B & I's President and Vice President are both LEED certified -- Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design -- a professional credential that signifies our leadership in the ﬁeld and an active participant in the green building movement. With new jobs specifying the need for green building expertise, the LEED professional credential shows a clear commitment to professional growth, while underscoring our value to LEED project teams and sustainability-focused organizations.
What is LEED?
LEED is a certification system for green building, acknowledged internationally for both residential and commercial buildings. LEED offers third-party verification that buildings and communities are built to improve their operations regarding:
- Use of Energy
- Use of Water
- Decrease of CO2 Emissions
- Increase of Quality of Indoor Environment
- Management of Resources
- Supervision of the Impacts
Read more about LEED and why the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) developed it.
Provided by LEED, this certification is an independent, third-party confirmation that the highest green building and performance measurements have been met. Receiving a LEED certification is beneficial both environmentally and financially.
Learn more about the benefits of buildings that are LEED certified. Soon you can view some of our LEED Green work portfolio of images below.