Oriflame’s Building Awarded LEED Silver Certification
Oriflame's Distribution Centre awarded LEEDTM Silver Certification
Oriflame awarded the globally recognised LEEDTM Silver Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, for the new Global Distribution Centre at Noginsk, Moscow.
The Oriflame Global Distribution Centre in Noginsk, Moscow Region, has been awarded the Silver Certification using the LEED for New Construction rating system. The project is the largest industrial LEED certified building in Russia by quite some margin, and is only the third of this type of building in
Russia to be certified.
The Swedish cosmetics giant Oriflame has grown rapidly in Russia and, to satisfy demand, decided to construct a new distribution and production centre in Noginsk, just outside Moscow.
The 56,000m² facility consists of two connected Astron buildings equipped with a complete Lindab ventilation system. It was the ability to meet Oriflame’s environmental policy that led to Astron being awarded the contract.
“Lindab’s solution, with a complete indoor climate and ventilation system combined with Astron’s optimisation of the building’s insulation values, meant that the building qualified for LEED certification, thereby satisfying Oriflame’s strict environmental requirements,” explains Alexander Seleznov, GD at StoryTech 5, the main contractor for the project.
The largest industrial LEED certified building in Russia
LEED is an internationally recognised green building certification system, providing thirdparty verification that a building or community was designed and built using strategies aimed at improving performance across all the metrics that matter most: energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality, and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts.