Konami HQ wins LEED prize for environmentalism

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Konami Gaming has announced that it has won a Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) Silver Certification for the recently-completed expansion of its Las Vegas headquarters.

The US Green Building Council awarded official LEED status for the 316,000 square foot site, with leading sustainable features such as subterranean parking, car-charging stations, LED lighting, water efficient landscaping, responsibly-resourced building materials, and complete geothermal heating and cooling.

“At Konami, we are always striving to take a leadership role in everything we do, and attaining LEED Silver Certification for our headquarters facility is another example of this approach to our business,” said Tom Jingoli, the company’s chief administration officer and senior vice president. “Building our facility to be LEED certified may not have been the easiest or least expensive way to go, but we believe it was the right way to do things for our employees, the community, the environment, and our customers.”

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