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FURMAN DEVELOPMENT

TD Bank Corporate Campus

Selection and redevelopment of previously contaminated industrial brownfield site

 

The TD Bank Campus is an $85 million, multi-phase public/private development that promises to “redefine the American office park.” The entire project comprises 1.2 million square feet. The first phase consists of 250,000 square feet of office and meeting space. Sited on over 65 acres east of Greenville, South Carolina, the campus is being built for TD Bank. The bank secured partnerships with the State of South Carolina and the City of Greenville, and has engaged Furman Development to develop the campus, from land acquisition to project delivery.

 

The guiding design principle for the campus has been to create a people’s park from which buildings emerge, and not a conventionally-landscaped office park. The complex will become a garden office community, enhanced by hundreds of hardwood trees, which have been selected under the careful supervision of Furman Development’s staff Project Manager and Certified Arborist, in close cooperation with Trees Greenville, Upstate Forever, and the South Carolina Forestry Commission.

 

The TD Campus has been designed to be in compliance with the US Green Building Council’s guidelines for Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design (LEED®) Silver Certification.

 

  • 116,000 s.f. Building A class-A office space | 97,000 s.f. Building B class-A office space | 41,000 s.f. call center

  • Internal and external views through transparent curtain wall systems

  • Exterior terraces

  • Modular green roofs

  • Low-flow plumbing fixtures

  • Day-lighting techniques and interior lighting controls

  • High-performance building materials

  • Energy-recovery mechanical systems and building-monitoring systems

  • Extensive bike paths, public transportation access, preferred parking for carpool participants and low emission/fuel-efficient vehicles

  • Turf grass areas and mature, indigenous landscape materials to reduce potable water use

  • Incorporation of low-VOC (volatile organic compounds) materials, filtered outside air, managed moisture and dust control to improve indoor environmental quality.