Sands ECO360 | Our Journey of Sustainable Development

Our iconic properties are architectural masterpieces and many of them are also examples of functional sustainable design.
Jul 7, 2016 9:00 AM ET

As featured in the 2015 Sands ECO360 Report

As a developer of Integrated Resorts, we have the opportunity to influence design and construction decisions to build high-performance green buildings.

The Palazzo Las Vegas was our first green building constructed according to the LEED rating system.

Built on the 126-acre former Bethlehem Steel plant, Sands Bethlehem is the largest remediated brownfield site in the United States. This project demonstrated our commitment to preservation.

Marina Bay Sands in Singapore was designed and built using the Singapore Building Construction Authority Green Mark Standard, with sustainable features such as a rainwater harvest system and wind-activated art that reduces solar heat transfer.

Sands Cotai Central was our first property in Macao to introduce sustainability features such as recycling and more efficient LED lighting into the development process.

The Global Sustainable Development Standards were created for new development and renovation projects.

With our rapid expansion in Macao, we relocated a green building expert to oversee the implementation of our Sustainable Development Standards.

After successfully deploying the standards in new development projects, we applied them to upgrading our existing buildings. • We opened The St. Regis Macao, our first property with all LED lighting.

View the complete 2015 Sands ECO360 Report