A top priority for today’s innovative companies
The world is waking up to heavy timber as a sustainable building material, and T3 Sterling Road is at the leading edge of this movement. This matters enormously to today’s workforce.
“Sustainability Matters in the Battle for Talent” —Harvard Business Review
PROTECTING OLD GROWTH
T3 Sterling Road’s timber structure comes from young trees, which are more readily renewable and protect our old-growth forests.
An estimated 3,646 metric tons of carbon will be stored in the timber structure of this modern office campus.
LESS CO2 PRODUCED
Compared with steel or concrete, T3 Sterling Road’s timber construction avoids emitting approximately 1,411 metric tons of carbon dioxide into our atmosphere.
T3 Sterling Road is targeting LEED Gold certification, and will embody the highest standards for sustainability and health. From highly efficient power and heating systems to clean building materials to biophilia and natural light, this building is healthy for the planet, and the people who will work here.