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Tip Sheet for Stadiums and Arenas

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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.

Achieving LEED certification provides team owners and facility operators an opportunity to highlight their commitment to sustainability and improved user experience. However, project teams for stadiums and arenas may face unique challenges in meeting the prescriptive requirements set forth in the LEED rating system. From fluctuating operating hours and occupant densities to untraditional floor plans, it’s enough to make your head spin. LEEDuser has collected tips from stadium and arena projects to help you navigate this complex building type.

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Project boundary

Review the Reference Guide’s Minimum Performance Requirement (MPR) Must Use Reasonable Project Boundaries before defining your LEED project boundary. This addresses common building and site boundary issues.

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Summer Minchew


Ecoimpact Consulting
Managing Partner

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