LEED Benefits

LEED guarantees that the planning and construction methods of commercial projects are environmentally sound, energy- and water-efficient, and low emission. Air quality both inside the units and outside the building are tested throughout the building process to ensure adherence to LEED specifications at all stages of development, including during maintenance and operation after the project’s completion. Regardless of the scale of the undertaking, these guidelines provide a strict framework to have the lowest impact possible on the surrounding community and environment.

In addition to environmental benefits, LEED requirements promise energy efficiency and air quality of the highest standard, using the latest in green technologies to bring down costs while increasing the workability and healthfulness of the space.

Benefits | At a Glance


2.2+ million square feet is LEED certified daily. There are over 90k LEED projects.


LEED works for all building types anywhere. LEED is currently in over 165 countries and territories.


LEED buildings save energy, water, and resources. They generate less waste and support human health.


LEED buildings attract tenants, cost less to operate, and boost employee productivity and retention.

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Energy Savings

Bringing in the newest technologies also means that maintenance costs will be lower over the life of the project, so the tools that bring you the best savings in the beginning will continue to provide for years. With reduced energy and water usage, lower maintenance and operation costs, and increased exposure to employees and tenants who value sustainability, LEED guidelines are beneficial for the environment and your bottom line. By focusing on clean technologies, using materials that are locally sourced, and designing projects that provide easy access to public transportation, emissions from commuters are greatly reduced, leading to an increase in air quality in and around the project.