565 Space Center Dr

Colorado Springs, CO, USA

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Activites at this building employ the following strategies:

# of Activities
SSc1 Site selection
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Select a project site that is not located on prime farmland, a 100-year FEMA flood zone, endangered species habitat, public parkland, or near wetlands or any other water body.

SSc4.2 Alternative transportation, bicycle storage & changing rooms
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Support building users who bike to the project by providing bike racks, showers and changing rooms for their use.

SSc4.3 Alternative transportation, low-emitting & fuel-efficient vehicles
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Encourage the use of alternative-fuel vehicles (hybrid, electric, CNG, etc) by providing these vehicles for the use of building occupants, installing alternative-fuel refueling stations or offering preferred parking for alternative-fuel vehicles.

SSc6.2 Stormwater design, quality control
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Filter any stormwater leaving the site through the use of continuous deflective separation (CDS) units, vegetated roofs, bioswales, etc.

SSc7.2 Heat island effect, roof
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Select roofing materials that do not absorb and radiate heat.

SSc9 Tenant design and construction guidelines
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Educate tenants about the base building sustainable design and ways tenants might enhance the sustainability of their tenant spaces, including support for earning LEED-CI

EAc1 Optimize energy performance
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Achieve increasing levels of energy performance above the baseline in the prerequisite standard to reduce environmental and economic impacts associated with excessive energy use.

EAc3 Enhanced commissioning
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

performance verification is completed.

EQc1 Outdoor air delivery monitoring
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Provide capacity for ventilation system monitoring to help sustain occupant comfort and well- being.

EAc6 Green power
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Encourage the development and use of grid-source, renewable energy technologies on a net zero pollution basis.

EQc3 Construction IAQ management plan, during construction
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Reduce indoor air quality problems resulting from the construction/renovation process in order to help sustain the comfort and well-being of construction workers and building occupants.

EQc5 Indoor chemical & pollutant source control
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Minimize exposure of building occupants to potentially hazardous particulates and chemical pollutants.

EQc7 Thermal comfort, design
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Provide a comfortable thermal environment that supports the productivity and well-being of building occupants.

IDc2 LEED Accredited Professional
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

project and to streamline the application and certification process.

MRc6 Certified wood
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Encourage environmentally responsible forest management.

EQc6 Controllability of systems, thermal comfort
LEED Core & Shell 2.0

Provide a high level of thermal comfort system control by individual occupants or by specific groups in multi-occupant spaces (i.e. classrooms or conference areas) to promote the productivity, comfort and well-being of building occupants.