plaque for EMSI’s 100th LEED-certified building from Mahesh Ramanujam (right), USGBC’s Chief Operating Officer.

 

On EMSI’s 100th project anniversary, the business is proud to report that it has pursued LEED for 51 office buildings, 21 factories, 14 mixed-use buildings, five residential projects, three showrooms, two R &D buildings, two meeting centers, one community building and one commerce building.

 

EMSI is a pioneer in China and introduced LEED to the country 10 years ago. The company offers LEED design consulting, sustainable building design support, as well as commissioning services for new construction, existing buildings and sustainable communities. EMSI has achieved top market share in LEED consultancy with a 100% success rate of attaining final LEED certification to date. EMSI’s diverse building portfolio and its ongoing commitment to LEED and a healthier China demonstrates true leadership.

 

 

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Customers’ satisfaction with EMSI is apparent from their glowing reviews. “At every stage, EMSI fulfilled its scope with great care and diligence. EMSI’s excellent work contributed greatly to InterfaceFLOR’s achieving LEED CI Gold. This is the first time that a commercial interior in China has achieved a LEED rating.” said Mike Anderson, General Manager, InterfaceFLOR Greater China.

 

“EMSI is devoted to supporting our customers in developing green buildings and communities. The team is proud to be able to contribute to the sustainability of the world.” concludes Ronnie Zheng, Managing Director of EMSI.