Spanning nearly one million sqft, the new facility in Gurgaon exemplifies a forward-thinking approach to workplace design, sustainability, health, and wellness, while fostering a dynamic work environment. The facility has received LEED Gold certification for Building Design and Construction (BD+C) Core and Shell Development.

“American Express in India continues to develop in-country capabilities by leveraging its global expertise and local talent, fostering new opportunities and innovation for customers worldwide. The new office building provides a modern, energy efficient workspace that will enable our teams to continue driving innovation and delivering exceptional value to customers world-wide,” said Sanjay Khanna, CEO & Country Manager, American Express, India.

“Our new India campus is the largest office we’ve built from the ground up globally. It incorporates the latest design, sustainability, and technology advancements. As an addition to our portfolio of world-class facilities, we’re proud that it has achieved LEED Gold certification due to its thoughtful design and building standards,” said Gagandeep Singh, Senior Vice President, Global Real Estate & Workplace Experience, American Express.

Central to the design philosophy of the new campus is a focus on the health and wellness of the workforce. From sprawling green spaces to community areas including lounges and pantries, every aspect of the campus has been planned to promote movement, colleague well-being, and an enhanced work experience.

The infrastructure includes ergonomic workstations, collaboration spaces, and the latest technology, alongside quiet rooms, recreational rooms, and lounges for relaxation and rejuvenation, healthcare facilities, a cafeteria with a live kitchen, a fitness facility, outdoor sports courts, indoor table games, and terraces. User-friendly apps provide easy and efficient access to campus amenities and resources.

American Express’ dedication to advancing climate solutions is reflected in the sustainable design of the campus. The building has been designed with a wide range of advanced technologies to reduce environmental impact, including LED lighting to decrease energy use, smart building systems to optimize facility utilization, electric vehicle (EV) charging, renewable energy sources such as solar thermal power to provide hot water and lighting, as well as waste management and water reclamation.

The company has facilities in Gurgaon, Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, and Pune.