Atlas ArenA does everything with sustainability in mind, and we constantly strive to reduce our impact on the environment as well as improve the biodiversity in the area.

Atlas Community

What makes the place tick is its community, and we strive to create a truly vibrant one! We actively seek opportunities to connect with our tenants by organising events, activities and making AAA a place of interest in terms of sports & wellbeing, food,
and entertainment. Visit our Community page to check current events and activities.

Energy Performance Certificates

Each Atlas ArenA building has recently been certified with an A or A+ energy levels:

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A more sustainable workplace

  • Biodiversity: Landscaping and gardens incorporate a wide variety of local species to protect and encourage biodiversity

  • Sustainable partnering: Atlas ArenA partners and suppliers use sustainable materials, including eco-friendly cleaning products

  • Green Energy: All buildings across Atlas ArenA are powered by green, sustainable energy

  • Electric car charging stations: Convenient charging points across campus make it easy to charge electric vehicles

  • City cooling: Our systems for cooling and ventilation help conserve energy and reduce emissions

  • Energy efficiency: Every office building has been insulated and certified to A or A+ energy efficiency standards

Very Good

The Atlas ArenA Amsterdam complex and the Courtyard by Marriott hotel have recently been certified with a BREEAM-In Use Very Good. We are currently working on taking this to a higher level, aiming for BREEAM-In Use Excellent.

Our ESG Report

We're hard at work putting together an ESG Report for Atlas ArenA that highlights our efforts in becoming more sustainable. Exciting news – it'll be ready for download soon! Stay tuned for the release, and join us in celebrating our journey towards a greener and more responsible future.

On the campus, you will find lots of Atlas Bee Hotels
Find multiple cars charging stations across campus
Our gardeners plant and protect local species of trees and plants