Entry Type ID Date Applicable Rating System Primary Credit Inquiry (LIs) Ruling (LIs) Related Addenda/LIs Related Resources Campus Applicable Internationally Applicable Country Applicability Reference Guide (Addenda) Page (Addenda) Location (Addenda) Description of Change (Addenda) "LEED Interpretation" "10411" "2015-04-01" "New Construction, Core and Shell, Schools - New Construction, Retail - New Construction, Healthcare, Data centers - New Construction, Hospitality - New Construction, Warehouse and distribution centers - New Construction, Homes, Mid-rise, Existing Buildings, Schools - Existing Buildings, Retail - Existing Buildings, Data centers - Existing Buildings, Hospitality - Existing Buildings, Warehouse and distribution centers - Existing Buildings, Neighborhood Development plan, Neighborhood Development, Existing Buildings - Recertification" "SS111 - Heat island reduction" "Can v4 projects use typical solar reflectance (SR) values, or data from a previous project, for documentation of hardscape materials?" "The following typical SR values can be used for standard nonroof materials, in lieu of project-specific testing data:\n\n Typical Solar Reflectance Values for Standard Nonroof Materials\n Gray cement concrete- Initial Solar Reflectance: 0.26, Three-Year Aged Solar Reflectance*: 0.18\n White cement concrete- Initial Solar Reflectance: 0.70, Three-Year Aged Solar Reflectance*: 0.35\n Asphalt concrete- Initial Solar Reflectance: 0.05, Three-Year Aged Solar Reflectance*: 0.10\n\n *Three-year aged SR values are based on no cleaning.\n\n Alternatively, documentation showing that the current concrete mix and sealant are equivalent to a tested mix and sealant from a previous project is acceptable, provided that all ingredients are the same and have not changed." "None" "None" "X" "X"