Is Failure To Achieve LEED Certification Consequential Damages?


The LEED Certification process can be quite complex, and begs this question: What happen is a project shoots for certification, and fails? What are the damages? Whose on the hook?

These are some intensive questions that can take a life of their own. But this article focuses on one issue in particular about these damages....are these damages consequential damages? Meaning, of course, do consequential damage waivers waive these damage types?

This article explores this question.

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