Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is the rating system of Green Building Rating System developed by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).
The Green Building process of LEED integrates design, construction and operations of the project with a focus on energy efficiency, water efficiency, usage of recyclable and regional materials, improving indoor environmental quality and optimising day light. Conserve undertakes complete facilitation for pre-certification and certification from USGBC. Conserve provides exhaustive consulting services addressing new buildings, renovated buildings, interior design, existing building’s operations and maintenance, neighbourhood development and sustainable homes.
It has 4 levels of certification, each level defined by the number of points earned on a scale of 100. The least level is termed certified scoring 40-49 points, progressing to silver scoring 50-59 points, gold scoring 60-79 points and platinum scoring above 80 points.