In NYC, there is building that the clients are looking to see if it complies with undergoing LEED certification under a Local Law. They pretty much ask for what could be included in the scope of work for sustainability that could help the building be more sustainable if it were to go through LEED certification. For the interior lighting credit, most of the strategies account for the lighting system of the entire building or of a percentage of the entire building. However, the issue is our scope of work does not include the whole building, only for lighting that will be replaced if the ceiling material is to be replaced as well. And that does not cover the entire building. Since this isn't so much a LEED certification project, but more like a LEED-ready feasibility study, could I tailor some of these strategies to only involve lighting that is within our scope of work and not of the entire building?
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