Leed Certified | GBRI
 

Okay, first things first. You cannot become LEED certified – not unless you are a building.  People often confuse LEED ‘certification’ with LEED ‘accreditation’. Becoming LEED certified is a process for buildings, people become LEED ‘accredited’.  With this major confusion cleared, let us now proceed to understand what LEED certification and LEED accreditation mean. What […]

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Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is the position of industry standard. LEED certification accounts for the bulk of green design verification. According to USGBC (US Green Building Council), LEED certified space increases 1.85 million square feet per day. A professional designation can accompany your name as LEED AP. It may not have the [...]
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