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Have you met LEED v4?

Published on 18 Dec 2013 Posted in LEED

LEED v4 – a new, sophisticated way of taking projects to the next level. With a built-in suite of tools and resources, LEED v4 was developed with project teams in mind.

LEED Online
Be one of the first to experience the new look and functionality. Projects that register for LEED v4, including Homes and Multifamily projects, have access to a newly updated LEED Online platform. Register a project »

Easy access to forms and calculators
For LEED v4, submittal forms are now available in the LEED Credit Library as well as LEED Online, making them easier to use and more accessible to all users. Now you can see what documentation you need to provide even before you register a project. Go to the Library »

Web-based reference guides
When project teams have a question about LEED requirements, they reach for the reference guide. Completely restructured for LEED v4, reference guides are now available in two formats. The print/pdf formats you know and love and a new web based guide that combines the content of the original version the functionality of the credit library and includes online tutorials and videos. Purchase »

A free 90-day trial of the web-based reference guide suite is included with every purchase of the print/pdf format.

And there’s more.

  • Revamped LEED education to get you the knowledge you need, now
  • A completely revised, easy-to-use certification policy manual
  • Greater access to project support and an enhanced customer experience through account management, LEED Coach and Proven Provider programs

Learn more about the new features and improvements that come along with LEED v4. Together, we will LEED ON!

 

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Hamel Builders, Inc.
I am happy there are eissier ways to maintain credentials. I work on LEED projects and want to be current and there is times maintaining credentials becomes difficult and I move away from these advertisements from people trying to make money at it.

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