Delhi Airport first in the world to adopt Arc

Published on: 
25 Jan 2017
Author: 
Joe Crea

Since attaining LEED Gold status, the state-of-the-art Terminal 3 (T3) at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi has taken its sustainability efforts a notch higher by adopting the cutting-edge digital platform Arc and becoming the first airport in the world to do so.

As the eighth largest airport in the world, spread across 5.3 million square feet and with a footprint of 34 million passenger annually, Indira Gandhi International Airport will use Arc to help the T3 operators and stakeholders measure their performance score in the areas of energy, water, waste, transportation and human experience on a daily basis.

Arc will highlight areas of improvement and enable T3 to benchmark against the best LEED projects, thereby setting a phenomenal example of environmental and social consciousness for the transit sector across the world.

According to Mahesh Ramanujam, President and CEO of USGBC and GBCI, “Arc represents a new era for green building; the platform takes LEED and other green building rating systems to the next level through the shared use of technology, feedback and recognition of excellence.” 

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