We take responsibility for our environmental impacts by integrating environmental considerations into our operations around the world.

Green buildings

We make long-term investments in our buildings that promote environmental efficiency and employee health and well-being. When it comes to our buildings and facilities around the world, we know there’s a greener way. Managing our facilities responsibly presents a large opportunity to reduce our environmental footprint; so, when we build or retrofit buildings, we utilize green construction practices and incorporate state-of-the-art efficiencies. We also undertake efforts to promote biodiversity around our facilities and engage our employees along the way.

Our efforts create a more pleasant work space for Invesco employees and clients, while ensuring our buildings will have a lower impact on the environment over time and yield significant cost savings. In addition to our new headquarters in Atlanta, our green building initiatives include:

  • Henley, England: powered by 100 percent renewable gas and electricity, including self-supplied electricity generated by site-based solar panels. The facility also has five EV chargers and a shuttle bus service to support sustainable commuter journeys.
  • Dublin, Ireland: LEED Platinum facility that features 100 percent renewable energy, rainwater harvesting and water-reduction fixtures, photovoltaic panels and tenant submetering for accurate consumption data.
  • Paris, France: moss green wall installed as part of a refurbishment project, improving air quality, reducing noise levels and creating a mood-enhancing environment.
  • Hong Kong: will be targeting LEED and WELL Gold in 2023, as part of the relocation project that commenced in 2022.

To further operate responsibly and to continuously reduce our impact on the environment, Invesco prioritizes leasing office space in green buildings. While we have limited control on energy procurement in our leased offices, we work with our landlords to encourage them to buy green energy whenever possible.

Our leased offices meet the following certifications:

  • Dallas, Texas, U.S., LEED Silver
  • Denver, Colorado, U.S., LEED Gold
  • Dublin, Ireland, LEED Platinum
  • Downers Grove, Illinois, U.S., Earth Flag Certification
  • Frankfurt, Germany, LEED Gold
  • Henley, England, 100 percent renewable energy
  • Houston, Texas, U.S., LEED Silver
  • Hyderabad, India, LEED Platinum
  • New York, New York, U.S., LEED Gold
  • Vancouver, B.C., Canada, LEED Gold and BOMA

U.S. EPA Energy Star certified buildings:

  • Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
  • Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
  • Dallas, Texas, U.S.
  • Denver, Colorado, U.S.
  • Downers Grove, Illinois, U.S.
  • New York, New York, U.S.
  • Newport Beach, California, U.S.
  • San Francisco, California, U.S.
  • Toronto, Canada
  • Washington D.C., U.S.
Green buildings

Our new Midtown Union headquarters

In 2022, Invesco completed construction on our new global headquarters at Midtown Union in Atlanta, which incorporates sustainability and well-being factors or elements. The project will contribute to Invesco’s target of reducing our energy use and emissions output by 46 percent by 2030.

The building is LEED Silver. The Invesco square footage is aspiring to obtain both LEED Platinum and WELL Platinum certification in 2023, which would make our headquarters the first in Georgia to receive both recognitions for a commercial interior project. LEED certification is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement and leadership in construction and design. WELL certified buildings also include features that impact human health and wellbeing, through air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort and mind..

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