d ideas of the Institution, but also allows it to serve its clients more effectively, thus amplifying opportunities for growth. Despite the high standard under which the facility was developed, the cost of the investment was strictly maintained. A comparative analysis utilizing the lease of a newly-constructed office building nearby grants the BBVA a cost saving of 28.88% within a 10-year period.
The BBVA invested heavily in community development, including illuminated, paved bicycle and pedestrian paths, sewer enhancements, electrical grid reinforcements, and 355 donated trees, with investments totaling $8.6 million. With a host of energy- and water-saving features, the project exemplifies responsible corporate citizenship by supporting Mexico City’s efforts to curb energy consumption, air pollution, and wastewater management. At the forefront of sustainable design, the building is anticipated to receive LEED Gold certification.
Gross Floor Area (mq)154000
ArchitectsSkidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Design teamGary Haney
Curriculum studio / partecipanteBBVA’s new layout provides 2.45 square meters of open outdoor space for each employee, seamlessly integrated into various moments of the building’s design. The facility also provides a subsidized meal plan with a full service cafeteria to all employees. This not only significantly reduces the number of BBVA’s 5,100 employees that leave the building during lunch time, which would otherwise provide serious traffic-flow concerns, but also serves to increase internal revenue and further highlight the building as a fully developed ecosystem. The creation of a new identity and set of standards to generate a highly performative workplace not only conveys the core brand ideas of the Institution, but also allows it to serve its clients more effectively. A comparative analysis utilizing the lease of a newly-constructed office building nearby grants the BBVA a cost saving of 28.88% within a 10-year period.
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