LEED projects are no walk in the park. They require organization, teamwork, and an understanding of the information needed for evaluating and certifying the project. Among the key players involved, subcontractors hold a vital role…
There’s a key group of professionals that play an important role in the LEED certification process that are often overlooked – the subcontractors. Designing and constructing a LEED certified building can be quite the complicated…
At Green Badger, we work with hundreds of LEED project teams to review their LEED scorecards, provide quarterly project reviews, or even provide LEED consulting services. This allows us to keep tabs on which products actually comply with the EPD and MIR Option 2 credits so that teams can earn these points.
Nothing dampens the mood like 20 pages of comments on your LEED certification review. Making sure your LEED documentation for submission to the GBCI meets all the proper requirements will keep your reviewers happy and can increase credit achievement rates.
Keep your GBCI LEED reviewers happy during your LEED submission with these six strategies presented by Lauren Rochell at CMPBS.
What are LEED submittals and how is the LEED submittal review process managed?
Learning the language is the first step to address the learning curve of starting your first LEED project and managing the LEED submittal process.
Five situations when the contractor, subcontractor, architect, or whoever is taking care of a LEED submittal should consultant with their LEED expert.