Features Pursued for LEED Certification

The Liebman Science Center is working toward LEED Certification. What does it mean to LEED certified? LEED, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a certification program focused primarily on new, commercial-building projects, and based upon a points system. Most importantly, a LEED certification recognizes the effort to make a facility more sustainable, as well as offers the opportunity for potential cost savings over time.

Learn more about MCC’s LEED Certification efforts.

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  • 31%
    Sustainable Sites
  • 60%
    Water Efficiency
  • 43%
    Energy and Atmosphere
  • 50%
    Materials and Resources
  • 87%
    Indoor Environ. Quality
  • 83%
    Innovation and Design Process
  • 50%
    Regional Priority Credits