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Up-to-date, official statistics about USGBC programs

*Please note: These numbers are current as of May 2016

USGBC overview

  • More than 12,100 national members
  • More than 19,000 Greenbuild attendees (Washington, DC)
  • More than 160 countries and territories with LEED projects

LEED projects

  • 1.85 million certified square feet per day
  • More than 170,000 certified gross square meters per day
  • Nearly 79,100 total commercial + LEED ND projects
  • More than 78,600 total commercial projects
  • Over 15 billion total commercial square feet (excludes ND)
  • Over 1.4 billion total commercial square meters (excludes ND)
  • Over 32,500 certified commercial projects
  • Over 4.9 billion certified commercial square feet
  • Over 451 million certified commercial square meters
  • Over 230,000 Total LEED for Homes residential units
  • Nearly 101,000 certified LEED for Homes residential units
  • Nearly 1,800 K-12 projects certified
  • Over 2,200 K-12 projects registered
  • Over 3,600 higher education projects certified
  • Nearly 3,700 higher education projects registered
  • More than 690 state government projects certified
  • More than 2,230 local government projects certified

LEED credentials

  • More than 202,500 total LEED credentials held
  • More than 201,200 total LEED professionals
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Sustainability & LEED Intern, Verdical Group
Sweet stats but can we compare the data with the rest of the building industry so that we can track market penetration?
LEED Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council
Hi Paul, that would be something to achieve. Unfortunately, we do not have data on the rest of the building industry. Organizations such as Dodge would be the ones who have broader information. A Google search of 'construction market research' shows a few others as well. I hope this helps.
Principal, Criterion Planners, Inc
Congratulations on the great statistics, but once again LEED ND is missing. This has also happened in previous Marketing announcements, and it would be great if ND could be recognized in the future.

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