Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2020 | Cushman & Wakefield

Achieving Significant Savings for Occidental Management Cushman & Wakefield has been working with real estate firm Occidental Management since it purchased its new 20-building, 3.8 million-square- foot campus in Overland Park, Kansas in July 2019. With an annual electricity average spend of over $8.5 million and energy consumption of nearly 103 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) documented when the campus was purchased, there were ample opportunities to reduce energy usage and achieve cost savings. By implementing operational changes and lighting projects, we were instrumental in reducing energy consumption by more than 13 million kWh, saving the client approximately $1.1 million annually.

Ensuring Safe and Productive Workspaces Post-COVID-19

Cushman & Wakefield was tapped to develop 16 Tech’s post-COVID-19 operating protocols and procedures, ensuring safe and productive workspaces for building owners, tenants, contractors and other stakeholders in downtown Indianapolis’ innovation district. 16 Tech is a $500 million, 50-acre development with a mix of office, creative, residential and retail spaces in addition to green space and trails to foster innovation in tech, life sciences and advanced manufacturing. We were also hired to provide property management services for the 16 Tech Innovation Hub, a $23 million adaptive reuse project currently under construction in the 16 Tech Innovation District.


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