ASSA ABLOY is a Proud Member of the Regenerative Network

Partnership augments company's core sustainability strategy

The Regenerative Network (Network), the business consortium of leading global and venture-backed green building product manufacturers and service providers, welcomes ASSA ABLOY as the 25th member of the prestigious Network and the exclusive member of their industry category.

Led by David Gottfried, Founder of the USGBC and WorldGBC, the Network accelerates Members’ green transformation and facilitates green speed dating with leading AEC/Real Estate Portfolio Affiliates. It specializes in disruptive technologies and services that can provide quantum leaps in performance efficiencies. It works with members to continue boosting their sustainable performance by using its Regenerative Balance Sheet. “Environmental ethics and social responsibility are an integrated part of ASSA ABLOY’s commitment to providing products and services that are environmentally sound throughout the entire production process and the product life-cycle,” said Regenerative Network CEO and founder David Gottfried.  “ASSA ABLOY’s presence greatly enhances our dynamic roster of companies that seek the highest pinnacle of sustainability.”

“The environment, business ethics and social responsibility are critical issues that corporations must address to be integral members of society,” said Aaron Smith, Director of Sustainable Building Solutions at ASSA ABLOY. “Our unconditional aim is to make sustainability a central part of our business philosophy, culture and strategy.  Our membership in the Regenerative Network will help ASSA ABLOY realize these objectives and enhance our position as a socially responsible market leader.”

ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions, the company’s primary sales force to the market, has offices throughout North America that offer door and hardware consultative and specification writing services to architects, end-users, security integrators, facility managers and others involved in the construction, safety and security of a building.

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