Microsoft Embraces Sustainable Practices as Buildings Come Down on Redmond Campus

Read the full story in Environmental Leader.

Microsoft has begun the demolition of 13 buildings on its 500-acre Redmond, Washington, campus; the company says it will be embracing sustainable practices as it removes the buildings to make way for 18 new ones. When the project is complete, the new campus will provide a more modern workplace and “create greater collaboration and community,” the company says.

During the demolition process, Microsoft is “putting a lot of effort” into finding innovative ways to reduce its impact and to optimize resource usage, says Michael Ford, Microsoft general manager of global real estate and security.

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