Monday, November 28, 2011

LEED Certified Building News Conference: Centerpoint

Building Connecticut’s Green-Economy for the 21st Century Middlesex County Leading the Way

Middletown, CT (November 22, 2011) – The developers of Centerpoint Connecticut and the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce invite you to attend a news conference on Monday, November 28th at 1:30pm. The leaders of Middletown, along with the region’s legislative delegation, will be joining us to announce the relocation of a leading “clean-tech” firm to Centerpoint Connecticut, the state’s first-ever “green” office complex for small businesses. The clean-tech company will be occupying the entire upper level of 6,200 square feet in the first newly constructed LEED® Silver registered building on the Centerpoint campus (first of seven buildings).

The interior has been built-to-suit with a complete innovative “green” floor plan design and finishes. According to the clean-tech firm’s CEO, “Centerpoint Connecticut’s design and construction matches with our corporate values of environmental and economic sustainability.” Centerpoint Connecticut was founded on environmental stewardship through the use of renewable materials, efficient technologies and sustainable design practices to minimize environmental impacts and provide significant operational cost savings through reduced energy consumption.

Find out who is relocating to Centerpoint Connecticut, how Middlesex County is focused on becoming the home for environmentally-friendly businesses and see firsthand how the emerging green economy is taking shape in central Connecticut.

Where: Centerpoint Connecticut 306 Industrial Park Road, Middletown

When: Monday, November 28th at 1:30pm

Contact: Jon Crane



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