Notable certified buildings include: Henderson’s The Henderson in Hong Kong (Platinum), Brookfield Properties’ ICD Brookfield Place in Dubai (Platinum), Skanska’s 17xM, USA (Gold) and GPE’s The Hickman, UK (Platinum).
Available for offices, SmartScore certification includes design and marketing tools which allow you to master your smart building journey and bring your technology vision to life. The certification also empowers you to demonstrate to investors and the wider market that your asset is future-ready.
Speaking about the news, CEO and Founder of WiredScore, Arie Barendrecht, commented:
“We are really proud to have reached such a significant milestone not just in terms of what it means for WiredScore and our own ambitions, but more importantly how it signifies a shift in the understanding of the wider real estate industry.
Buildings need to be tech-enabled to compete in today’s market, period. Our goal when we launched SmartScore was to demystify and educate what this means so that we can help landlords design and operate high-performing assets, and we can confidently say that we are making really positive progress to do just that.”
The first certified building was CEG’s EQ Building in Bristol, UK. Reaching SmartScore Gold, construction on the asset was recently completed, to offer the next generation of office buildings in the UK market. The 100th building to be certified was DWS’s Rondo 1, located in Warsaw, Poland. Achieving SmartScore Gold, the 2006 building has seen significant dedication from the landlord to future proof the asset using smart technology, keeping up with global standards.