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Do you need an Engineering Degree to become LEED Certified?

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Thu, 2015-07-09 15:13

This was an interesting question that was emailed into us about getting LEED Certification. The answer, of course, is that a person does not need to be an engineer or have an engineering degree. Similarly, a person does not need to be an architect, a lawyer, a designer, a builder, a developer, or a contractor. The LEED exam is for anyone interested in learning how to make our society’s livable spaces more sustainable.

I think most people confuse LEED with an architectural standard. However, it really is more than that, and it affects everyone in the building industry.

LEEDS Certification vs. LEED Certification

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Fri, 2018-04-20 12:58
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The first part of my title above is not a typo. Many people say LEEDS Certification when referring to the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design rating system for green buildings. Many folks search for LEEDS, LEEDS AP, or LEEDS Certification in Google. When I first started hearing this, I thought it was just a Southern California thing or maybe even just a Los Angeles or Orange County thing, but now I’m hearing people from New York and Texas say LEEDS instead of LEED.  Read more: LEEDS Certification vs. LEED Certification »