Canon U.S.A., Inc. announced that its corporate headquarters has been voted “Best Office Building” on Long Island by readers of the Long Island Business News in their annual Reader Ranking Survey. Located at One Canon Park in Melville, New York, Canon Americas headquarters opened its doors in February 2013 and is headquarters for Canon’s business in North and South America. This is the second time the readers of Long Island Business News picked Canon as the number one office building – Canon Americas headquarters secured first place as Best Office Building in 2018, and has made the top 3 every year for the past 5 years.
“We are honored to win this award for the second time and would like to thank the readers of Long Island Business News for recognizing Canon Americas headquarters,” said Seymour Liebman, executive vice president, chief administrative officer and general counsel, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “Canon strives to meet the needs of not only customers, but of the community and the environment, and in the case of our building it is important to be green as a way of contributing to society.”
Located just off the Long Island Expressway near the technology corridor of Route 110, Canon Americas headquarters offers many modern amenities on its 52-acre campus. The complex features an open, campus-like feel with green space, a walking trail and two retention ponds. Within the five-story, 700,000-square-foot complex, Canon employees enjoy a state-of-the-art showroom, learning center, cafeteria, fitness center and other amenities.
The building reflects Canon’s strong commitment to environmental sustainability, keeping in line with its philosophy of Kyosei, which translates to “all people, regardless of race, religion or culture, harmoniously living and working together into the future.” Canon Americas headquarters measures more than 500 feet long and nearly 300 feet wide, with 40.8 percent of the total building materials by value having been manufactured using recycled materials. One Canon Park was awarded LEED Gold certification, a recognition for the design, construction, operations and maintenance of high-performance green buildings. The facility stands as a model for environmental stewardship and innovation, as the largest commercial property on Long Island to achieve this level of LEED.