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Published on 01 Dec 2016 Written by Megan Sparks Posted in LEED

GBCI is now offering LEED precertification as an optional step in the certification process for LEED projects. This allows registered projects to review the work already completed and confirm that projects are on the correct path towards certification. Once a project has successfully completed...

Published on 01 Dec 2016 Written by Megan Sparks Posted in LEED

One theme that is common across all of humanity is the pursuit of a better life — the innate desire to improve, create and cultivate. At USGBC, we have a vision that buildings and communities will regenerate and sustain the health and vitality of all life within a generation. In support of...

Published on 23 Nov 2016 Written by Katherine Rainone Posted in LEED

We’ve all heard the age-old myth that more isn’t necessarily better. But when it comes to protecting and preserving our environment, you can throw that myth right out the door, because more is better. More ...

Published on 17 Nov 2016 Written by Heather Benjamin Posted in LEED

With LEED v4, USGBC has streamlined the work for project teams so you can spend your time achieving credits, not documenting them. We've made these changes to our forms based on feedback from LEED volunteers, project managers and other...

Published on 11 Nov 2016 Written by Asa Foss Posted in LEED

Passive House US (PHIUS) is an excellent complement to LEED v4 Building Design and Construction (BD+C). Through Passive House, builders are challenged to design for...

Published on 11 Nov 2016 Written by Heather Benjamin Posted in LEED

Actor and environmentalist Ed Begley, Jr. is determined to build his house to LEED Platinum standards. The video series "On Begley Street" takes a droll and...

Published on 09 Nov 2016 Written by Heather Benjamin Posted in LEED

One of the ways that cities worldwide try to reduce their carbon emissions is through encouraging people to ride bicycles. We may not yet reach the level of the notoriously bike-friendly Copenhagen, which has 390...

Published on 08 Nov 2016 Written by Heather Benjamin Posted in LEED

Now that LEED v4 is the only version of LEED with which to register your new projects, you'll need to have a guide to all things LEED at your fingertips. And as a busy professional, having a web-based version can help you answer your...

Published on 07 Nov 2016 Written by Amanda Sawit Posted in LEED

This past Greenbuild, USGBC joined Autodesk and Impact Infrastructure...

Published on 04 Nov 2016 Written by Selina Holmes Posted in LEED

Published on 31 Oct 2016 Written by Selina Holmes Posted in LEED

The LEED v4 Reference Guides provide a comprehensive overview of how to navigate a LEED project from registration through certification. They serve as the first stop for project teams and have been restructured to...

Published on 27 Oct 2016 Written by Kerrie Schueffner Posted in LEED

Megan Ritchie Saffitz, Director of Technical Customer Service, and Michael Kawecki, Certification Reviewer, at Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI),...

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