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When was the USGBC created?
1993
What areas of design and construction does LEED CI address?
Sustainable Sites
Water Efficiency
Energy and Atmosphere
Materials and Resources
Indoor Environmental Quality
Innovation in Design
What are the points needed for each of the following Leed levels:
Certified
Silver
Gold
Platinum
Certified 21-26 points
Silver 27-31 points
Gold 32-41 points
Platinum 42-57 points
What submittals are required to prove the site selected is a LEED certified building?
The LEED CI submittal template, signed by the responsible party declaring that the CI project is located in a LEED certified building.

Provide a copy of the core buidling LEED certified documentation
What are the potential technologies and strategies for selecting a LEED certified building?
Give Preference to properties that have achieved LEED certification.
What is the intent for SS CR. 1 OP. C. Stormwater Managment, Treatment?
Limit disruption of natural water flows by eliminating stormwater run-off, increasing on-site infiltration and eliminating contaminants.
What are the requirements for SS CR. 1 OP. C. Stormwater Managment, Treatment?
A building that has in place site stormwater treatment systems designed to remove 80% of the ave. annual site area Total Suspended Solids (TSS) and Total Phosphorus (TP)
What are the values based on for the requirements for SS CR. 1 OP. C. Stormwater Managment, Treatment?
Average annual loadings from all storms less than or equal to the 2 yr/24hr storm.

Building must implement and maintain Best Management Practices outline in CH. 4 Part II (Urban Runof) of the EPA's Guidance Specifying Manangement Measures for Sources of Nonpoint Pollution in Coastal Waters, Jan. 1993 (Doc. EPA 840B92002) or the local govements BMP docs. (which ever is more stringent.)
What are the sumbittal reuirements for SS CR. 1 OP. C. Stormwater Managment, Treatment?
Provide the LEED CI template signed by the CE or repsonsible party declaring the design meets or exceeds the EPA or local gov. BMP (whichever is more stringent) for removal of TSS and TP.
What are the potential technologies and strategies for SS CR. 1 OP. C. Stormwater Managment, Treatment?
Design the mechanical or natural system such as constructed wetlands, vegetated filter strips, and bioswales to treat the site's stormwater.
What is the intent of SS CR. 1 OP. F. Light Pollution Reduction?
Eliminate light trespass fromthe building site and inmprove night sky access and reduce impact on nocturnal enviroment. (to see the stars and let the animals sleep or do their thing!)
Whatare the requirements of SS CR. 1 OP. F. Light Pollution Reduction?
A building that meets or provides lower light levels and uniormty ratio's than those recommended by IESNA.

Exterior Luminaires with more than 1000 initial lamp lumens are shielded.

All luminaires with more than 3500 shall meet the full cutoff of IESNA classification.

Maximum cadela value of all interior lighting shall fall within property line.

Any luminaire within a distance of 2.5 times its mounting height form the property boundry shall have sheilding such that no light crosses the boundry.
What are the submittal requirements of SS CR. 1 OP. F. Light Pollution Reduction?
The LEED CI template sight by the lighting designer or responsible party declaring requirements have been met.
What are the potential technologies and strategies for achieving SS CR. 1 OP. F. Light Pollution Reduction?
Adopt site lighting criteria to maintain sae lighting levels prescribed by IESNA (RP-33-99)

Minimize sight lighting, eliminate facade and landscape lighting.

Model site lighting and calculate the lighting power densities not to exceed ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1-2004 exterior lighting standards.
What are the other techniques for potential technologies and strategies may be used to achieve SS CR. 1 OP. F. Light Pollution Reduction?
Using cutoff and full cutoff luminaires

using low-relfectance surfaces in some locations

Minimizing uplighting

Sheilding adjustable spotlights

Using controls to turn off lighitng after normal operating hours.
What are the lighting trespass limititations prescribed by IESNA?
E1: Intricially Dark
Parks and Residnetial Areas
Foot Candles: .1

E2: Low Ambient Brightness
Outer Urban and Rural areas
Foot Candles: .1

E3: Medium Ambient Brightness
Urban Residential Areas
Foot Candles: .2

E4: High Ambient Brightness
Urban Areas
Foot Candles: .6
What additional documentation may be required for SS CR.1 OP. F. Light Pollution Reduction?
An exterior site plan showing all buildings, landscape features and luminaires schedule summary. (plus a separate schedule showing type, style, location, height, orientation, shielding, and aiming of all light sources and all lightin control devices.

