Excerpted from LEED 2009 for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance
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we have a house for one-family with the interest to be a LEED EBOMEBOM is an acronym for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance, one of the LEED 2009 rating systems..
is this possible?
all the credits which require measurement, verification, or following can be responsible of the family owner?
LEED EB O&M was designed for commercial buildings. To date there is no equivalent in residential buildings under the LEED banner.
Hi, our project is classify as Industrial-manufacturing facility. Filing out this form, I am wondering about where can I include the backyard area of our facility which is bigger than the operating building. What kind of good/bad consequences can carry out include this area in the boundary project area? Is important to know that the backyard is just grass and trees, such land is watered and mowed in spring and summer seasons. The operating building area is 86,517 sf and the backyard area is 137,541 sf.
Does anyone have anything to say about this, I also wanted to know because our client also have an adjacent land (across the street or separated by the one street from their manufacturing facility) that is just grass and trees, but the difference is that the land is not watered and mowed. Hope someone will reply. Thanks
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