Gensler is a global design firm that partners with clients to make cities more livable, work smarter and leisure more engaging. Our 3,800 professionals networked across 44 locations believe quality design can transform organizations and improve people’s lives. Since 1965, we have helped clients achieve measurable business and organizational goals, delivering projects as large as a city and as small as a task light for an individual desk.
Gensler regards sustainable design as a guiding principle for all building and interior projects. As designer of the first large-scale U.S. office building to use underfloor air systems, Gensler has been at the forefront of the movement for responsible design that considers the impact of decisions made today on our lives tomorrow. Additional pioneering green activities include designing the first LEED®-certified retail rollout prototype (PNC Bank), the first LEED-certified data center (Fannie Mae), and the first LEED-certified car dealership in the U.S. (Pat Lobb Toyota of McKinney, Texas). Gensler has more than 1,100 LEED Accredited Professionals. In 2005, Gensler received the Leadership Award for Organizational Excellence from the U.S. Green Building Council for its commitment to the advancement of sustainable design.