A computer generated lighitng calc showing horizontal illuminance on a 10' x 10' minimum grid and a min. of 10' beyond lot property.
What is the intent of SS CR.1 OP. I. Innovative Wastewater Technologies?
Reduce the generation of wastewater and potable water demand while increasing the local aquifer recharge.
What are the requirements for SS CR.1 OP. I. Innovative Wastewater Technologies?
A building that reduces municipally provided potable water for sewage conveyance by 50% or treats 100% of the wastewater on site to tertiary standards. (basically use 50% less water when flushing or clean the shit out all sewage water on-site...)
What submittals are required for SS CR. 1 OP. I. Innovative Wastewater Technologies?
Provide LEED CI submittal template signed by the architect, MEP engineer or responsible party declaring sewage conveyance to be reduced by 50%. Include a spreadsheet calculation and narrative demonstrating measures used to reduce wastewater by at least 50% from baseline conditions.

OR

Provide LEED CI Submittal Template signed by CE or responsible party declaring that 100% of the wastewater will be treated on-site to tertiary standards. Include a narrative describing the on-site waste water treatment system.
What are the potential technologies and strategies for SS CR. 1 OP. I. Innovative Wastewater Technologies?
Specify high efficiency fixtures and dry fixtures.

consider reusing stormwater or graywater for sewage conveyance or on-site treatment systems, mechanical or natural.
What additional documentation may be required for SS CR. 1 OP. I. Innovative Wastewater
Fixture cut-sheets may be neccessary.

For on-site treatment a narrative or other supporting documentation may be neccessary.
What are the requirements for SS CR. 1 OP. L. Other Quantifiable Environmental Performance?
A building that has in place at the time of submittal other quantifiable environmental performance characteristics that may be found in other LEED rating systems.
What are the submittal requirements for SS CR. 1 OP. L. Other Quantifiable Environmental Performance?
The LEED CI Submittal Template signed by the architect, interior designer, owner, engineer or responsible party declaring compliance with each claimed requirement based on standards defined in the applicibable LEED rating system.

OR

The LEED CI Submittal Template signed by the architect, ID, owner, engineer,ore responsible party, declaring exemplary performance has been achieved for LEED CI SS CR. 1 OP.
What are the potential technologies and strategies for SS CR. 1 OP. L. Other Quantifiable Environmental Performance?
Refer to the appropriate PTS provided for the LEED rating system and credit selected.
What is important to check and refer to for all of the sections in the LEED CI rating system?
Credit Interpretation Ruling
What is the intent of SS CR. 3.1 Alternative Transportation: Public Transportation Access?
Reduce pollution and land devlopment impact from automobile use.
What are the requirements of SS CR. 3.1 Alternative Transportation: Public Transportation Access?
Tenant to select a building with 1/2 mile of a commuter rail, light rail, or subway station or 1/4 mile of 2 or more public or campus bus lines usable by tenant occupants.
What are the submittal requirements of SS CR. 3.1 Alternative Transportation: Public Transportation Access?
LEED CI Submittal Template signed by the appropraite party, declaring the building in which the project is located is located witht he required proximity of mass transit.

Provide and area drawing or transit map highlighting the building location, the fixed rail stations and bus lines, and idicate the distances between them. Include a scale bar for distance and measurement.
What are the potential technologies and strategies of SS CR. 3.1 Alternative Transportation: Public Transportation Access?
Perform a transportation survey of otential tenant occupants to identify transporation needs.

