Campbell Soup Company Employee Center New Jersey, Camden Building, Architects, LEED

Campbell Soup Company Employee Center, Camden, NJ

New Jersey Building design by KlingStubbins, USA

Jun 22, 2011

Location: Camden, New Jersey, USA

Date built: 2010

Design: KlingStubbins

Campbell’s Employee Center receives LEED Silver

KlingStubbins joins the iconic Soup Company in celebrating its distinctive, new building

Campbell Soup Company Camden, NJ
photograph from KlingStubbins

Campbell Soup Company Employee Center

Camden, NJ – June 22, 2011 – The Campbell Soup Company’s Employee Center has been awarded LEED NC Silver Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). LEED Certification was one of the many complex spatial, performance, and programmatic criteria targeted by the KlingStubbins project team, and through sustainable strategies, the project attained LEED Silver Certification, exceeding the original goal of Certified.

In Campbell Soup Company’s ongoing efforts to represent innovation, progression, and a stimulation of local economic growth, the company wanted to construct a dynamic, ecologically friendly structure to house employee services. The building, which opened in June of 2010, employs energy efficient HVAC systems, water conservation, recycled building materials, and daylight harvesting, among other sustainable features. The energy efficient structure and construction of the Employee Center reinforces the principles, beliefs, and promise of the Campbell Soup Company while rendering it a steward of sustainable design.

KlingStubbins currently has 20 LEED certified projects and nearly 30 LEED registered projects.

KlingStubbins provides professional services in all major disciplines within the realm of architecture, engineering, interiors, planning, and landscape architecture. The firm consists of over 400 professionals in its Philadelphia, PA; Cambridge, MA; Raleigh, NC; San Francisco, CA; Washington, DC; and Beijing, China offices. Its areas of market focus and specialization include Corporate/Commercial, Government, Science + Technology, Higher Education, Hospitality/Entertainment, Institutional/Civic, Mission Critical, and Healthcare. The company is a global leader in sustainable design and an innovator in project delivery.

About Campbell Soup Company

Campbell Soup Company is a global manufacturer and marketer of high-quality foods and simple meals, including soup and sauces, baked snacks and healthy beverages. Founded in 1869, the company has a portfolio of market-leading brands, including “Campbell’s,” “Pepperidge Farm,” “Arnott’s” and “V8.” Through its corporate social responsibility program, the company strives to make a positive impact in the workplace, in the marketplace and in the communities in which it operates. Campbell is a member of the Standard & Poor’s 500 and the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes. For more information, visit

U.S. Green Building Council

The Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Green Building Council is committed to a prosperous and sustainable future for our nation through cost-efficient and energy-saving green buildings. With a community comprising 78 local affiliates, nearly 16,000 member companies and organizations, and nearly 167,000 LEED Professional Credential holders, USGBC is the driving force of an industry that is projected to contribute $554 billion to the U.S. gross domestic product from 2009-2013. USGBC leads an unlikely diverse constituency of builders and environmentalists, corporations and nonprofit organizations, elected officials and concerned citizens, and teachers and students.


The U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED green building certification system is the foremost program for the design, construction and operation of green buildings. Nearly 40,000 projects are currently participating in the commercial and institutional LEED rating systems, comprising nearly 8 billion square feet of construction space in all 50 states and 120 countries.

In addition, more than 11,000 homes have been certified under the LEED for Homes rating system, with more than 52,000 more homes registered. By using less energy, LEED-certified buildings save money for families, businesses and taxpayers; reduce greenhouse gas emissions; and contribute to a healthier environment for residents, workers and the larger community. For more information, visit

Campbell Soup Company Employee Center Camden image / information from KlingStubbins


Location: Campbell Soup Company Employee Center, Camden, New Jersey, USA

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