The technology-networking firm recently unveiled its new St.Louis regional sales headquarters built to Leadership in Energy andEnvironmental Design (LEED) standards for clean air and energyefficiency – the first of many LEED-certified offices andfacilities Cisco plans to build.


The firm is occupying 17,400 sf in Chesterfield Ridge Center atthe 1,500-acre master planned community being developed by SachsProperties.


"Reducing our impact on the environment is important to Cisco,to our customers and to the community," said John Moses, regionalmanager for Cisco's Missouri Commercial Region. "Our new 'green'office features the latest in Cisco workspace design andcollaborative technologies such as TelePresence, which helps reducecarbon emissions by minimizing travel. Using these tools, Cisco iscommitted to helping people work, live, learn and play in a moreenvironmentally friendly way."

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