How is the LEED campus boundary different from the LEED project boundary?
The LEED campus boundary functions as the LEED project boundary for all campus credits. This boundary may be the legal limits of the site or an alternative boundary defined for LEED purposes. Each LEED project that applies for certification must have its own LEED project boundary for use with all individual building credits. Both types of LEED boundaries should comply with the criteria explained in the LEED 2009 MPR Supplemental Guidance.
- I have four commercial interior spaces, all owned by the same entity and located in the same building. Do I have to use the guidance outlined in the AGMBC or can I register these as one project?
- Can I receive a LEED Certification for my master site?
- My LEED campus boundary includes both projects using different rating systems. Can I use the same master site to document campus credits for all buildings within my LEED campus boundary?
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