Our client constructed a 10 story healthcare building about a couple of years ago. Only the core and shell was constructed at that time. No interior build-out was part of the construction then.
Currently, three of the ten floors are in the process of being built out. Additionally, they intend to build out some of the other floors in the near future.
One scenario is to pursue LEED for Commercial Interiors certification only for the floors that are undergoing interior-build out. Under this scenario only the specific floors will be LEED Certified.
They are interested in pursuing LEED certification for the entire building.
Can we pursue LEED Core and Shell certification for the entire building? How would this reflect on the floors undergoing interior-build out?
Would LEED-EBOM be applicable at all here?