Hello again! As I mentioned in my previous post we received our LEED comments back today on a project submitted a few months ago. Following the review process the LEED reviewers issue a brief statement about any credits/prerequisites that may have been deemed unacceptable. Here’s the quick way to see all of those comments. First,… Read More How to view LEED review comments
As part of my continuing ‘Behind the LEEDers’ theme, today I’ll be documenting a part of LEED online that I experienced for the first time. We submitted our LEED documentation for one of SHPs projects a few months and today received comments back from the various LEED reviewers who check the documentation contained in LEED… Read More Why Can’t I Edit My LEED Form After Review?
To anyone developing an interest in building design, their research will inevitably introduce them to the USGBC’s LEED program at some point. USGBC launched its first pilot program in 1998 that would eventually evolve into the latest version, LEED v4. There are tons of websites that offer “The quick study guide to your LEED Green… Read More Behind the LEEDers: An Inside Look at LEED
In October of 2009, SHP celebrated receipt of LEED Silver certification for Pleasant Ridge Montessori- the first LEED certified public K-12 school in the state of Ohio. That first LEED project was not an accident or a whim. It was the result of dedication by SHP Leading Design, the Ohio School Facilities Commission, and Pleasant… Read More Protect Our Ohio Green Schools
I am not always an early adopter, but I did “opt-in” to the new LEED AP with specialty credential pretty quickly after it was launched in 2009. Primarily, I needed to be able to confidently advise my co-workers on the brand new credential and associated continuing education requirement and provide an opinion on if they… Read More LEED AP CEU reporting period #2 complete