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LEED O+M: Existing Buildings v4 - LEED v4

1537 Webster Street
Oakland, CA 94612
United States

LEED Platinum 2014

When StopWaste, a local government agency of Alameda County, California, decided to renovate a building and move its headquarters to downtown Oakland, goals were set for the new space to be a shining example of green design, construction and operation.

StopWaste was awarded the prestigious LEED Platinum certification by the US Green Building Council under the New Construction & Major Renovation (LEED-NC) rating system in 2007. The agency's longtime familiarity and involvement with the US Green Building Council and its LEED rating system led to certification in 2013-14 under the LEED for Existing Buildings (LEED-EB) rating system. StopWaste was the first major renovation project in the country to achieve Platinum certification at the time, and for less than a 3% incremental cost over base construction.
In the years since the building opened in 2007, the agency has continued to operate in a way that minimizes impact on the environment, saves money, and provides a pleasant work environment. As of August 1, 2014, StopWaste is proud to be the first v4 Platinum certification in the world!

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Project details
14,000 sf
Commercial Office
1 Aug 2014
Data Reporting
Energy Update
Water Update
Transportation Update
Waste Update
Human Experience Update

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