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Infographic: Top 10 States for LEED in 2013

Published on 18 Feb 2014 Posted in LEED

Check out the states that are at the forefront of sustainable building design and transformation!

The per-capita list is based on 2010 U.S. Census data and includes commercial and institutional green building projects that were certified throughout 2013.

Refinements in Materials & Resources

Published on 1 Mar 2013 Written by Brendan Owens Posted in LEED
LEED v4 and Refinements in Materials & Resources

We are in the midst of a really exciting time for LEED and USGBC. LEED v4 will be balloted in June of this year and in the time we have leading up to that point, USGBC is taking every moment to make sure the system is fully usable and the program has been thoroughly tested.

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Brendan Owens

VP, LEED Technical Development U.S. Green Building Council

USGBC Members in Support of LEED

Published on 29 Oct 2012 Posted in LEED

"LEED certification in buildings benefits the environment and the bottom line. LEED certified buildings in San Francisco and around the country are saving money and increasing their property value while reducing their overall environmental footprint,” says Melanie Nutter, Director of the San Francisco Department of the Environment. “Since buildings contribute 53% of greenhouse gas emissions in San Francisco, it is essential that we address inefficiencies in the built environment.

Remembering Malcom Lewis, USGBC Board Member and Green Building Visionary

Published on 18 Oct 2012 Written by Alex Wilson , Alex Wilson Posted in Community

The passing of former USGBC board member and visionary green building leader Malcolm Lewis is a painful reminder that while we pass through this earth in a blink of time, we can choose to leave a lasting legacy. Alex Wilson at BuildingGreen captures Malcolm with the warmth and insight we always look to Alex for and with his permission, we share his thoughts with you. - Rick Fedrizzi, President, CEO & Founding Chair, USGBC

Our friend and mentor, Malcolm Lewis, has passed away. Malcolm Lewis will be sorely missed.

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Integral Contracting INc.

LEED BD+C: Homes v2008

Cambridge Plaza

Palo Alto, CA 94306
United States
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LEED 2012

We currently do not have credit level data available for this project

This project achieved certification at level in Aug 2012 and achieved 112.5 points

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for LEED BD+C: Homes (v2008)

Certification awarded Aug 2012

112.5




LEED BD+C: New Construction v2.2

KZF Design Headquarters

700 Broadway
Cincinnati, OH 45202
United States
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LEED Gold 2010

LEED Scorecard

Gold 44/69

  • SSc1

    Site selection 1 / 1
  • SSc2

    Development density and community connectivity 1 / 1
  • SSc3

    Brownfield redevelopment 0 / 1
  • SSc4.1

    Alternative transportation - public transportation access 1 / 1
  • SSc4.2

    Alternative transportation - bicycle storage and changing rooms 1 / 1
  • SSc4.3

    Alternative transportation - low emitting and fuel efficient vehicles 0 / 1
  • SSc4.4

    Alternative transportation - parking capacity 1 / 1
  • SSc5.1

    Site development - protect or restore habitat 0 / 1
  • SSc5.2

    Site development - maximize open space 0 / 1
  • SSc6.1

    Stormwater design - quantity control 0 / 1
  • SSc6.2

    Stormwater design - quality control 0 / 1
  • SSc7.1

    Heat island effect - non-roof 0 / 1
  • SSc7.2

    Heat island effect - roof 1 / 1
  • SSc8

    Light pollution reduction 1 / 1
  • WEc1.1

    Water efficient landscaping - reduce by 50% 0 / 1
  • WEc1.2

    Water efficient landscaping - no potable water use or no irrigation 0 / 1
  • WEc2

