Hyatt Regency


Type of Project: Building Certification
Services Provided: Full LED lighting retrofit and Photovoltaic System consulting


With the guidance of Green Building Hawaii, the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa has become the first resort in Hawaii, and the third resort in the world, to achieve a Silver level certification under the United States Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance (EBOM) rating system. This significant achievement recognizes the Hyatt’s outstanding performance in areas such as energy and water efficiency, waste diversion and recycling, sustainable purchasing, site management, and indoor environmental quality.


In 2018, Hyatt San Francisco Airport participated in LEED® Performance Score, which is a USGBC® program that awards points based on efficiency of operations and occupant well-being. Performance was assessed across five sustainability categories including Energy, Water, Waste, Transportation, and Human Experience. The LEED® plaque shows the total performance points for each sustainability category.

Green Building Hawaii and their partner Unico Sustainability provided LEED consulting services to guide Hyatt SFO though the LEED Performance score process. The successful LEED Gold certification made Hyatt SFO one of the first large hotel properties in the country to use the Performance Score for it’s initial certification. The program will ensure continued involvement and improvement as performance metrics are continually updated as part of the process.

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