With Instagreen you can opt for a LEED certification because of our recyclable, environmentally friendly and innovative products. You can visit the LEED program website for more information.
LEED is for all building types and all building phases including new construction, interior fit-outs, operations and maintenance and core and shell. Unsure of which rating system to use? Check out the rating system selection guidance to make a final decision.
For new construction or major renovations. Includes:
BD+C also includes applications for Schools, Retail, Hospitality, Data Centers, Warehouses & Distribution Centers and Healthcare
For complete interior fit-out projects. Includes:
For existing buildings that are undergoing improvement work or little to no construction. Includes:
For new land development projects or redevelopment projects containing residential uses, nonresidential uses, or a mix. Projects can be at any stage of the development process, from conceptual planning to construction. Includes:
For single family homes, low-rise multi-family (one to three stories) or mid-rise multi-family (four to six stories). Includes:
For entire cities and sub-sections of a city. LEED for Cities projects can measure and manage their city’s water consumption, energy use, waste, transportation and human experience.
LEED recertification is a core step in protecting your building asset. Recertification helps you maintain and improve your building while keeping your sustainability investment in place. Applies to all occupied and in-use projects that have previously achieved certification under LEED – including BD+C and ID+C, regardless of their initial rating system or version.
Available for all LEED projects certified under the BD+C or O+M rating systems or registered to pursue LEED O+M certification. LEED Zero is for projects with net-zero goals in carbon and/or resources.
Projects pursuing LEED certification earn points for various green building strategies across several categories based on the number of points achieved, a project earns one of four LEED rating levels: Certified, Silver, Gold or Platinum. Learn more.