Enhance sustainability, energy and water performance.
Our business adds value throughout the life cycle of your property.
Reduce operational cost. Improve sustainability. Manage carbon footprint.
Jones Lang LaSalle is an active leader in sustainable practices and initiatives that have a broader impact on the world. We maintain partnerships and close associations with many of the world’s leading sustainability organizations, including: The Better Buildings Initiative, Clinton Global Initiative, Ceres, Natural Resources Defense Council, Greenprint Foundation, the U.S. Green Building Council, China Greentech Initiative (CGTI) and ENERGY STAR.
Partner with Jones Lang LaSalle, the only real estate services firm to receive the Sustainable Cities award from Financial Times and the Urban Land Institute, a three-time winner of ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year and Sustained Excellence, and recipient of the 2009 Leadership Award from the U.S. Green Building Council.
For a more detailed summary of our firm awards and recognition:
Our Energy and Sustainability offerings are:
Energy Services including portfolio energy and sustainability management, integrated energy retrofits, existing building commissioning, energy assessments and commodity procurement, ENERGY STAR, ENERGY STAR labeling, and solar power solutions.
Assessments and Certifications such as LEED and Green Globes, and evaluations of prospective green acquisitions.
Consulting initiatives such as sustainability program design, green leases, employee education, employee engagement, and green IT infrastructure services.
A key success story
Owner of the Empire State Building
"Jones Lang LaSalle has been a key team member on our ground-breaking work to prove the economic viability of energy efficiency retrofits in the existing built environment"
Learn how we helped the Empire State Building reduce energy consumption by more than 38% in a project that pays for itself in about 3 years.
Energy and Sustainability Research
35 percent of greenhouse gases.
That’s how much buildings contribute to climate change. Our business strategies will reduce energy cost and carbon emissions by 15 to 50 percent.
View more research – click here to view the latest Global Sustainability Perspective