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Pilot Credit #45 is a very indepth site analysis

Pilot-Credits SSpc45: Site assessment
posted by Kendal Neitzke on Oct 18, 2011, 3:19 pm

Our project site has a development history going back to the mid-1800's which included a rather lengthy and involved brownfield remediation. Although the documentation for this credit required a...

Material valuation system- BASTA

Pilot-Credits MRpc54: Avoidance of chemicals of concern
posted by Tanja Arnesson on Dec 29, 2011, 3:50 am

In Sweden we use a material valuation system that is called BASTA, this system is only for chemicals. My project took a early descision that they will only use products that have been registred...

Webinar on Chemicals of Concern

Pilot-Credits MRpc54: Avoidance of chemicals of concern
posted by Sarah Buffaloe on Jan 4, 2012, 2:13 pm

I wanted to let you all know the webinar "LEED Innovation & Pilot Credits: Avoidance of Chemicals of Concern" is being offered March 15 2102 at 1:00pm EST . You can find more information and...

Pilot Credit #45

Pilot-Credits SSpc45: Site assessment
posted by Jill DeMarotta on Jan 13, 2012, 8:34 am

I think this is a good credit. I just wish there was a way to ensure that the information gathered through this process is at the very beginning of the project to positively affect the design,...

Pilot Credit #44 Ergonomics Strategy- wall /work surface ratio

Pilot-Credits EQpc44: Ergonomics approach for computer users
posted by Cindy Davis on Jan 16, 2012, 5:32 pm

I received a second review comment “Documentation demonstrating that on-site measurements or product data for finishes to demonstrate an average wall-surface-to-work surface...

My team and I have reduced

Pilot-Credits WEpc10: Sustainable wastewater management
posted by Alicia Villanueva on Feb 2, 2012, 4:52 pm

My team and I have reduced water use in a project through dual flush fixtures, low flow urinals, low flow lavatories and low flow shower heads by more than 25%. Further we utilize rainwater...

Central Plant Equipment Under scope of credit?

Pilot-Credits WEpc18: Appliance and process water use reduction
posted by Janene Bolt on Apr 4, 2012, 10:02 am

We are looking into this credit for a restoration project at a Navy Yard. After reviewing the credit, it is feasible for us to achieve if the credit does not have any impact on the campus...

2012 public comment

Pilot-Credits EApc67: Energy Jumpstart
posted by Tristan Roberts on Apr 11, 2012, 11:51 am

For more background on why this pilot credit exists, and what it means for LEED-...

This classification confuses to me

Pilot-Credits EApc67: Energy Jumpstart
posted by Bill Swanson on Apr 12, 2012, 11:58 am

I'm not understanding why this is a Pilot Credit. Per USGBC's website.
"What is the Pilot Credit Library and its purpose?
a. The LEED Pilot Credit Library is intended to facilitate...

Pilot Credit 45

Pilot-Credits SSpc45: Site assessment
posted by Rachel McCaffery on May 7, 2012, 2:21 pm

I wonder if there would also be value in evaluating some environmental site considerations as part of this credit, potentially including:
-previous site remediations
-presence of...