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Kenyon House: Case Study

Learn how employing an integrative approach enabled the success of an affordable housing project team that pursued LEED late in the design process, and earn credential maintenance hours.
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Take a look inside the LEED project planning process, from registration to certification, while earning credential maintenance hours with LEED Stories from Practice.

The Kenyon House: Case Study brings to life the visioning, design, construction, and operation of Kenyon House, a LEED Platinum residence that provides affordable housing for formerly homeless people living with HIV and AIDS.

Learn how their diverse project team was able to bring the project from registration to certification late in the design process.

Published By: U.S. Green Building Council
Published On: 1 Jan 2010
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