During construction, all necessary steps have been followed to achieve LEED Certification and pre-qualification has already been attained. The (LEED) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design is a set of rating systems for Design, Construction, Operation and Maintenance of Green Buildings and neighborhoods which has been developed by US Green Building Council (USGBC), to help building owners and operators be environmentally responsible and use resources/energy efficiently resulting in cost saving and positive community impact. As an example of this, the building has been designed to minimize the sun’s heating effects by maximizing the surface area of its façade on its northern side. Additionally, Mega Corporate Tower is designed with Raised Access Flooring and an Under Floor Air Distribution system that results in efficient productivity of its HVAC System and improved ventilation/indoor air quality.
Walking into the building one enters through a double height opening with a graceful canopy. Extensive glass use gives individuals an air of openness when entering via the towering doorway. It also floods the main lobby with natural daylight, a feature common in all areas of the development. Along with these architectural details, technical aspects of the front allow it to remain unquestionably secure.
An executive and VIP drop off area has also been created on the second floor of the tower. Attached to a private yet grand lobby, this allows tenants who have admission to it a tranquil entrance and exit t/from their work space, away from the bustle of the city below. This reception area can be accessed via slide gates that provide right of entry to the offices above, the parking lot and an executive management lounge in the rear.
Only the finest materials have been used throughout the building, adding to its sophistication. From grey marble floors to travertine walls, Mega Corporate Tower's design team has gone out of its way to bring some of the world's most elegant and refined stones to surround the everyday working lives of our tenants.
An added aesthetic and practical bonus of the project is the technical porcelain used to clad the outside of the building coupled with the highest quality glass ever used in Pakistan. The porcelain, hailing from Spain, is weather proof, stain resistant and of course LEED certified; just like the glass.