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The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System encourages and accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and development practices through the creation and implementation of universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria.

As a member of the United States Green Building Council and with multiple LEED Accredited staff members, Four Seasons Environmental, Inc. will help your company or organization assess its viability for LEED certification, as well as help you prepare the necessary documents to become LEED certified.

To help ease the LEED-EB Certification process FSE provides a number of training documents at the following link:

LEED Credits

Four Seasons Environmental, Inc.'s LEED certified projects include the following:
  • WE Credit 3.1 - Water Use Reduction: 20% Reduction

  • EA Prerequisite 1: - Fundamental Commissioning of the Building Energy Systems

  • EA Prerequisite 2: - Minimum Energy Performance

  • EA Prerequisite 3: - Fundamental Refrigerant Management

  • EA Credit 1: - Optimize Energy Performance  

  • EA Credit 3: - Enhanced Commissioning

  • EA Credit 5: - Measurement & Verification

  • EQ Credit 1: - Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring

  • EQ Credit 3.1: - Construction IAQ Management Plan: During Construction

  • EQ Credit 3.2: - Construction IAQ Management Plan: Before Construction

  • EQ Credit 6.1: - Controllability of Systems: Lighting

  • EQ Credit 6.2 - Controllability of Systems: Thermal Comfort

  • EQ Credit 7.1: - Thermal Conflict

  • EQ Credit 7.2: - Thermal Comfort: Verification

  • ID Credit 1-1.4: - Innovation in Design

LEED Experience

Four Seasons Environmental, Inc. helped the following projects receive LEED Certification:

National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Satellite Operations Center - Suitland, Maryland
National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Satellite Operations Center FSE helped the NOAA Satellite Operations Center achieve LEED Gold Certification.

As a member of the building startup and commissioning team, FSE supported the facility’s LEED certification process through regular meetings and developing necessary documentation. Specifically, FSE helped the facility earn LEED points through measurement and verification, commissioning, and project close-out performance testing.
Centers for Disease Control Building #17 - Atlanta, Georgia
Centers for Disease Control Building #17 in Atlanta FSE helped the Centers for Disease Control Building #17, which is the Infectious Disease Building, achieve LEED Certification.