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Points for Concrete in LEED

Using concrete can facilitate the process of obtaining LEED® Green Building certification. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a point rating system devised by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) to evaluate the environmental performance of a building and encourage market transformation towards sustainable design. The system is credit-based, allowing projects to earn points for environmentally friendly actions taken during the construction and use of a building. LEED was launched in an effort to develop a “consensus-based, market-driven rating system to accelerate the development and implementation of green building practices.” The program is not rigidly structured; not every project must meet identical requirements to qualify.

There are numerous LEED rating systems for various project types, including LEED for New Construction, LEED for Schools, LEED for Commercial Interiors, and LEED for Homes.


Five Ways Concrete Helps Build Green

1. Concrete creates sustainable sites.

2. Concrete enhances energy performance.

3. Concrete contains recycled materials.

4. Concrete is manufactured locally.

5. Concrete builds durable structures.

The LEED rating system has five main credit categories:


Advances in concrete, stain and sealant technology have allowed us to expand our services to include environmentally friendly, water-based and water-reducible coatings. We understand that superior products are essential for durability and beautiful results. We use the highest quality materials to assure a dependable and consistent pallet for our creative design base.