Arthrex’s North Naples campus qualifies as certified wildlife habitat

Recently, Arthrex was again recognized for its dedication to creating environmentally friendly workspaces when the Naples campus was designated a Certified Wildlife Habitat through the National Wildlife Federation and its Florida Wildlife Federation affiliate. The honor recognizes Arthrex for its commitment to sustainably providing the essential elements of the wildlife habitat.

When Arthrex and DeAngelis Diamond began to work on the construction of the global headquarters campus, care was taken to incorporate environmentally friendly aspects into the buildings and the campus. This includes the culvert, or buried canal, to preserve the waterway that crosses through the Arthrex global headquarters campus. This way, employees and guests will be able to enjoy expansive greenspace next to Arthrex One without disrupting the canal. The same goes for the Speedbridge, which was constructed over an existing waterway, allowing the habitat to be maintained for various plant, bird and fish species while helping employees and guests get from the Inc. building to the rest of the campus.


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