The KPMG offices in Peru are located in the Torre Prado building, which is LEED certified. In addition to choosing a LEED building for their new corporate offices, KPMG also decided to acquire the LEED certification, achieving the silver level. The offices have a modern architectural design that gives its occupants the highest comfort and quality of the environment. In addition, these offices are designed around efficiency, achieving 35% savings in water due to the choice of efficient taps and sanitary devices. They have motion, presence, and daylight sensors for lighting, reaching 18% savings in energy consumption. The offices were built with ecological refrigerants, an energy submetering system, and spaces to segregate the waste from the office’s daily operations. 50% of the construction waste was carried out under construction. Regarding the interior environmental quality, mechanical ventilation was designed with 30% more than that required by the ASHRAE 62.1 2010 standard, providing high levels of air purity to its occupants and has a no-smoking policy considering the terrace.