Kuala Lumpur: GrandHyatt Kuala Lumpur, where NEAPOLI served as the Green Building Consultant, has been awarded the esteemed Green Building Index (GBI) Renewal Certification. Nestled in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the GrandHyatt is an iconic property, known for its luxury accommodations and world-class amenities, seamlessly blending comfort and sustainability.
This honour recognises GrandHyatt Kuala Lumpur’s renews commitment to environmental responsibility and places it as a benchmark for other establishments within the region.
The pursuit of the GBI Certification revolved around a comprehensive approach to occupant health & comfort, energy and water conservation. Key elements such as an energy-efficient HVAC system, air quality and state-of-the-art water saving measures have made a tangible difference in reducing the hotel’s resource footprint.
Dominic Bosco, Director of Engineering, at GrandHyatt Kuala Lumpur, played significant role in this endeavour, ensuring the rigorous application of green initiatives.
The Green Building Index (GBI) is Malaysia’s industry-recognised green rating tool for buildings to promote sustainability in the built environment and raise awareness among developers, architects, engineers, planners, designers, contractors and the public about environmental issues. This certification was formally presented to Olivier Lenoir, General Manager of GrandHyatt, and Dominic Bosco by Ar Lee Chor Wah, a distinguished member of the GBI accreditation panel.
This success reaffirms our dedication to promoting sustainable building practices, and we eagerly anticipate more milestones in our green journey.
Dr Stellios Plainiotis, CEO at NEAPOLI, commented, “This certification underlines our commitment to sustainability and the tangible impact of collaborative efforts in property management. Collaborating with the GrandHyatt Kuala Lumpur on this project has been a fulfilling journey.”