Choose a buidling near mass transit.
What are the environmental issues dealin with SS CR. 3.1 Alternative transportation?
For every passenger mile traveled, public transoportation emits 95% less cabon monoxide, 92% less fewer VOC's, and almost 50% less carbon dioxide. It also saves almost 45 million barrels of oil.
What is the intent of SS Cr. 3.2 Alternative Transportation (bycicle storage & changing rooms)
Reduce pollution, Reduce land development impacts from cars.
What are the requirements for SS CR. 3.2 Aternative Transportation? (bikes and changing rooms)
Provide bike storage, and changing rooms for 5% or more of the occupancy.
What are the submittals for SS CR. 3.2 Aternative Transportation? (bikes and changing rooms)
Provide the LEED CI template
distance to the cycle storage
tenant load
meeting the 5% requirement.
What are the strategies for SS CR. 3.2 Aternative Transportation? (bikes and changing rooms)
Select a building with such amenities as part of the tenant fit-out.
How many changing/showers rooms are required for cyclists?
1 per 8
What is the calculation for deliniating the 5%?
Full-time employees/ 8 hour = 1.0
Par-time employees/4 hours = .5
What is the intent for SS CR. 3.3 Alternative Transportation? (parking availability)
increase carpooling
What are the requirements for SS CR. 3.3 Alternative Transportation? (parking availability)
A: Projects under 75% GROSS building square footage.
parking spaces shall not exceed the minimum required by law. & priority for carpools provided for 5% or more of the tenants.

OR

No parking to be provided or subsidized

B:

Projects over 75% GROSS building square footage

Parking will not exceed local zoning requirements.

Priority parking for carpools 5% +

OR

No new parking for rehabilitated buildings. & Preferred carpool parking for 5% +
What are the submittals for SS CR. 3.3 Alternative Transportation? (parking availability)
LEED CI Template
Copy of zoning requirements
Zoning Calcs
Occupancy group &
Priority parking accomodations

&

Sow tenants lease with parking guarantees and preferred parking accomodations
What are the potential strategies for SS CR. 3.3 Alternative Transportation? (parking availability)
Select building with minimized parking and limited inclusions.
SS CR. 3.3 Alternative Transportation? (parking availability)

Implementation
Confirm lease does not guarantee more spaces than the calc requirement.
What is the intent for WE Credit 1.0?
Maximize efficiency.
Lessen burden on the city.
What are the requirements for WE Credit 1.2? Water use reduction (30% reduction)
Use 30% less water than the baseline calc for a tenant space after meeting EPA 1992 fixture performance.
What are the submittals for WE Credit 1.0?
LEED CI template declaring 30% reduction of use based on occupancy requirements and EPA 1992.

Provide spreadsheet calc. describing installed plumbing systems, (and any water SUPPLY systems)
Contractors submittals and manufacturers product sheets showing flush/flow rate for each.

Highlighted plans showing water supply/collection

Documentation of daily use rates if they differ from leed.
Can WE CR. 1.0 gain and expemplary performance credit?
Yes, if it achieves a 40% water savings.
Intent:

EA Prereq 1

Fundamental Commissioning
Verfication of energy related systems are installed, calibrated and perform as intended.
Requirements:

EA Prereq 1
Designate person at Commissioning authority (shall not be responsible for project design)

Clearly document owners requirements and design

Develop and incorporate commissioning req. into CD's

Verify installation meets owner and project requirements.

Complete commissioning report.
What systems shall be included in EA Prereq 1?
HVAC & R and associated controls,

Lighting controls including daylighting

Domestic hot water systems

Renewable energy systems
Submittals:

EA Prereq 1
LEED CI template signed by commissioing authority & tenant that systems are successfully executed or will be provided under contract.

Narrative and diagrams showing how HVAC works, what was included in scope, and improvements made to commmon building systems.
Intent:

EA Prereq 1
Verfication of energy related systems are installed, calibrated and perform as intended.
Requirements:

EA Prereq 1 Fundamental Commissioning
Designate person at Commissioning authority (shall not be responsible for project design)

Clearly document owners requirements and design

Develop and incorporate commissioning req. into CD's

Verify installation meets owner and project requirements.

Complete commissioning report.
What systems shall be included in EA Prereq 1?
HVAC & R and associated controls,

Lighting controls including daylighting

Domestic hot water systems

Renewable energy systems
Submittals:

EA Prereq 1
LEED CI template signed by commissioing authority & tenant that systems are successfully executed or will be provided under contract.

