A land owner wants to develop 2 buildings in a section of his terrain and wants to sell the rest of the parcels. He wants to develop a master site to certify his 2 buildings but he wants to encourage the owners of the parcels to certify their buildings, taking advantage of the master site. All of the buildings are going to be managed by the same entity once they start to operate.
Is this possible under the regulations of LEED Campuses?
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May 5, 2017 - 6:07 pm
Hello Pedro. While the approach you propose is hypothetically possible, the practical limitations of the 'campus (a.k.a. master site) approach' and the supporting campus functionality in LEED Online make it more challenging to apply effectively when the buildings within the campus will be built by separate owners at separate times. If you'd care to submit an inquiry to our Contact page (http://www.usgbc.org/contactus) with some additional details about the project (and include a note that you'd like the inquiry directed to my attention), I'd be glad to help you determine the pluses and minuses of the campus approach, and other possible approaches, for your particular project's circumstances.