Ah, as we bask in the last week of LEED 2009 registrations, we wistfully turn reflective on all our past LEED projects, standards and credits achieved that we’ll no longer see – ASHRAE 90.1-2007, the 500 mile radius, easy points for recycled content – all gone with the wind… When you take a deeper review of LEED […]
Who would have thought how much stress and headache LEED v4 would be causing design and construction teams as they are forced to scramble to find some of the few hundred products that have EPDs, HPDs, C2Cs? Actually, most people. That’s why in addition to EPD/HPD, you need to BYOB. The Badger got curious and […]
You’re head my start to spin with all the new, great acronyms borne of LEED v4. If people here you talking about how EPDs make your head hurt, HPDs are driving you bonkers, and C2C makes your skin crawl, they might drag you to the ER for an MRI ASAP! Today we’re going to talk about […]
So we’ve talked in the past about successfully documenting IEQc3.1, but still see the same challenges week after week. Here’s what should happen and what does happen. Should happen – IAQ management plan has been developed AND given to the subs. once the building is getting near dried in (or HVAC equipment starts to show […]
With all do respect to Warren G and the Regulators, this post is all about….commingled waste recycling! Whoa, bet you didn’t see that coming! But, its a topic top of mind based on a phone call with a project team the other day. If you haven’t been reading the reference guide lately and all the […]
The ability to win project work is tough enough already, and having LEED in the mix can make it even more challenging. Here are 5 tips to make your case more compelling and set you apart from your competition so that you can win more LEED work.
Is your LEED project at 49 points, 59, even 79? Good for you – but most people won’t care unless you get that one point to bump it up a LEED threshold.
“I love LEED, but after 10 years and 5 dozen projects I certified… I hate the LEED documentation process. That’s why I founded Green Badger.” Hear more from Green Badger Founder & CEO, Tommy Linstroth, on what drove him to create Green Badger all those years ago.