Narrative and diagrams showing how HVAC works, what was included in scope, and improvements made to commmon building systems.
What are the credits found in Sustainable Sites?
CR. 1 Site Selection

Cr. 2 Development Density Community Connectivity

Cr. 3 Alternative Transportation

Cr. 3.1 Alternative Transportation, Public Transportation Access

Credit 3.2 Alternative Transporation, Bicycle Storage and changing rooms

Cr 3.3 Alternative transportation, parking availabilty
What are the credits found in Water efficiency?
Cr. 1.1 Water use reduction, 20%

Cr. 1.2 Water use reductioon 30%
What are the credits found in Energy & Atmosphere?
Prereq 1 Fundamental commissioing

Prereq 2 minimum energy performance

Prereq 3 CFC reduction in HVAC & R equipment

Cr. 1.1 Optimize energy performance, lighting power

Cr. 1.2 Optimize energy performance, lighting controls

Cr. 1.3 Optimize energy performance, HVAC

Cr. 1.4 Optimize energy performance, Equipmemt & appliances

Cr. 2 Enhanced commissioning

Cr. 3 energy use, measurment and payment accountability

Cr. 4 Green power
What are the Credits in the Materials and Resources catagories?
Pre-Req. 1 - Storage and Collections of Recyclables

Credit 1.1 Tenant Space, Long-term Commitment

Credit 1.2 Building Reuse, Maintain 40% of Interior Non-Structural Components

Credit 1.3 Building Reuse, Maintain 60% or Interior Non-structural components

Credit 2.1,2.2 - Consruction waste Management, Divert 50%/75% from landfill

Credit 3.1, 3.2 Resource Reuse 5%, 10%

Credit 3.3 Resource Reuse 30% Furniture and Furnishings

Credit 4.1, 4.2 Recycled content 10%, 20%(post-consumer + 1/2 preconsumer)

Credit 5.1, 5.2 Regional Materials, 20% manu. regionally, 10% extracted and manu. reagionally

Credit 6 Rapidly renewable materials

Credit 7 certified wood
What are the credits in the Indoor Environmental Quality Catagory?
Prereq 1 Minimun IAQ performance

Prereq 2 Environmental tobacco smoke control

credit 1 outdoor air delivery monitoring

Credit 2 Increased Ventilation

Credit 3.1, 3.2 Construction IAQ management plan during construction and after consruction

Credit 4.1 - Low emitting Materials - adhesives and sealants

Credit 4.2 - paints and coatings

Credit 4.3 - carpet materials

credit 4.4 composite wood and laminate adhesives

credit 4.5 systems furniture and seating

credit 5 - indoor chemical and pollutant source control

Credit 6.1/6.2 - controllibility of systems, lighting/temperature and ventilation

Credit 7.1,7.2 - thermal comfort, compliance/monitoring

Credit 8.1/8.2/8.3 - daylighting and views, daylight for 75% of spaces/90% of spaces/90% of seated spaces
What are the credits for innovation and design process?
Credits 1.1-1.4 - innovation in design

Cedit 2 - LEED accredited professional
What is the intent of SS Cr. 1 Op. B Stormwater management: rate and quantity?
To limit pollution of natural water flows by limiting runoff.
What are the requirements of SS Cr. 1 Op. B Stormwater management: rate and quantity?
A building prior to development that has less than or equal to 50% imperviousness

OR

If it is greater than 50% there is a plan that reduced pre-developed 1.5 yr/24 hour rate by 25%.
What are the submittals of SS Cr. 1 Op. B Stormwater management: rate and quantity?
LEED template signed by the civi engineer declaring the post development does not exceed the pre-development rate discharge. Includes calculations showing site imperviousness less than or equal to 50%.
What are the potential technologies and strategies of SS Cr. 1 Op. B Stormwater management: rate and quantity?
Design site to maintain stormwater flows by promoting infiltration.
What is the calculation for figuring out imperviousness?
Surface area x runoff coefficient = impervious area (sq.ft.)

total pervious area/total site area = imperperviousness (%)
What is the intent of SS CR. 1 OP. D Heat island reduction?
Minimize impact on microclimate and human and wildlifef habitat.
What are the requirements of SS CR. 1 OP. D Heat island reduction?
Building that provides shade (or will within 5 yrs of construction)

And/Or

uses light colored/high albedo materials with a Solar Reflectance index of at least 30 and/or of open grid pavement of at leaset 30% fo non-roof imperviousness surfaces

OR

a minimum of 50% of the parking spaces are underground.

Or

Has an open grid pavement system less that 50% impervious for 50% of the parking lot.
What are the potential techologies and strategies of SS CR 1 OP D Heat island reduction?. Non-roof
adding landscape features, minimize building footprint, consider replacing constructed surfaces with vegetated surfaces.
What is the intent of SS CR 1 OP. E Heat island reduction - Roof?
minimize impact on microclimate and human and wildlife habitat/
Whatare the requirements of SS CR 1 OP. E Heat island reduction Roof?
roofing with a SRI of 78 if less or equal to 2:12

or

29 if greater than 2:12

For a minimum of 75% of the roof surface.

