What is LEED

LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a world-renowned building rating scheme developed in the US by US Green Building Council (USGBC) with the aim to promote a safe, healthy and sustainable building environment.

LEED certification can be used for different project types like new build or renovation projects and in different segments like residential, healthcare, education, retail and hospitality.

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What does it mean if a building is LEED certified?

LEED Certified buildings have many great benefits that advance the economic, environmental and health-promoting performance of a building. Looking at costs, LEED certified buildings reduce costs linked to energy, water and waste, and experience a significantly better overall performance that leads to a higher competitive advantage and reduced vacancy spaces.

LEED also focuses on a healthy indoor air quality and the wellbeing of occupants, while at the same time, decreases carbon emissions and energy use, helping to create a sustainable and green buildings.

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Download our factsheet to find out more about how our acoustic ceilings and wall panels can help get you LEED certified.

 

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