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LEED – Specifying a Sustainable Design

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SpecLink-E has guided information and content on how to specify for LEED v4, 2009 and Green building, including the recommended approach. SpecLink-E has a more flexible sustainable design tools that accommodates other rating systems as well as further changes to LEED. SpecLink-E supports the following LEED rating systems:

  • LEED v4 BD+C, for Building Design and Construction:
  • NC, New Construction and Major Renovations
  • CS, Core and Shell Development
  • Schools
  • Retail
  • DC, Data Centers
  • WDC, Warehouses and Distribution Centers
  • HOS, Hospitality
  • HC, Healthcare

 

SpecLink-E can help you correctly specify the requirements no matter which system you are using. For a getting started overview guide of specifying sustainability in general for SpecLink-E.

 

If you’re pursuing LEED V4 certification for your project, we have a guide that contains the SpecLink-E sections that a LEED v4 project is most likely to need, helpful strategies for specifying, Materials Content credits.

 

If you’re pursuing 2009/v3 certification for your project, we have a guide that contains the SpecLink-E sections that a LEED v4 project is most likely to need and well as helpful strategies for specifying.

 

For a project that need to transition from existing LEED 2009/v3 Sections over to LEED V4. We have a transition guide that can assist you with this transition. Its best to create an office master from a typical project that uses the LEED 2009/v3 content as the LEED v4 approach is so different.

 

 

 

 

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