To wrap up our Green Building Week, we rounded up a few of the LEED certified buildings we’re proud to call our customers. Each of these buildings have applied policies and procedures to promote environmental stewardship and create healthy work environments for employees.

The USGBC headquarters in Washington, DC was the first to achieve LEED certification. Now they have developed a living lab for people to experience and learn the ins out outs of how green buildings work.

Santa Clara University’s Student Activities Center was rewarded the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design in 2010. With energy efficient features, water saving practices and sustainable design, the University has earned the Gold certification.

On December 5th, 2006, Adobe Systems Incorporated announced that the U.S. Green Building Council had awarded them with LEED Platinum certifications for Adobe’s headquarters towers in downtown San Jose.

Last but not least, in 2013 the M&T Stadium became the first existing outdoor professional sports facility in the United States – including all NFL and Major League Baseball stadiums – to receive USGBC’s Gold LEED rating.

Read more about the LEED certification here.