BEE - Bisagni Environmental Enterprise Recognized as Top 15 LEED Service Provider
SHANGHAI, November 3, 2017 (Newswire.com) - BEE – Bisagni Environmental Enterprise is pleased to announce that it was recognized by U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) as one of the Top 15 LEED Service Providers in China.
On Oct. 17-18, Greenbuild, the world’s largest conference and expo for green building, was held successfully in Shanghai, China. During the two-day Greenbuild China conference, industry leaders, experts and front-line professionals dedicated to sustainable building gathered together to discuss current research and best practices, innovative technologies and products for the future of the industry.
As one of the leaders in China’s green building industry, BEE was recognized at Greenbuild by USGBC as one of the top 15 LEED service providers in China. In response to the recognition, Alessandro Bisagni, BEE’s founder and managing director, commented: “It is a great honor to be included in this elite group of organizations that tirelessly spread the message of sustainable buildings across China and around the world.”
BEE has worked on more than 200 green building projects with more than 30+ million square feet of GFA in 25 countries, including the first LEED V4 project in the world (Haworth Beijing Showroom). BEE has also been recognized by USGBC as a LEED Proven Provider – the only company based in China to achieve this for LEED ID+C - and participates in the LEED User Group for Retail and the LEED Steering Committee. BEE has significant experience working across all building sectors, and will continue to serve the sustainable building community in China.
BEE - Bisagni Environmental Enterprise is an engineering consulting and material specialist firm, with offices in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Tokyo and Milan, focused on sustainability for the built environment. BEE provides a range of services including multidisciplinary green building consulting, intelligent building management and green materials solutions and trading.
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