LEED-NC

LEED-NC

LEED for New Construction. One of the six LEED Green Building Rating Systems. It focuses on the design and construction process for new construction and major reconstruction of buildings. It is designed to guide and distinguish high-performance commercial and institutional projects.
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The new facility will be designed and constructed to comply with the Canada Green Building Council, LEED-NC Gold standard, or better.
Fundamental and enhanced commissioning were performed as defined under LEED-NC v3.
The Current, a 17-story high-rise rental tower developed by Anderson Pacific LLC, Ledcor Properties and QUALICO, and managed by Alliance Residential Company, makes its mark as the first residential building in Long Beach, Calif., to be awarded LEED-NC Silver Certification, as well as the first project to achieve LEED-ND Gold in the city.
The genesis of this pre-certified LEED-NC Gold office building from an avant garde, 80-story, mixed-use tower to a Stalled Site, and now to its current role as a Class A, global headquarters destination, won 250 West 55th Street the New Construction Award.
By achieving LEED-NC Gold certification for this project, UCSF believes its facilities should help heal both the patient and the planet, and set new standards for sustainable hospitals.
“The 510-bed facility earned LEED-NC Platinum certification from the U.S.
Statistical analyses of the 446 postsecondary buildings in the United States that used LEED-NC (LEED for New Construction and Major Renovations) v2 up through the start of 2010 revealed statistically significant increases in ratings over time, as well as significant increases in total points earned.
(UMC) yesterday announced its 300mm Fab 12A P3 and P4 facilities in Tainan, southern Taiwan, has won LEED-NC (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design--New Construction) Gold Recognition from the U.S.
The USGBC LEED-NC 2020 version is mandating that 50 percent of lux levels must come from daylight contributions.
of California will design and build all new buildings to a minimum standard equivalent to a LEED-NC Silver rating and the Laboratories for the 21st Century (Labs21) Environmental Performance Criteria (EPC), as appropriate.
The Village set a goal for the building to achieve LEED Silver certification under LEED-NC version 2.1.
The guidelines adopted by the firm require that in most instances new ground-up development be certified as sustainable under the LEED-NC (New Construction), LEED-CS (Core and Shell) or LEED-ND (Neighborhood Development) standards.