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LEED BD+C: Healthcare v3 - LEED 2009

St Elizabeth Bed Tower

1506 South Oneida Street
Appleton, WI 54915
United States
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LEED Scorecard

17/110

  • SSc1

    Site selection 1 / 1
  • SSc2

    Development density and community connectivity 1 / 1
  • SSc3

    Brownfield redevelopment 1 / 1
  • SSc4.1

    Alternative transportation - public transportation access 3 / 3
  • 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 - nonroof 0 / 1
  • SSc7.2

    Heat island effect - roof 1 / 1
  • SSc8

    Light pollution reduction 0 / 1
  • SSc9.1

    Connection to the natural world - places of respite 0 / 1
  • SSc9.2

    Connection to the natural world - direct exterior access for patients 0 / 1
  • WEc1

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

    Water use reduction - measurement and verification 0 / 2
  • WEc3

    Water use reduction 0 / 3
  • WEc4.1

    Water use reduction - building equipment 0 / 1
  • WEc4.2

    Water use reduction - cooling towers 0 / 1
  • WEc4.3

    Water use reduction - food waste systems 0 / 1
  • EAc1

    Optimize energy performance 0 / 24
  • EAc2

    On-site renewable energy 0 / 8
  • EAc3

    Enhanced commissioning 0 / 2
  • EAc4

    Enhanced refrigerant management 1 / 1
  • EAc5

    Measurement and verification 0 / 2
  • EAc6

    Green power 0 / 1
  • EAc7

    Community contaminant prevention - airborne releases 0 / 1
  • MRc1.1

    Building reuse - maintain existing walls, floors and roof 0 / 3
  • MRc1.2

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

    Construction waste management 0 / 2
  • MRc3

    Sustainably sourced materials and products 0 / 4
  • MRc4.1

    PBT source reduction - mercury in lamps 0 / 1
  • MRc4.2

    PBT source reduction - lead, cadmium and copper 0 / 2
  • MRc5

    Furniture and medical furnishings 0 / 2
  • MRc6

    Resource use - design for flexibility 0 / 1
  • EQc1

    Outdoor air delivery monitoring 0 / 1
  • EQc2

    Acoustic environment 0 / 2
  • EQc3.1

    Construction IAQ management plan - during construction 0 / 1
  • EQc3.2

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

    Low-emitting materials 0 / 4
  • EQc5

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

    Controllability of systems - lighting 0 / 1
  • EQc6.2

    Controllability of systems - thermal comfort 0 / 1
  • EQc7

    Thermal comfort - design and verification 1 / 1
  • EQc8.1

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

    Daylight and views - views 0 / 3
  • IDc1

    Innovation in design + 2
  • IDc2

    LEED Accredited Professional + 0
  • IDc3

    Integrated project planning and design + 0
  • SSc2

    Development density and community connectivity + 1
  • SSc4.2

    Alternative transportation - bicycle storage and changing rooms + 1
  • SSc4.4

    Alternative transportation - parking capacity + 1
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LEED Facts

for LEED BD+C: Healthcare (v2009)

Certification in progress

17
Sustainable sites
9/18
Water efficiency
1/9
Energy & atmosphere
1/39
Material & resources
0/16
Indoor environmental quality
1/18
Innovation
2/6
Regional priority credits
3/4