LEED

LEED design emphasizes the latest and most advanced strategies for the following areas.

Sustainable sites…
Avoid the development of inappropriate sites and reduce the impact of buildings on a site. Encourages development in urban areas with existing infrastructure such as mass transit. Reduction of heat islands and light pollution to minimize the impact of building on the local environment.

Water Efficiency…
Reduce potable water use through efficient landscape and irrigation. Maximize water efficiency within the building to minimize water use and reduce the amount of wastewater generated.

Energy & Atmosphere…
Optimize the energy efficiency of a building through the use of commissioning, monitoring systems, and established minimums for cooling, air-circulation and filtration systems, and green power.

Material Resources…
Reduces the environmental impacts of construction through the management of construction waste, reusing existing resources, selecting products with recycled content, using locally manufactured or harvested materials, using certified wood, and designing for the collection of recyclables.

Indoor Environmental Quality…
Enhancement of the indoor environment for occupants by ensuring ventilation effectiveness, control of contaminants, the use of low-emitting materials, thermal control, and a connection to the outdoors through daylight views.

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