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What is LEED precertification?

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Precertification is an optional review pathway available for a fee for all LEED BD+C projects registered under LEED v4 and LEED v2009, and LEED v4 O+M projects. We offer precertification to help you determine which credits and prerequisites your project is likely to achieve during the full review, to demonstrate your commitment to LEED certification, and to market the unique and valuable green features of your project to attract tenants and financiers.

Learn more about precertification for LEED v4 projects

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