There are some LEED credits that are easy to implement and hard to document, some that are hard to implement but easy to document, and some weird combination in between. IEQc3.1 falls somewhere in the middle. One on hand, implementation should be easy – none of it is rocket science. If there is ductwork onsite, […]
Winning project work is tough, and having LEED in the mix can make it even more challenging. Here are 5 tips to make your LEED case more compelling and set you apart from your competition.
I had an interesting conversation with a colleague the other day while traipsing through Charlotte. I was spinning a yarn of a LEED project of yore, and not to be outdone, she countered with one of her own. Her’s involved a frantic, late-night call from a project architect who had been out at the jobsite […]
What’s the difference between LEED Silver and LEED Gold certification? Well, LEED Silver is only 50 points, and for Gold you need 60 points, so the difference is 10 points, right? Ah, the simplicity of it. But it’s not really 10 points, is it? In fact, the first 9 points really don’t matter all that […]