    Innovative wastewater technologies 0 / 1
  • WEc3.1

    Water use reduction - 20% reduction 1 / 1
  • WEc3.2

    Water use reduction - 30% reduction 1 / 1
  • EAc1

    Optimize energy performance 10 / 10
  • EAc2

    On-site renewable energy 0 / 3
  • EAc3

    Enhanced commissioning 1 / 1
  • EAc4

    Enhanced refrigerant management 1 / 1
  • EAc5

    Measurement and verification 0 / 1
  • EAc6

    Green power 1 / 1
  • MRc1.1

    Building reuse - maintain 75% of existing walls, floors & roof 1 / 1
  • MRc1.2

    Building reuse - maintain 95% of existing walls, floors & roof 1 / 1
  • MRc1.3

    Building reuse - maintain 50% of interior non-structural elements 0 / 1
  • MRc2.1

    Construction waste management - divert 50% from disposal 1 / 1
  • MRc2.2

    Construction waste management - divert 75% from disposal 0 / 1
  • MRc3.1

    Materials reuse - 5% 0 / 1
  • MRc3.2

    Materials reuse - 10% 0 / 1
  • MRc4.1

    Recycled content - 10% (post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer) 2 / 1
  • MRc4.2

    Recycled content - 20% (post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer) 0 / 1
  • MRc5.1

    Regional materials - 10% extracted, processed and manufactured regiona... 1 / 1
  • MRc5.2

    Regional materials - 20% extracted, processed and manufactured regiona... 1 / 1
  • MRc6

    Rapidly renewable materials 0 / 1
  • MRc7

    Certified wood 1 / 1
  • EQc1

    Outdoor air delivery monitoring 1 / 1
  • EQc2

    Increased ventilation 0 / 1
  • EQc3.1

    Construction IAQ management plan - during construction 1 / 1
  • EQc3.2

    Construction IAQ management plan - before occupancy 0 / 1
  • EQc4.1

    Low-emitting materials - adhesives and sealants 1 / 1
  • EQc4.2

    Low-emitting materials - paints and coatings 1 / 1
  • EQc4.3

    Low-emitting materials - carpet systems 1 / 1
  • EQc4.4

    Low-emitting materials - composite wood and agrifiber products 1 / 1
  • EQc5

    Indoor chemical and pollutant source control 0 / 1
  • EQc6.1

    Controllability of systems - lighting 1 / 1
  • EQc6.2

    Controllability of systems - thermal comfort 0 / 1
  • EQc7.1

    Thermal comfort - design 1 / 1
  • EQc7.2

    Thermal comfort - verification 1 / 1
  • EQc8.1

    Daylight and views - daylight 75% of spaces 0 / 1
  • EQc8.2

    Daylight and views - views for 90% of spaces 0 / 1
  • IDc1

    Innovation in design + 4
  • IDc2

    LEED Accredited Professional + 1
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for LEED BD+C: New Construction (v2.2)

Certification awarded Oct 2010

Gold
44
Sustainable sites
7/14
Water efficiency
2/5
Energy & atmosphere
13/17
Material & resources
8/13
Indoor environmental quality
9/15
Innovation
5/5

Study Bundle: BD+C Study Guide and Reference Guide

Price $270.00 (member price is $220.00)
Format
Type Study guides
Authored by USGBC
Edition LEED 2009

What it is:

Study smarter: Prepare while saving time and money with our exam prep bundles.

Who it's for:

  • Candidates for the LEED AP BD+C credential

How it works:

In this bundle, you'll receive the Building Design + Construction (BD+C) Study Guide which summarizes the critical points you need to know about the design and construction rating systems in an easy-to-review format. Study tools included:

  • Individual and group learning activities
  • Review and practice questions

Plus

You’ll receive the BD+C Reference Guide, a handy resource to help you through the design and construction phases of green buildings. The Reference Guide includes:

  • Information on the LEED certification process
  • Detailed credit and prerequisite information
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Applicable rating systems:

  • LEED for New Construction
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LEED BD+C: New Construction v2009

BendBroadband Vault

20845 NE Sockeye Place
Bend, OR 97701
United States
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LEED Gold 2011

LEED Scorecard

Gold 79/110

  • SSc1

    Site selection 1 / 1
  • SSc2

    Development density and community connectivity 0 / 5
  • SSc3

    Brownfield redevelopment 0 / 1
  • SSc4.1

    Alternative transportation - public transportation access 0 / 6
  • SSc4.2

    Alternative transportation - bicycle storage and changing rooms 1 / 1
  • SSc4.3

    Alternative transportation - low-emitting and fuel-efficient vehicles 3 / 3
  • SSc4.4

