I have a LEED-NC 2009 project that was registered in June 2010 (before the 2010 AGMBC was published). It is a 3-building project on part of a larger campus. The buildings are owned by a municipal government. There is one set of construction drawings, one set of specifications, one architect, and there will be one GC to construct all buildings at the same time. It is basically one project. Information for LEED will not be able to be split out between different buildings (e.g. recycled content, regional materials, etc.). From our standpoint, it does not make sense from a time and cost standpoint to break them out into individual projects. Does each building have to be individually registered with a campus (under a Block), or can all buildings be under one project registration?
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