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LEED Certified or Certifiable? Making the Case for Earning the Plaque

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 26, 2012 01:01 AM
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by Tristan Roberts last modified Jul 25, 2012

Author name:  Tristan Roberts Blog Category:  Mister Tristan Talks LEED Illustration: Tristan Roberts “Anyone else finding a trend of clients wanting LEED-certifiable projects but not wanting to commit to certification? I have three projects just this week toying with going this route.” That was the opening salvo in a recent email discussion I was involved in among a group of architects. With the permission of those involved, I’ve anonymously synthesized some of the key takeaways here. I’d also like to hear from you: please post your experiences on LEED certified vs. certifiable projects below. It’s about the cost, stupid The following comment summed up some of the objections out there to pursuing LEED: “We are seeing a little green fatigue as well internally and externally; somehow making a project ‘certifiable’ instead of certified seems less onerous and costly.” read more




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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