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        LEED for Building Design and Construction (LEED BD+C) provides a framework for building a holistic green building, giving you the chance to nail down every sustainability feature, maximizing the benefits.


        Leaders in the private sector as well as state and municipal governments are stepping up with initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, expanding activities that impact human health and well-being.

        LEED v4.1 is the next generation standard for green building design, construction, operations and performance. Learn more about LEED v4.1 for new buildings and spaces.

        • To directly address the carbon impact of a building,?the energy metric now includes both cost and greenhouse gas emissions
        • In addition, to ensure leadership in building efficiency, the referenced standard for energy performance is ASHRAE 90.1-2016
        • The Materials and Resources credits have been restructured to include options that acknowledge efforts at varying levels
        • Other credits have adjusted thresholds based on market feedback, such as Rainwater Management requirements that now include a lowered minimum percentile for rainfall events and more guidance for zero-lot-line projects
        • The Daylight and Acoustic Performance credits are restructured to give more flexibility



        1. 梦幻次元Choose your rating system梦幻次元. For the new construction of whole buildings, start by finding the option that best fits your project by exploring the BD+C offerings. For residential projects (both sing family and multifamily) review the options specific to that sector. View the full list of LEED v4.1 rating systems or view the full list of LEED v4 rating systems. There are also Certification models for multiple buildings and options for federal building projects.
        2. 梦幻次元Check the requirements and options梦幻次元. Minimum Program Requirements (MPRs) are the basic requirements that let you know if your project can pursue LEED. LEED credits allow project teams to customize how they pursue LEED. By fulfilling credits, project teams earn points that, once added together, determine a project’s certification level. Learn more about LEED prerequisites and credits or access the LEED credit library.
        3. 梦幻次元Deadlines梦幻次元. At any given time, a LEED rating system is either open for registration and certification, closed for registration but open for certification or sunset (closed for both registration and certification). 梦幻次元View the deadlines to make sure you know the status of your desired rating system/version.
        4. 梦幻次元Fees梦幻次元. View the fees table to find the LEED registration and certification costs.
        5. 梦幻次元Build your team梦幻次元. Goals and roles are key elements to consider when starting any project and it's no different in LEED. There could be several people who are members of the project team. Learn more in the Guide to Certification for your selected project type.
        6. 梦幻次元Register your project梦幻次元 in LEED Online and follow the steps in the Guide to Certification for your project type.


        Once your project has earned LEED certification, there are some steps you can take to promote or maintain your certification.??

        • Get the word out; you can start by updating your project profile in the usgbc.org LEED Project Directory.
        • As a LEED-certified project, you have access to Arc, a platform that allows you to meet LEED energy and water data tracking requirements (post certification)?and manage performance across five areas: energy, water, waste, transportation and human experience. Learn more about Arc.
        • Protect your investment with LEED recertification. This new guidance presents a simple and data-driven pathway, reassuring projects that they are meeting ever-changing goals and staying on the cutting edge. Learn more about LEED recertification.
        • Go further with LEED Zero certification, a complement to LEED that verifies the achievement of net zero goals in carbon, energy, water and waste. Learn more about LEED Zero.

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