Making LEED Certification More Efficient

December 28, 2011 at 3:41 pm Leave a comment

The Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) is hoping to streamline the LEED Certification process to make it faster, with the goal of reducing the process to less than six months.

There is currently a backlog of projects waiting for LEED Certification approval. The CaGBC hope their new streamlined process will fix backlog problems and speed up the application process for participants.

Now that the CaGBC is seeing more demand for LEED Certification, they also see a need to create a more streamlined process. This is their attempt to better serve the market and encourage growth and expansion of LEED Certification across the country.

Changes include shortening the three-stage certification process to two stages for LEED Canada NC 1.0 and LEED Canada CS 1.0 projects, investing in more sophisticated technology to improve the administration of certification, and introducing a design review process. The CaGBC has also hired four new review teams to work on certifying projects and addressing backlogs.

These changes should make LEED Green Associates and LEED APs happy, as concerns have risen that LEED documentation is too confusing and that LEED Certification takes too long. The CaGBC changes should please the individuals who participate in LEED projects.


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