Green Building Update - March 10, 2011


In This Issue:

Top 10 -- LEED square feet per capita; GREEN BUILDING FOCUS - GE's survey: tenants value green building qualities, and Report: role of A/E in green building; 2010 High-Performance Building Awards; CA's new web-based energy-efficiency program; SF's green law; a national model?; Stockton may pass voluntary green building law; Webinar on indoor air quality; Energy modeling poised for growth; GREEN BUILDING PROJECTS - Santa Cruz Bank earns LEED Gold, CA Marine Corps' LEED Platinum barracks, NY State Parks building earns LEED Platinum, Washington market earnsLEED Platinum, and 2000th NAHB green certification.

Top 10 -- LEED square feet per capita

USGBC - Mar 2

The LEED square feet/per capita (sf/pc) top 10 list is (1) District of Columbia: 25.15 sf/pc; (2) Nevada: 10.92 sf/pc; (3) New Mexico: 6.35 sf/pc; (4) New Hampshire: 4.49 sf/pc; (5) Oregon: 4.07 sf/pc; (6) South Carolina: 3.19 sf/pc; (7) Washington: 3.16 sf/pc; (8) Illinois: 3.09 sf/pc; (9) Arkansas: 2.9 sf/pc; and (10) Colorado: 2.85 sf/pc.

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