LEED Buildings and PMP's
Tuesday July 3, 2012
Can you explain the role PCOs play in providing service to businesses that participate in the LEED program? Do PCOs become LEED certified or can any company perform service (for credit to the client) as long as that service adheres to LEED guidelines? Lastly, where can these guidelines be found? Thank you for such a great site!
The LEED program stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and it is offered by a private corporation called the United States Green Building Council, or USGBC. Their purpose is to certify "Green" buildings, whether commercial or residential, and the complete details on their program can be found on their website at www.usgbc.org.
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