Putrajaya Hospital is a Malaysian government-owned public hospital in the administrative region of Putrajaya. Originally founded in 1998, this hospital has 369 beds.
Hospital Putrajaya started sustainability program in 2010s and pursuing LEED v4 O+M existing building certification in 2020, certified in August 2021 with 81 points in LEED v4 O+M rating which is Platinum-rated, highest level possible
Innovative Sustainability Features
1. An energy star rating of 100 is achieved, making the hospital a top performer under the Energy Star Portfolio Manager with an Energy Utilization Index (EUI) of 2.57GJ/m² compared to the national median EUI of 5.3GJ/m2.
2. Building energy management system with tracking and monitoring of energy consumption.
3. Protect and restore over 31% of the site area with native or adapted vegetation
4. 40.6 % reduction in indoor water use over EPA baseline with the use of efficient fittings.
5. 65 % reduction in outdoor water use over baseline with the installation of the RWH system, plant selection and efficient irrigation system.
Certifications & Awards
LEED v4 O+M Platinum Certification (Highest rated)