The Edgo Atrium Recognized as a Pioneering Green Building

The Edgo Atrium Building was recently recognized at the Honoring Green Building Project event organized by the Jordan Green Building Council (JGBC) to celebrate its 15th anniversary at the King Hussein Club in Amman, Jordan.

The event was opened by the chairman of the JGBC Eng. Abdullah Bdeir and the CEO of the World Green Building Council, Cristina Gamboa and continued with a speech from His Excellency Dr Muawieh Radaideh, the Minister of the Environment.

The Edgo Atrium Building was recognized during the event as a pioneering green building setting standards for sustainability and providing a healthy, green built environment.

With a LEED Gold certification for its environmental sustainability, the Edgo Atrium building is situated in the heart of Amman’s Abdali district. The building’s seamless tenant security includes a facial recognition entry system and a license plate recognition system in its four floors of car parking. The building offers seven floors of office and commercial space as well as the SkyGarden, an extensive roof terrace that is fully furnished and equipped with BBQ facilities.

Jordan Green Building Council is a green business association that advocates for and promotes a healthy and resource-efficient built environment that contributes to climate action and circularity with sustainable development goals (SDGs). For more information visit: