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Lee

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Robert, English physician, 1793-1877. See: Lee ganglion.

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Roger I., U.S. physician, 1881-1967. See: Lee-White method.
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The trajectory of LEED is to support these market changes by continuing to improve the performance throughout the lifecycle of buildings, advance net zero and net positive practices, and reward leaders based on their performance to enable building owners and city leaders to track progress toward environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals.
"LEED v4.1 is aimed at addressing the challenges projects face as they pursue their sustainability goals," said Melissa Baker, SVP, USGBC.
Several federal executive orders laid out requirements that construction of federal buildings meet "Guiding Principles for High Performance Sustainable Buildings," principles that align closely to LEED standards and have led agencies to mandate LEED certification for new buildings and some existing buildings.
Green Building Council and its LEED certification, which can assure higher rents and sale prices for commercial buildings.
Eisenmann said he would build the home to meet LEED standards if he could get tax breaks.
The course will be led by Alan Millin, a chartered engineer and LEED AP with more than 35 years experience in the HVAC industry.
Beginning in June 2009, current LEED APs have two years to enroll in a credential maintenance program without being required to retake the exam.
You can, in fact, live in a home just like Glenn's--he's selling prefabricated versions of the first home in the nation to receive the highest-possible Platinum rating from LEED. His company, LivingHomes, is considered the first to make LEED-certified prefab homes available to consumers nationwide, though the cost is steep at about $300 per square foot.
"We have different audiences; that's why we're introducing new tracks for LEED accreditation," Templeton says, adding that the addition of a LEED AP professional on a project team earns the building one point toward LEED certification, regardless of the track the individual followed to become accredited.
LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design), the world's most widely used green building rating program, has a growing presence in the hospitality industry--and the number of LEED-certified buildings is expected to continue at a strong pace.
LEED, which was developed by the USGBC has become a leading certification system for green buildings, is widely used for a variety of projects.