Or

50% green roof

Or

High SRI and vegetated roof

total roof area less than or =(area of sri roof x 1.33)+ (area of vegetated roof x 2)
What is the intent of SS CR 1 OP. G Water effcient irrigation reduced potable water consumption?
limit or eliminate potable water for landscape irrigation
What are the requirements of SS CR 1 OP. G Water effcient irrigation reduced potable water consumption?
employ a high-efficiency irrigation system

OR

use captured rain or recycled site water for over 50% of the conventional means.
What is the intent of SS CR 1 OP. H Water effcient irrigation NO potable water consumption?
limit or eliminate potable water for landscape irrigation
What are the requirements for SS CR. 1 Op. H Water efficient irrigation, NO potable water use or NO irrigation?
building uses only captured rain or recycled site water

OR

Does NOT have a permanent lanscaping irrigation system.
What is the equation for SS CR. 1 OP. H Water efficient irrigation NO ptable and No irrigation?
K (s - species) x K (d - density) x K (mc - microclimate factor) = K (l - lanscape)
What is the intent of MR Pre Req. 1 Storage and collection of recyclables?
reduction of waste generated
What are the requirements for MR Prereq 1?
easily accessible dedicated area for recyclables.

At a minimum: paper corrugated cardboard, glass, plastics and metals.
What is the intent of MR CR. 1.1 Tenant Space?
encourage choices that conserve and reduce environmental impact.
What is the requirement of MR CR. 1.1 Tenant Space?
commits to a 10 year lease.
What is the intent of MR CR. 1.2 Building Reuse? (maintain 40% or interior non-structural components)
extend building life cycle conserve, retain and reduce.
What is the requirement of MR CR. 1.2 Building Reuse? (maintain 40% or interior non-structural components)
maintain 40% of non-shell/ non structure components
What is the requirement of MR CR. 1.3 Building Reuse? (maintain 60% or interior non-structural components)
Maintain 60% of non-shell/non-structure components.
What is the intent of MR CR. 2.1 Construction waste management?
Divert construction material, demolition, etc. form landfill disposal. Redirect recyclables back to the manufacturing process.
What is the Requirement of MR CR. 2.1 Construction waste management?
Recycle or salvage at least 50% of debris.
What are potential technolgoies and strategies of MR CR. 2.1 Construction waste management?
diversion may include donation to habitat for humanity.