    Alternative transportation - parking capacity 2 / 2
  • SSc5.1

    Site development - protect or restore habitat 1 / 1
  • SSc5.2

    Site development - maximize open space 1 / 1
  • SSc6.1

    Stormwater design - quantity control 1 / 1
  • SSc6.2

    Stormwater design - quality control 1 / 1
  • SSc7.1

    Heat island effect - nonroof 1 / 1
  • SSc7.2

    Heat island effect - roof 1 / 1
  • SSc8

    Light pollution reduction 1 / 1
  • SSpc83

    Site development - protect or restore habitat - alternative compliance... 0 / 0
  • WEc1

    Water efficient landscaping 4 / 4
  • WEc2

    Innovative wastewater technologies 0 / 2
  • WEc3

    Water use reduction 9 / 4
  • EAc1

    Optimize energy performance 5 / 19
  • EAc2

    On-site renewable energy 1 / 7
  • EAc3

    Enhanced commissioning 2 / 2
  • EAc4

    Enhanced refrigerant management 0 / 2
  • EAc5

    Measurement and verification 3 / 3
  • EAc6

    Green power 2 / 2
  • MRc1.1

    Building reuse - maintain existing walls, floors and roof 3 / 3
  • MRc1.2

    Building reuse - maintain interior nonstructural elements 0 / 1
  • MRc2

    Construction waste management 2 / 2
  • MRc3

    Materials reuse 0 / 2
  • MRc4

    Recycled content 2 / 2
  • MRc5

    Regional materials 1 / 2
  • MRc6

    Rapidly renewable materials 0 / 1
  • MRc7

    Certified wood 1 / 1
  • EQc1

    Outdoor air delivery monitoring 1 / 1
  • EQc2

    Increased ventilation 1 / 1
  • EQc3.1

    Construction IAQ management plan - during construction 1 / 1
  • EQc3.2

    Construction IAQ management plan - before occupancy 1 / 1
  • EQc4.1

    Low-emitting materials - adhesives and sealants 1 / 1
  • EQc4.2

    Low-emitting materials - paints and coatings 1 / 1
  • EQc4.3

    Low-emitting materials - flooring systems 1 / 1
  • EQc4.4

    Low-emitting materials - composite wood and agrifiber products 1 / 1
  • EQc5

    Indoor chemical and pollutant source control 0 / 1
  • EQc6.1

    Controllability of systems - lighting 1 / 1
  • EQc6.2

    Controllability of systems - thermal comfort 0 / 1
  • EQc7.1

    Thermal comfort - design 1 / 1
  • EQc7.2

    Thermal comfort - verification 1 / 1
  • EQc8.1

    Daylight and views - daylight 0 / 1
  • EQc8.2

    Daylight and views - views 1 / 1
  • IDc1

    Innovation in design + 5
  • IDc2

    LEED Accredited Professional + 1
  • MRc7

    Certified wood + 1
  • WEc3

    Water use reduction + 1
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Certification awarded Oct 2011

Gold
79
Sustainable sites
14/26
Water efficiency
22/14
Energy & atmosphere
13/35
Material & resources
9/14
Indoor environmental quality
12/15
Innovation
6/6
Regional priority credits
3/4




LEED BD+C: New Construction v2.2

UC Davis Brewery, Winery and Food

Hilgard Lane
Davis, CA 95616
United States
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LEED Platinum 2010

LEED Scorecard

Platinum 60/69

  • SSc1

    Site selection 1 / 1
  • SSc2

    Development density and community connectivity 1 / 1
  • SSc3

    Brownfield redevelopment 0 / 1
  • SSc4.1

    Alternative transportation - public transportation access 1 / 1
  • SSc4.2

    Alternative transportation - bicycle storage and changing rooms 1 / 1
  • SSc4.3

    Alternative transportation - low emitting and fuel efficient vehicles 1 / 1
  • SSc4.4

