A PICTURE PAINTS A THOUSAND WORDS.
Spartan Architectural 3D is a master piece.
Spartan is able to use simple what you see is what we build -building plans. Using modern architectural software and CAD systems for energy use simulation, is the best way to communicate to our clients and third party LEED inspectors, that we are innovative, we collaborate and we have modern computer and home automation networks, that manage the whole building to report to building owners the energy burned, and water used, which can be used to submit to LEED, to maintaine your buildings drivers license.
This automatically earns the points for LEED as part of the submitted plan using the 3D technology.
Creating this logical easy to see end result, makes teams work to meet project definitions, and there is never a doubt what needs to be done.
Spartan LEED teams create the LEED design-build details, and we have NEW great way to reviewing and submitting for LEED conformance.
THE PRELIMINARY LEED SCORECARD IN SPARTAN BUILDING CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.
One of the best ways to guide a design and construction team as to which credits should be pursued is to provide a preliminary LEED Scorecard in the contract documents. This is normally included in the LEED section called Sustainable Design Requirement with stated goals for example, to reduce the annual energy costs by more than 30%.
This scorecard should state which credits or credit options the project must (and, in some instances, must not) pursue.
On the way to the Spartan project LEED certification outcome, Spartan will present an Internet Video Conference between all parties, provide a LEED scorecard review by the client and Spartan team, and the document becomes the final document captured digitally that will be ultimately submitted to LEED officials for final certification.
Though the LEED certification fees paid to the GBCI are small in comparison to other project costs, it is part of the building costs and are separate to building. It’s like getting a driver’s license. Spartan clients pay these fees and the building maintains the license for the life of the building.
LEED PLAQUE -THE FINAL FRONTIER
The LEED designation stays with the home perpetually if all the systems are working properly and the occupants stay satisfied with the building as designed and maintained.