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LEED guidelines

LEED guarantees savings in energy costs, lower carbon emissions and healthier environments for the places we inhabit.

The program is based on the concept of integrated design process and motivates the achievement of high performance in key areas for human health and the environment.

It also encourages intelligent planning decisions such as ensuring access to transportation and public services, ensuring economically viable and livable communities.

LEED Technical Guideline

Use of materials with low or zero volatile organic component content

With respect to the ashrae 90.1 baseline, 201, through the efficient distribution of LED luminaires and associated controls, Energy Star equipment and appliances, mechanical ventilation 100%, outdoor air distributed by the high technical step and without Air conditioning. Water saving through high efficiency faucets and sanitary WaterSense.

Implementation of waste management plan

During construction to deviate from the maximum possible of recyclable waste and an air quality plan during construction.

Energy saving

(VOC or VOC) such as paints, adhesives and sealants, carpets and floors, materials of recyclable origin, and it is preferable to specify those with environmental product declarations (DAP or EPD).

LEED Strategic Guideline

Energy consumption measurement

will allow the management of them, over time.

Implementation of criteria for the operation phase

With sustainable procurement policies and maintenance programs. Promotion plans for alternative mobility.

LEED Architectural Guideline

Optimal comfort Conditions

For the occupants, through the use of natural lighting, open spaces with visuals and Biophilia.

Quality and avant-garde furniture

With solutions such as height-adjustable tables that promote activity and physical wellbeing.

Strategic location

With secure pedestrian access and public transportation.

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