What is project pre-certification?
Pre-certification allows owners to market the proposed green features of a building to potential tenants looking to occupy LEED-certified space. Projects that have gone through a pre-certification review cannot call themselves LEED-certified, but they can state that they are on the path toward certification. Only projects registered under the LEED for Core & Shell rating system can apply for pre-certification.
A pre-certification review is conducted in the same manner as a combined design and construction review with the following exception: No credits or prerequisites are awarded during a pre-certification review. Such credits are instead marked as "anticipated."
- How do I certify multiple buildings?
- Is LEED 2009 the most current version of LEED? What is LEED v3?
- Which rating system should I use for my project?
- Where is the Regional Priority Credit Database?
- Where is the LEED Interpretations and Addenda Database?
- Does LEED certify products or companies?
- Are the LEED rating systems and Reference Guides available in Portuguese?
Can't find what you're looking for?Ask a question
Have a question or comment?
M-F 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM EST
U.S. Green Building Council
P.O. Box 404296
Atlanta, GA 30384-4296
2101 L Street, NW
Washington DC 20037