LEED Stories from Practice Article: Creating Synergy
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Because all building projects require team members to balance multiple demands, adding sustainability goals is often seen as a burde n. In this six-page article, learn how three LEED projects approached sustainability as means of meeting programmatic goals and fulf illing organizational missions.The Chartwell School (LEED for New Construction) project team determined that creating the be st learning environment for its students meant building green. A developer's desire to build a home for a population with fragile he alth that was both durable and conserved resources led to Kenyon House, the first LEED for Homes Platinum certification for af
- Recognize how LEED projects have successfully balanced programmatic goals and budgets with sustainability.
- Understand how LEED projects can maximize success by engaging stakeholders through an integrative approach.
- Compare and contrast strategies used across varying programmatic goals.
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