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        Individuals on your project team will be called on to perform certain roles throughout the LEED certification process. Here’s a rundown of who’s who so you can select your team wisely:

        • 广厦男篮Owner:广厦男篮?The owner of the project is the person (or entity) who has the authority to hold and control the land within the project boundary, and accepts (or authorizes the acceptance of) the certification agreement. While there may be multiple owners for a particular project (if so, please submit a?Confirmation of Primary Owner’s Authority Form), we ask that you identify a single individual to administer the certification process. Big takeaway: the owner has ultimate control over the LEED certification application, meaning that GBCI will respond to the owner regarding the administration of the project over any other member of the project team.
        • 广厦男篮Agent:广厦男篮?The agent is the person (or entity) who is granted actual authority by the owner to register the project and accept the certification agreement. If you are using this option, remember to work with GBCI after the project is registered to send us a signed?Confirmation of Agent’s Authority Form.
        • 广厦男篮Project Administrator:广厦男篮?This team member acts as a project manager, overseeing the LEED project as well as which project team members are responsible for certain tasks, credits or prerequisites. The project administrator plays a key quality role by checking that the LEED application is complete and accurate before submitting the project to GBCI for review, and accepting the review results once the review is complete. Note: the individual who initially registers the project will automatically be assumed to be the project administrator, but the owner may transfer this role to another team member at any time.

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        Now comes the fun part: you’re ready to collect and submit the appropriate documentation for review by GBCI. Working with your project team, you will identify LEED credits to pursue and assign them to project team members. Your team will then collect information, perform calculations and analysis, and prepare documentation demonstrating your achievement of the prerequisites and your selected credits.

        Once your application is prepared, submit your completed materials and make sure to perform a rigorous quality check of your entire application before submitting for review. We suggest that you open each form and check that you have included all required information, and open each file to verify that you have submitted the correct document. Cross-check credits and prerequisites to make sure that you have reported common data points, such as total project acreage, number of dwelling units, and nonresidential square footage consistently across your application. Want more tips? Here are some characteristics common among high quality submissions:

        • Relevant prerequisite/credit information is clearly highlighted within the submission
        • File attachments are clearly and intuitively labeled
        • Only required documentation is submitted (if only a few pages are needed to provide the required credit/prerequisite information, no need to submit more!)
        • Concise narratives are used to describe project-specific circumstances (these are really helpful for the GBCI reviewer)

        All finished? Ready, set, submit! Don’t forget to pay your certification review fee - and remember, your review will commence once your payment has cleared our system.

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        One of the key elements of LEED ND projects and documentation is the LEED ND project boundary. Note that any changes to the boundary between reviews must be communicated to GBCI in advance of submitting for review and additional documentation and/or fees may be required.


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        The LEED ND prerequisite review is an optional review of the Smart Location and Linkage (SLL) prerequisites and/or the Neighborhood Pattern and Design (NPD) prerequisites. These prerequisites address the location of your project site, the avoidance of sensitive areas like wetlands and endangered species habitat, and the project’s contextual site design and urban design criteria. This path is most beneficial if you are uncertain whether your project can meet the requirements of these prerequisites.

        Note: Project information as detailed in the project information workbook and form must be provided to compliment documentation of the prerequisites.

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        If your project is fully entitled and up to 75% constructed (based on floor area), you can pursue LEED ND: Plan certification.

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        In a time crunch? Contact GBCI at least five business days (please allow longer if you are paying by check) prior to submitting an application to request an expedited review to cut your review time in half. Please note that there is an additional charge for this service, and GBCI’s ability to fulfill your request depends on their current review capacity. If GBCI can accommodate your request, they will confirm availability and provide a custom review schedule for your project.

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        • You will first submit your application for a preliminary review. GBCI will check your application for completeness and compliance with the selected rating system and attempted credits.
        • GBCI will respond with its preliminary review within 20-25 business days for most review options, indicating which prerequisites and credits are anticipated to be awarded during final review and which are denied pending further information.
        • Your team can accept the preliminary review results as final if you are satisfied, or prepare new or revised documentation or attempt additional credits before submitting for final review.

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        • The appeal review stage provides one additional round of review and allows you to submit supplementary information, amend the application or add new credits not previously attempted. GBCI will review the pending or newly submitted prerequisites and credits, and reconsider any anticipated credits or prerequisites for which information has changed since the return of the final review. The fee associated with appeals varies depending on the level of complexity of the credits or prerequisites involved in the appeal.
        • GBCI will respond with an appeal LEED certification review report within 20-25 business days, indicating which prerequisites and attempted credits have been either awarded or denied.
        • Like the final review, you can either accept the appeal review results as final, or submit a further appeal. There is no cap on the number of appeals you may submit.

