“… projects utilizing larger percentages of workers with the (Green Advantage) credential … are more likely to spot problems that would affect green building performance, identify cost cutting opportunities, and increase the prospects of attaining LEED certification at, or higher than, the level sought.”
Charles Kibert, P.E., PhD
Professor & Director
Powell Center for Construction & the Environment
University of Florida
Earn a LEED Innovation Credit by Using Green Advantage Certified Personnel
USGBC has assessed the Green Advantage certification program against its established requirements for recognition in LEED and found Green Advantage to be in compliance. LEED project teams who comply with the following requirements are eligible for award of 1 Innovation point for LEED LEED BD+C: New ConstructionLEED BD+C: Core and Shell LEED BD+C: SchoolsLEED BD+C: RetailLEED BD+C: HealthcareLEED BD+C: Data CentersLEED BD+C: HospitalityLEED BD+C: Warehouses and Distribution Centersv4.1 – LEED v4.1. Click here to be directed to the USGBC website to learn more about this valuable credit.