Our buildings are even “going green.” Lockheed Martin has a total of 25 LEED certified facilities, including seven Sandia National Laboratory facilities. An additional 14 Lockheed Martin facilities are working to achieve various levels of LEED certification. LEED certification is now required for all new construction, retrofits and future renovations. See our Blueprint for Tomorrow for additional details about our LEED certified facilities, safety performance awards and green power purchases.
As part of our building modernization process, we are using On Demand Variable Volume technology, which can potentially save millions of dollars in annual energy costs. We are also partnering with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Save Energy Now program to share our experiences and best practices.
- Seven Lockheed Martin buildings received an Energy Star Label from the Environmental Protection Agency, signifying that they rank in the top 25% of all buildings across the United States in a similar class.
- In 2011, Lockheed Martin provided LEED training for more than 100 employees.