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        Having difficulty fulfilling a rating system prerequisite or credit? Have you thought of an alternative way to interpret a credit or path to fulfill it? We’ve established inquiries so that you can gain clarification before you register your project or plan or as you’re working through your LEED application. All inquiries are filed through LEED Online?and should address only one credit or prerequisite at a time. Here are your options:

        • 广厦男篮Credit Interpretation Ruling (CIR):广厦男篮?A CIR allows you to obtain technical guidance related to a particular credit or facet of the LEED rating system. Our review team will let you know if your interpretation of a particular credit or prerequisite is consistent with published rating system requirements. When it comes time to submit your application for review, you will need to provide documentation demonstrating fulfillment of the CIR and include the approved CIR within your application for certification. You may file an appeal if you are not satisfied with the result of your CIR using the process above. Keep in mind, also, that CIRs are not precedent setting; your project team can only utilize the ruling for the project under which the CIR was submitted.
        • 广厦男篮LEED Interpretation:广厦男篮Administered by USGBC, LEED Interpretations focus on the evolution of the LEED rating system and are published periodically in the form of official addenda. They are developed through a deliberative process involving LEED committees and are not conducted within the standard 20-25 business day timelines. Like Project CIRs, LEED Interpretations provide answers to technical inquiries about applying LEED in situations not already addressed by the rating systems, reference guides and MPRs. They differ from Project CIRs in that, as USGBC issued addenda, these rulings are precedent-setting and applicable to all projects registered in the future. As in the case with all addenda, projects registered before a LEED Interpretation is published may voluntarily elect to follow these revisions. You can access published LEED Interpretations online in our searchable addenda database.

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        LEED ND Plan projects are required to submit for review before greater than 75% of project floor area is complete. LEED ND Built Project projects must submit for review no later than three years after the project is substantially completed. If you decide you no longer want to pursue LEED certification for your project, we understand. Please contact GBCI?so that they can close your application, in order to maintain accurate records.

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        If you feel that the results of a review appeal or a CIR appeal are incorrect and wish to challenge those results, you may do so by contacting GBCI.


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        While all LEED-certified projects and plans are a cut above the rest, each is assigned one of four levels of certification to acknowledge the degree of achievement. The number of points that your project earns determines the level of LEED certification that you will receive.

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        Once you’ve earned certification, it’s likely that you’ll want to tell the world. You should. LEED certification benefits your business’s bottom line and underscores your sustainability efforts. It’s a cause for celebration!

        Our public relations guide can help you do that. You’ll also have the option to order formal certificates of recognition. Teams that have earned ND: Built Project certification may also choose to order LEED plaques.

        Note: the public relations guide will also describe how to talk publicly about your project if you have completed a prerequisite review or a letter of support review.

        (Psst… did you know that USGBC Platinum-level members receive 20 hours of dedicated public relations support from USGBC’s in-house communications team? Learn more about Platinum membership.)

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        We use your project data for the greater good: to educate and provide resources for LEED project teams and others around the world, showcase your strategies, and share the size and power of the green building movement.

        LEED-registered and certified projects are, by default, considered “public” projects, and thereby included in USGBC’s public LEED project directory. A listing in this directory allows the general public and members of the media to look up your project listing and its related details.

        Here’s a full list of the data and project elements that may be listed in the project directory:

        Project directory information:

        • Project name
        • Project ID
        • Physical address
        • Date of registration
        • Date of certification
        • Certification level
        • Total points earned
        • Project scorecard
        • ACP (Alternative Compliance Path) selection
        • Rating system and version
        • Owner type
        • Owner name
        • Owner organization
        • Gross square footage
        • Total property area
        • Project type

        All “public” projects also benefit from publicity opportunities: we may utilize your project data to create case studies highlighting your project’s features, reference your project on our website or to the media, or create other derivative works.

        Information that may be used for articles, project profiles, other features:

        • Service providers
        • Project team members
        • Promotional or other project photographs
        • Project strategies for certification
        • Quotations from team members

        You are free to opt-out of the LEED project directory and publicity opportunities as a “private project” at the time of registration. All private projects that earn certification will be prompted once more to transition to public status (we can’t help ourselves, we love sharing good news!). You will need to re-confirm your “private” status at that time, if you wish to retain it.

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        Each rating system will remain open and available for certification for at least six years after the rating system registration close date. To certify your project under a specific rating system, you must submit for certification by that rating system's certification close date, also called the sunset date. If you have difficulty meeting this deadline, please reach out to GBCI—they’ll work with you on a solution for your project. View the LEED registration close and certification close deadlines.

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