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Published on 13 Jun 2016 Written by Sarah Buente Posted in LEED
Published on 09 Jun 2016 Written by Kathryn Tart Posted in LEED

What is the LEED definition of a single building? What are your options if you want to certify more than one building in a single registration? 

Let's review the different paths to LEED certification if you have more than one...

Published on 06 Jun 2016 Written by Sarah Buente Posted in LEED

Recently, we announced that the second LEED Lab project has received certification. Led by instructors...

Published on 06 Jun 2016 Written by Micah Silvey Posted in LEED

A comprehensive site assessment is a critical step that you want to complete before the design process of any project. Without it, you are not taking full advantage of the site you’ve chosen for your project. Not to be confused with an Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I ESA),...

Published on 02 Jun 2016 Written by Selina Holmes Posted in LEED

Materials matter, and in June, they are the focus of our LEED v4 education. LEED v4 changes the paradigm for how decisions are made about materials that go into the buildings in which we spend so much of our time, by giving new...

Published on 31 May 2016 Written by Emma Hughes Posted in LEED

USGBC is now accepting applications for a new LEED Resilience Working Group. Applications will be accepted through 5:00 p.m. PST on June 30, 2016. 

The Resilience Working Group, operating under the direction of the LEED Steering Committee, is charged with improving...

Published on 31 May 2016 Written by Batya Metalitz Posted in LEED

You may have noticed that forms for LEED v2009 and LEED v4 got a makeover in Q1 this year. When working on the newest version of LEED Online, user feedback was sought on how to improve the system, and one of the top priorities...

Published on 27 May 2016 Written by Robb Tufts Posted in LEED

LEED has grown to become the world’s most widely used green building rating system, with nearly 80,000 projects participating in LEED across 162 countries, including more than 32,500 certified commercial projects. As the best model...

Published on 27 May 2016 Written by Ashley Katz Posted in LEED

A home is more than just shelter: it’s the most important building in our lives. So wouldn’t you want a home designed and built with better health and durability in mind?

Meet LEED, which stands for Leadership in Energy...

Published on 26 May 2016 Written by Amanda Sawit Posted in LEED

Charlotte’s newest community just might make you want to put on your red cardigan and start singing, “won’t you be my neighbor?” 

The Brightwalk community was recently certified...

Published on 24 May 2016 Written by Amanda Sawit Posted in LEED

The deadline to enter the 2015 LEED Homes Awards is fast approaching. Don’t miss an opportunity to showcase your achievements in residential green building by submitting your nomination by this Friday, May 27, 2016. 

The annual...

Published on 19 May 2016 Written by Kelly Worden Posted in LEED

Protecting human health by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating climate change has been a focus of the green building movement since its inception. With changing weather patterns and matured understanding of the relationship between...

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