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LEED NC Checklist Detailed

LEED NC Checklist Detailed

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LEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations
Project Checklist
000
Possible Points:
26
Y?N
d/C
Y
C
Prereq 1
d
Credit 1
1
d
Credit 2
5
d
Credit 3
Brownfield Redevelopment1
d
Credit 4.1
6
d
Credit 4.2
1
d
Credit 4.3
Alternative TransportationLow-Emitting and Fuel-Efficient Vehicles3
d
Credit 4.4
2
C
Credit 5.1
Site DevelopmentProtect or Restore Habitat1
d
Credit 5.2
Site DevelopmentMaximize Open Space1
d
Credit 6.1
Stormwater DesignQuantity Control1
d
Credit 6.2
Stormwater DesignQuality Control1
C
Credit 7.1
Heat Island EffectNon-roof1
d
Credit 7.2
1
d
Credit 8
Light Pollution Reduction1
000
Possible Points:
10
Y?N
Y
d
Prereq 1
d
Credit 1
Water Efficient Landscaping2 to 4Reduce by 50%2No Potable Water Use or Irrigation4
d
Credit 2
Innovative Wastewater Technologies2
d
Credit 3
2 to 4Reduce by 30%2Reduce by 35%3Reduce by 40%4
Sustainable SitesWater Efficiency
Alternative Transportation—Parking CapacityHeat Island Effect—Roof Water Use Reduction—20% ReductionWater Use ReductionConstruction Activity Pollution PreventionSite SelectionDevelopment Density and Community ConnectivityAlternative Transportation—Public Transportation AccessAlternative Transportation—Bicycle Storage and Changing RoomsLEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations Project Checklist1 of 8
 
000
Possible Points:
35
Y?N
Y
C
Prereq 1
Y
d
Prereq 2
Y
d
Prereq 3
d
Credit 1
1 to 19Improve by 12% for New Buildings or 8% for Existing Building Renovations1Improve by 14% for New Buildings or 10% for Existing Building Renovations2Improve by 16% for New Buildings or 12% for Existing Building Renovations3Improve by 18% for New Buildings or 14% for Existing Building Renovations4Improve by 20% for New Buildings or 16% for Existing Building Renovations5Improve by 22% for New Buildings or 18% for Existing Building Renovations6Improve by 24% for New Buildings or 20% for Existing Building Renovations7Improve by 26% for New Buildings or 22% for Existing Building Renovations8Improve by 28% for New Buildings or 24% for Existing Building Renovations9Improve by 30% for New Buildings or 26% for Existing Building Renovations10Improve by 32% for New Buildings or 28% for Existing Building Renovations11Improve by 34% for New Buildings or 30% for Existing Building Renovations12Improve by 36% for New Buildings or 32% for Existing Building Renovations13Improve by 38% for New Buildings or 34% for Existing Building Renovations14Improve by 40% for New Buildings or 36% for Existing Building Renovations15Improve by 42% for New Buildings or 38% for Existing Building Renovations16Improve by 44% for New Buildings or 40% for Existing Building Renovations17Improve by 46% for New Buildings or 42% for Existing Building Renovations18Improve by 48%+ for New Buildings or 44%+ for Existing Building Renovations19
d
Credit 2
1 to 71% Renewable Energy13% Renewable Energy25% Renewable Energy37% Renewable Energy49% Renewable Energy511% Renewable Energy613% Renewable Energy7
C
Credit 3
2
d
Credit 4
2
C
Credit 5
3
C
Credit 6
2Fundamental Refrigerant ManagementFundamental Commissioning of Building Energy SystemsOptimize Energy PerformanceOn-Site Renewable EnergyGreen PowerMinimum Energy Performance
Energy and Atmosphere
Enhanced CommissioningEnhanced Refrigerant ManagementMeasurement and VerificationLEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations Project Checklist2 of 8
 
000
Possible Points:
14
Y?N
Y
d
Prereq 1
C
Credit 1.1
1 to 3Reuse 55% 1Reuse 75%2Reuse 95%3
C
Credit 1.2
Building ReuseMaintain 50% of Interior Non-Structural Elements1
C
Credit 2
1 to 250% Recycled or Salvaged175% Recycled or Salvaged2
C
Credit 3
1 to 2Reuse 5%1Reuse 10%2
C
Credit 4
1 to 210% of Content120% of Content2
C
Credit 5
1 to 210% of Materials120% of Materials2
C
Credit 6
Rapidly Renewable Materials1
C
Credit 7
1
Materials and Resources
Storage and Collection of RecyclablesBuilding Reuse—Maintain Existing Walls, Floors, and Roof Construction Waste ManagementMaterials ReuseRecycled ContentRegional MaterialsCertified WoodLEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations Project Checklist3 of 8

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