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Toyota's newly completed North American campus in Plano has reached the highest level of LEED certification by the U.S. Green Building Council months after the Japanese automaker opened the Plano campus . Toyota North America CEO Jim Lentz received the sought-after platinum award Thursday from the Texas chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council. "With the installation of greenspaces, thousands of solar panels, a massive rain water capture system, and natural light wells, we have designed our new headquarters to reflect the local habitat and enhance its biodiversity," said Lentz, in a statement.
With a $1 billion sticker price and more than 4,000 highly paid employees, the Toyota North America headquarters consolidation in Plano ranks as the biggest project of its type ever to choose North Texas. Comparing the automaker's project side by side with Amazon’s highly hyped second headquarters, however, is like parking a tiny Toyota Prius next to a Toyota Sequoia full-size SUV. Amazon’s (AMZN) projected employment of 50,000 full-time jobs at its new “HQ2“ is more than 10 times the number of jobs created by Toyota (TM).
There are a number of new cab, engine and transmission configurations.