My project does not comply with the USGBC definition of ‘one building’ or LEED Interpretation 10203, but the project works programmatically as a single building. Can I register and submit my project in a single building application? | U.S. Green Building Council
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My project does not comply with the USGBC definition of ‘one building’ or LEED Interpretation 10203, but the project works programmatically as a single building. Can I register and submit my project in a single building application?

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Please contact GBCI for guidance prior to registering the project and submitting for initial review. The project team can either submit a request asking GBCI to consider the project a single building via the formal inquiry process or can send an inquiry via the Contact Us page.

The inquiry should explain in detail why the project should be considered a single building for the purposes of LEED certification. If the project team has additional documentation, such as site plans, building plans, sections and/or elevations, make a note in your inquiry and GBCI will follow up with you to provide a way to submit those with your question.

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