designate areas for recyling at the construction area.
What is the requirement of MR CR. 2.2 Construction waste management?
divert 75% of debris.
What is the intent for MR credit 3.1? Resource Reuse
reuse to reduce demand for virgin materials.
What is the requirement for MR credit 3.1? Resource Reuse
use salvages materials for at least 5% of the building. (excluding furniture and furnishings)
What are potential strategies and technologies for MR credit 3.1? Resource Reuse
consider salvaged materials such as beams, posts, flooring, paneling, doors, frames, cabinetry, brick nad decorative laminate.
What is the requirement for MR credit 3.2? Resource Reuse
reuse 10% (excluding furniture or furnishings)
What is the intent of MR CR. 3.3 Resource reuse (furniture and furnishings)
reuse products, and materials to reduce demand for virgin materials.
What is the requirement of MR CR. 3.3 Resource reuse (furniture and furnishings)
used salvaged furniture or furnishings for 30% of the total furniture budget
What areas are excluded from this calucation? (for MR credit 3.3)
artwork and interior plants
What is the intent of MR CR. 4.1 Recylced content (10% post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)
increase demand for recycled content materials.
What are the requirements of MR CR. 4.1 Recylced content (10% post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)
use materials, including furniture with recycled content (sum of post-consumer content plus 1/2 of pre-consumer content contitutes 10% or the total value)
What is the CALCULATION of MR CR. 4.1 Recylced content (10% post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)
wt of recycled content / overall weight - multiple the percentage by the total cost of the material.
What is the requirement of MR CR. 3.3 Resource reuse (furniture and furnishings)
used salvaged furniture or furnishings for 30% of the total furniture budget
What areas are excluded from this calucation? (for MR credit 3.3)
artwork and interior plants
What is the intent of MR CR. 4.1 Recylced content (10% post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)
increase demand for recycled content materials.
What are the requirements of MR CR. 4.1 Recylced content (10% post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)
use materials, including furniture with recycled content (sum of post-consumer content plus 1/2 of pre-consumer content contitutes 10% or the total value)
What is the CALCULATION of MR CR. 4.1 Recylced content (10% post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)
wt of recycled content / overall weight - multiple the percentage by the total cost of the material.
What is the requirement of MR CR. 3.3 Resource reuse (furniture and furnishings)
used salvaged furniture or furnishings for 30% of the total furniture budget
What areas are excluded from this calucation? (for MR credit 3.3)
artwork and interior plants
What is the intent of MR CR. 4.1 Recycled content (10% post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)
increase demand for recycled content materials.
What are the requirements of MR CR. 4.1 Recylced content (10% post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)
use materials, including furniture with recycled content (sum of post-consumer content plus 1/2 of pre-consumer content contitutes 10% or the total value)
What is the CALCULATION of MR CR. 4.1 Recylced content (10% post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)
wt of recycled content / overall weight - multiple the percentage by the total cost of the material.
What components are NOT included in the MR CR. 4.1 Recylced content (10% post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)
Mechanical and electrical. Plumbing products may be used however.
MR Credit 4.2 gives how many points in addition to CR. 4.1?
1 point. for an additional 20% recycled content to the overall value
What is the intent of MR CR. 5.1? Regional Materials
Increase demand for materials within the area.
What are the requirements of MR CR. 5.1? Regional Materials
Minimum of 20% of the combined construction value and Faurniture materials are manufactured regionally.
What does manufacturing refer to in MR CR. 5.1?
Parts come from elsewhere but actual final assembly of piece is on or near the construction site.
What are the potential strategies and technologies of MR CR. 5.1? Regional Materials
establish a project goal and identify suppliers and materials that can meet this goal.
What is the intent of MR CR. 5.2? Regional Materials 10% extracted and manufactured regionally
increase demand for materials to be extracted AND manufactured regionally
What are the requirements of MR CR. 5.2? Regional Materials 10% extracted and manufactured regionally
in addition to cr. 5.1 (you gain 1 pt.) a min. of 10% of the combined value of construction and Div. 12 furishings are harvested/extracted/recovered/or manufactured within 500 miles of the site.
What are some synergies and/or trade offs in MR CR. 5.1? Regional meterials, 20%
Material Values used in MR CR. 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 4.1, 6 and 7 may be also used in these credits.
True or false the reused or salvaged materials that satisfy MR CR 3.1, 3.2 , 3.3 may also contribute to 5.1 and 5.2?
True
What is the intent of MR CR. 6? Rapidly renewable materials
reduce the depletion of finite raw materials by replacing them with rapidly renewing ones.
What are the requirements for MR CR. 6? Rapidly Renewing Materials
Div. 12 materials and products are made from plants that are typically harvested in 10 years or less. for a 5% total value of all building materials used on the project.
What are the potential strategies and technologies for MR CR. 6? Rapidly Renewing Materials
Consider materials such as bamboo flooring, wool, straw board, cotton batt insulation, linoleum, poplar osb, and sun flower seed board, wheatgrass cabinetry and others...
What is the calculation for the LEED submittal for MR CR. 6?
sum of RR Material cost / total project material value
= RR material proportion
What are some synergies and trade-offs for MR CR. 6?
newer products don't have performance history to compare too.

RR materials can also be applied to MR CR 5 and 7.
What is the intent of MR CR. 7? Certified Wood
Encourage forest management
What is the requirements of MR CR. 7? Certified Wood
use a minimum of 50% that are certified in accordance with the forest stewardship council's principles and criteria.
What are potential technologies and strategies of MR CR. 7? Certified Wood
determine project goal and identify suppliers.
What are synergies and trade-offs of MR CR. 7? Certified Wood
certified wood products can be applied to other MR credits if these products comply with the requirements for those creditts.

some FSC certified products contain adhesives that off-gas and may affect infoor air quality.
What is the calculation for the MR CR. 7 Certified wood submittal?
sum of FSC wood material value/sum of total new wood material value = certified wood portion.