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LEED Energy and EQ Documentation Tips from LEED Reviewers

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LEEDuser tip sheets, written by our team of LEED experts, fill gaps in knowledge we’ve observed between the LEED Reference Guide, LEED Online, and LEED Interpretations. We update them regularly so that our members get the most relevant guidance for current issues on their projects.

The most critical areas to document in LEED are the energy efficiency and ventilation prerequisites and credits. You can't earn LEED certification without them, and you can't earn a higher level of LEED without showing strong performance.

Along with those factors, if you're not completing quality LEED documentation, you're going through extra reviews, which means extra time and money, and possibly losing credits, LEED certification levels, or even your whole LEED certification.

LEEDuser expert

Ben Stanley

WSP - Built Ecology
Senior Sustainability Manager

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