Corporate headquarters of Deutsche Post DHL receives American environmental prize for architecture

  • Post Tower recognized with the “10 Year Award” of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
  • The Bonn headquarters is one of the world’s most energy-efficient tall buildings

The Post Tower, the global headquarters of Deutsche Post DHL, has received a special distinction twelve years after its construction: The American Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (Chicago/USA) has selected the 162-meter office tower to be the recipient of the “10 Year Award”, a prestigious prize for sustainable design in architecture. The council honors buildings that have demonstrated over a period of ten years their capacity to operate sustainably. The world’s leading mail and logistics services provider placed great value on the energy concept during the construction of its corporate headquarters, which began operations in 2002.

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