I have a question regarding the site boundary in a project that will be registered for LEED-NC. The building is existing and the entire northern half is corporate office space that will be totally renovated including new HVAC system. The southern half of the building is the company's warehouse which is connected by two corridors to a separate manufacturing building. Could there be any problem with drawing the site boundary line directly through the building where the office is separated from the warehouse? The office space can be completely closed off by locking doors from the warehouse and there is no overlap in occupancy.
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