Located in Johnston, the campus has been LEED-certified, demonstrating the company’s commitment to conserving national resources.
We used the globally recognized LEED standard to assess the green building practices of our Commercial Interior design, such as:
The 3DS Corporate sustainability strategy is composed by 3 pillars:
Dassault Systèmes implemented sustainability objectives to reduce its environmental impacts related to building and energy performance. Thus, 3DS strives to move into high efficient energy performance buildings by preferring green building certification, especially LEED.
The 3DS Providence Campus in Johnston, RI has taken several steps to reflect the company’s dedication to sustainability. For example:
The Providence Campus is the headquarters of the 3DS SIMULIA Brand. Simulation software, such as the Apps offered by SIMULIA, is a key to Sustainable Innovation for our customers. For example, Amcor used SIMULIA to redesign its products, cutting resin costs and product carbon footprint by 27%.
Also, Dassault Systèmes creates awareness about sustainability among its People. The Providence Green Team has been active since 2011 and works with our Facilities and Human Resources teams to launch green initiatives every year. For example, in 2015, the Providence Green Team educated people about recycling, collected personal electronic waste, and launched a bike-to-work program to encourage people to commute to the Campus by bike to reduce their carbon footprint.
Finally, as a software developer, the Group is careful about the recycling of its IT equipment and ensures with its partners that its IT equipment is properly recycled.