How do I certify multiple buildings?
For 25 or more projects: Volume program
For organizations planning to certify a large number of new construction projects, the LEED Volume Program simplifies LEED documentation and speeds up the process. The volume program is available for both new construction and existing buildings seeking certification of their operations and maintenance.
For less than 25 projects: Campus program
The Campus Program is different from the LEED Volume Program. The LEED Volume Program is a streamlined certification process for organizations planning to certify a large number of new construction projects that are prototype-based. The Campus Program, by contrast, is for projects not necessarily uniform in design or operations but located on a single campus location.
The Campus Program was designed to simplify the certification process for multiple buildings while maintaining the technical integrity and rigor of LEED. It can be used for the following LEED 2009 rating systems: New Construction, Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance, Commercial Interiors, Core & Shell, Schools, Retail, and Healthcare.
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