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Help for LEED EBOM

Thu, Jun 21, 2012 @ 02:14 / by Jim Newman

If you are considering or in the process of applying for LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance (LEED EBOM), you will want to know about LEEDuser’s “LEED-EBOM Stress Test – Credit-by-Credit Readiness Review.” This comprehensive road-map is 85 pages of tips and tools that will make it easier to get more points for your LEED EBOM project.  

The document includes a detailed list of action steps and options for each credit, as well as what to watch for and pitfalls to avoid in determining feasibility of the credit for your specific project.  Answer the questions under “Are you ready for this credit?” and you will really know where you stand.

Jim Newman wrote the foreword to this comprehensive tool and addressed specific concerns of building owners, facility managers, building engineers and LEED consultants

LEEDuser is one of the best resources around for those embarking on a green building initiative. LEEDuser has tools that help you determine which LEED certification is right for your project (and how much it will cost), pages that break down the individual credits in the LEED rating systems, plus tipsheets and forums. 

“Like” Newman Consulting Group on Facebook and we’ll send you Jim’s foreword and some introductory remarks by LEEDuser.

Topics: LEED Guidelines, LEED 2009, Green Building, LEED, LEED Certification, Energy Savings

Jim Newman

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