LEED project boundary in campus setting
Does each building on a campus have to have it's own separate, smaller LEED boundary or are buildings allowed to share the campus boundary? I am told it's the former, but that doesn't make sense to me. The reasoning is that the buildings can't double dip, that there is no overlap allowed between LPBs. But I thought that was one of the main reasons the AGMBC was developed. There are several places in the AGMBC that seem to support the idea that different buildings on campus can share the same site. Any suggestions are appreciated, but I really want someone to tell me a definitave yes or no!!