Retailers got their very own LEED designation – LEED for Retail, for both New Construction and Commercial Interiors – in November 2010, though it doesn’t differ dramatically from the standard LEED for New Construction or Commercial Interiors heretofore used by food retailers.
Still there are differences, noted Marc Mondor, principal, LEED faculty, evolveEA, Pittsburgh. Here are some:
• Retail projects can earn LEED for Retail credits by moving into or becoming ...
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