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LEED for New Construction v2.2 Reference Guide

This resource was designed for high-performance commercial and institutional building development.
Price: $195.00 (member price is $160.00)
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The LEED for New Construction Rating System is designed to guide and distinguish high-performance commercial and institutional projects, including office buildings, high-rise residential buildings, government buildings, recreational facilities, manufacturing plants and laboratories.

LEED V2.2, THIRD EDITION (422 Pages)
ISBN: 9781932444063
Published By: U.S. Green Building Council
Published On: 1 Oct 2007

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Project Manager, CoHo Design

I am currently working on a LEED commercial project that was accepted under V2.2. I would like to purchase an Ecopy but it is not listed as an option. The project is in HI and would prefer not to wait for ground shipping. I there a way I can get an Ecopy????

Customer Service Representative, U.S. Green Building Council

Hello Paul,

Unfortunately, the v2 reference guides are only available for purchase in the hard copy format. The e-books are only offered for the LEED 2009 reference guides.

Swinerton Builders

I have the New Construction & Maj Ren. Ref Guide V2.2 2nd ed. Sept 2006. Is there an update doc available in lieu of purchasing a whole new Reference Guide? Or does the BD&C reference guide essentially replace this guide (NC V2.2). Thank you

Marketing & Communications Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Debra, the LEED 2009 Rating Systems are used currently for any newly registered LEED projects. The registration for the LEED v2.2 projects ended on 06/26/09. Unfortunately, the only way to obtain the full content of the LEED 2009 Reference Guides is to make a purchase. However, you can view the major changes for the two versions of the same LEED Rating System in the Credit Library. I would also suggest downloading the most recent addenda and errata to the LEED rating systems and reference guides which is updated quarterly. I hope this helps!

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