    Alternative transportation - parking capacity 1 / 1
  • SSc5.1

    Site development - protect or restore habitat 1 / 1
  • SSc5.2

    Site development - maximize open space 1 / 1
  • SSc6.1

    Stormwater design - quantity control 1 / 1
  • SSc6.2

    Stormwater design - quality control 1 / 1
  • SSc7.1

    Heat island effect - non-roof 1 / 1
  • SSc7.2

    Heat island effect - roof 1 / 1
  • SSc8

    Light pollution reduction 1 / 1
  • WEc1.1

    Water efficient landscaping - reduce by 50% 1 / 1
  • WEc1.2

    Water efficient landscaping - no potable water use or no irrigation 1 / 1
  • WEc2

    Innovative wastewater technologies 1 / 1
  • WEc3.1

    Water use reduction - 20% reduction 1 / 1
  • WEc3.2

    Water use reduction - 30% reduction 1 / 1
  • EAc1

    Optimize energy performance 9 / 10
  • EAc2

    On-site renewable energy 3 / 3
  • EAc3

    Enhanced commissioning 1 / 1
  • EAc4

    Enhanced refrigerant management 1 / 1
  • EAc5

    Measurement and verification 0 / 1
  • EAc6

    Green power 0 / 1
  • MRc1.1

    Building reuse - maintain 75% of existing walls, floors & roof 0 / 1
  • MRc1.2

    Building reuse - maintain 95% of existing walls, floors & roof 0 / 1
  • MRc1.3

    Building reuse - maintain 50% of interior non-structural elements 0 / 1
  • MRc2.1

    Construction waste management - divert 50% from disposal 1 / 1
  • MRc2.2

    Construction waste management - divert 75% from disposal 1 / 1
  • MRc3.1

    Materials reuse - 5% 0 / 1
  • MRc3.2

    Materials reuse - 10% 0 / 1
  • MRc4.1

    Recycled content - 10% (post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer) 2 / 1
  • MRc4.2

    Recycled content - 20% (post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer) 0 / 1
  • MRc5.1

    Regional materials - 10% extracted, processed and manufactured regiona... 1 / 1
  • MRc5.2

    Regional materials - 20% extracted, processed and manufactured regiona... 1 / 1
  • MRc6

    Rapidly renewable materials 1 / 1
  • MRc7

    Certified wood 1 / 1
  • EQc1

    Outdoor air delivery monitoring 1 / 1
  • EQc2

    Increased ventilation 1 / 1
  • EQc3.1

    Construction IAQ management plan - during construction 1 / 1
  • EQc3.2

    Construction IAQ management plan - before occupancy 1 / 1
  • EQc4.1

    Low-emitting materials - adhesives and sealants 1 / 1
  • EQc4.2

    Low-emitting materials - paints and coatings 1 / 1
  • EQc4.3

    Low-emitting materials - carpet systems 1 / 1
  • EQc4.4

    Low-emitting materials - composite wood and agrifiber products 1 / 1
  • EQc5

    Indoor chemical and pollutant source control 1 / 1
  • EQc6.1

    Controllability of systems - lighting 1 / 1
  • EQc6.2

    Controllability of systems - thermal comfort 1 / 1
  • EQc7.1

    Thermal comfort - design 1 / 1
  • EQc7.2

    Thermal comfort - verification 1 / 1
  • EQc8.1

    Daylight and views - daylight 75% of spaces 1 / 1
  • EQc8.2

    Daylight and views - views for 90% of spaces 1 / 1
  • IDc1

    Innovation in design + 4
  • IDc2

    LEED Accredited Professional + 1
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for LEED BD+C: New Construction (v2.2)

Certification awarded Dec 2010

Platinum
60
Sustainable sites
13/14
Water efficiency
5/5
Energy & atmosphere
14/17
Material & resources
8/13
Indoor environmental quality
15/15
Innovation
5/5




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