In our project ownership will provide flooring finishings on commun area, but the leasable area will remain only as concrete so future tenant will install its own flooring.
Do we need to include the floorscore certified floor in the leasing agreement? I think this can create a market barrier for our client since floorscore flooring is really hard to find in central america.
Emerald Built Environments
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July 5, 2012 - 12:07 pm
No you don't have to require the tenant area to comply. Just make sure you check the PI form 5 (owner vs. tenant control) correctly. So owner controls flooring in common areas, tenant in lease area.
MARIA ESTHER LAMADRIDLEED AP BD+C
ECOSYNC SA de CV
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August 12, 2016 - 5:27 pm
i hace a similar question if i have a project where owner scope is only a warehouse built to suit at tenant specifications but complying with LEED, can i go for the flooring systems credit, just demonstrating that the concrete of the warehouse comply with the requirements, as it is the only finish floor in the project at owner scope?