I was pleased with the format of the LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE Made Easy V4; and I was successful in passing the LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE as a result. So Naturally without hesitation I purchased the LEED AP BD+C v4 study guide; but unfortunately i am finding that the format is dissimilar. I was looking forward to taking the mock practice exams for the LEED AP BD+C v4; but so far I have not seen any which is very disappointing.
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In slide #8 of this Chapter, you talked about major renovations which includes:
a. Building Envelope Changes
b. HVAC system changes
c. Major interior changes.
My question is, how to quantify interior changes to categorize it into LEED BD+C instead of LEED ID+C?
Thanks for your question.
There is no specific rule to classify major interior renovation and minor interior renovation. The project team will decide about it.
Here are some guidelines:
1. Is the occupancy type changes like resi to commercial then consider it as major renovation.
2.Is the building has to be vacated to do the renovation then consider it as major renovation
3. Is there a consultant involved or government approval required for the renovation then consider it as major renovation
Hope it clarifies
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hi,i try to connect Q & A, but i couldn’t plug in.what is reason for that, thanks
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Which of the following would be a construction phase credit?
A-Storage and collection of recyclables
B-Innovation in design credit, Leed AP in project team
c-Indoor water use reduction
Credits which will be documented during Design stage of a project are named as ‘Design Phase Credits’ whereas Credits documented during Construction stage of a project are named as ‘Construction Stage Credits’. All the credits listed by you, i.e. Storage and Collection of recyclables, Indoor Water Use Reduction and Innovation – LEED AP credits are Design phase credits.
I have a doubt, If that’s the definition of construction phase and design phase, I think option A should be construction phase credit. Can you please clear that.
what is the appropriate use of LEED logo?
A) For link to website http://www.usgbc.org/leed
B)To indicate an organisations USGBC membership
USBGC Member Companies can use USGBC Logo in website, Business Cards and E-mail Signature. Individuals cannot be a member for USGBC. However, Full-time employees of USGBC Member companies will be considered as USGBC Members and they can utilize membership benefits (eg. fee concession for Credential examinations) from USGBC.
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