Fibra MTY obtained LEED® OM+M v4.1 certification for 11 of its properties, 140 thousand square meters in total, located in different locations throughout the country. Silver Level: ▪️ Cuadrante - Cd. Juarez, Chihuahua. ▪️ Prometeo - San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León. Gold Level: ▪️ Huasteco Alfa - San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí. ▪️ Huasteco Zona Comercial - San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí. ▪️ Patria 888 - Zapopan, Jalisco. ▪️ Esfera La Perla - Zapopan, Jalisco. ▪️ Biosfera La Perla - Zapopan, Jalisco. ▪️ Torre Morada 1 - Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. ▪️ Torre Morada 2 - Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. ▪️ Plaza Central - Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. ▪️ Fortaleza - Huixquilucan, Estado de Mexico.
LEED OM+M v4.1
LEED OM+M v4.1
Fibra MTY, being a real estate investment trust, acquires and manages commercial, industrial and office properties, providing an outstanding level of profitability in the market. With more than 60 properties, it offers a solid business model for its investors. In addition, in their commitment to society and the environment, they work under ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) criteria.
11 buildings,1 mision: make a positive impact
The project, of these certifications, began in April 2022 with a single objective: to continue with its commitment to sustainability as a strategy to positively benefit all its Stakeholders, contributing to their well-being, offering them a favorable socioeconomic environment and, in turn, mitigate the environmental impact of its properties.
Fastest turnaround time
Due to the client's specifications, we needed to certificate the 11 buildings before 2022 ended. In addition to this, the buildings were in different states of Mexico with different managements. The initial diagnosis and collection of information showed the need for the buildings, except for Fortaleza, of the implementation or modernization of air renewal equipment. Air renewal is the process of cleaning, filtering and replenishing the air in an enclosed space, which helps to reduce the amount of contaminants; the implementation of this strategy allowed the reduction of energy consumption, as well as the improvement of the health and comfort of its occupants.
We achieved better results than expected
In each of the buildings, we worked hand in hand with the administration and maintenance teams to apply best practices in the management of air conditioning equipment. As part of the action plan, an automated lighting and ventilation control system was implemented in common areas to avoid keeping equipment on unnecessarily. A permanent program was implemented to separate and recycle paper, cardboard, glass, plastics, metals, batteries and electronic waste, together with graphic support, promoting collaborative actions to maintain best practices in favor of the sustainability of the buildings.