If you have been involved in a building design process, you are most likely familiar with LEED Certification. If not, you are still in the right place. In this article, we will take a look at what LEED certification is, why is it useful, and how to attain it.
What is a LEED Certification?
LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is a standard for building and interior design that aims to serve both customers and the environment equally. There are LEED certifications for any of your interior design or construction projects to make sure you are hitting the mark.
Why do I need it?
These certifications not only ensure you are proceeding with your projects most efficiently and effectively but are also a strong pull factor for potential clients. To the public eye, a LEED certification shows that an organization has done its due diligence when embarking upon a project.
How do I get it?
That is simple! Here at Vanguard Resources, we are happy to help you out. Just reach out today and we can start planning your LEED certification attainment process so you are getting the most out of your interior design or construction project.
To ensure your organization has all of the certifications it needs, contact us today to set up your custom plan.
*Information for this article was gathered from USGBC.