Charles M. Salter Associates achieves LEED Gold
Charles M. Salter Associates
Charles M. Salter Associates has achieved LEED Gold certification for their office renovation in the Hallidie Building in downtown San Francisco. The project achieved an Innovation in Design Pilot Credit for acoustical performance and occupant satisfaction, and is a leading example of acoustically comfortable green office design as one of the first LEED for Commercial Interiors projects.
Click here to view a video documenting how and why the firm achieved LEED Gold Certification. The multidisciplinary acoustical and technology consulting firm expanded their 4,500 square foot office in the historic Hallidie Building, a century-old building that currently houses the AIA office. The firm saw the opportunity as a showcase for creating a new way of designing a building and an office, focusing on user comfort alongside new green building practices and technology systems. Goals for the renovation included new office space, enhanced conferencing facilities for staff and demonstration facilities for clients.