Green Building Rating System
The Leadership In Energy and Environmental Design, LEED, is the most widely used green building rating system in the world. It provides a framework for project planners to "create healthy, highly efficient, and cost-saving green buildings."
LEED was developed to address all buildings everywhere, regardless of where they are in their life cycle. From hospitals to data centers, from historical buildings to those still in the design phase, there is a LEED for every building. Select a project type below to learn more.
As a third-party organization, LEED assesses the environmental friendliness of your job site and helps promote resource efficiency. LEED standards have been applied to over 83,452 projects worldwide.
In terms of the building and construction aspect, LEED has five different rating systems: LEED for New Construction, LEED for Core and Shell, LEED for Schools, LEED for Retail (New Construction and Major Renovations, and lastly LEED for Healthcare.
If you are interested on how to get LEED Certified, use the link here