LEED Recertification is a simple, cost-effective way of verifying and improving performance while enhancing asset values and protecting your investments in sustainability.
Recertification is available to all occupied buildings that have achieved LEED certification — including any version of BD+C and ID+C. Simply use 12 months of performance data as your documentation and earn recertification to the newest version of LEED O+M, valid for 3 years.
The whole process is managed within Arc, a state-of-the-art platform designed to help you collect, manage and benchmark building data so you can improve sustainability performance.
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Start working on your project today:
- Find your project in LEED Online and choose “Recertification” to access your profile in Arc. LEED Canada certified projects must complete this form to qualify for recertification.
- Collect and submit the last 12 months of data across the five performance categories.
- Your performance scores will calculate automatically and determine your LEED points.
- You can continue to work on improving your building’s performance and update your data as often as you need to get improved performance scores and LEED points.
- Submit your project for review and pay the certification fees.
- CAGBC will perform a recertification review and award a maximum of 100 LEED points.
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