LEED-Gold Summary
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The James Learning Center was awarded a LEED-Gold certification in February 2008, making it the first LEED certified building in Prescott Arizona, as well as the first LEED-Gold facility in Yavapai County. Below is a summary of the credits earned in each of the six LEED categories.
Erosion & Sedimentation Control
Site Selection
Alternative Transportation- Bicycle Support
Alternative Transportation- Carpooling
Open Space Protection & Restoration
Reduced Development Footprint
Heat Island Reduction
Light Pollution Reduction
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SUSTAINABLE SITES

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MATERIALS & RESOURCES

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Storage & Collection of Recyclables
Construction Waste Diversion 50%
Construction Waste Diversion 75%
Local & Regional Materials
Minimum IAQ Performance
Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control
Ventilation Effectiveness
Low-Emitting Adhesives & Sealants
Low-Emitting Paints & Stains
Low-Emitting Composite Woods
Controllability of Systems
Daylight- 75% of Spaces
Views- 90% of Spaces
INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

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WATER EFFICIENCY

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Water Efficient Landscaping
Innovative Wastewater Technologies
Water Use Reduction
Fundamental Building Commissioning
Minimum Energy Performance
CFC Reduction in HVAC & R Equipment
Optimized Energy Performance 10% to 60%
Renewable Energy 5%
Renewable Energy 10%
Renewable Energy 20%
Ozone Depletion
ENERGY & ATMOSPHERE

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INNOVATION IN DESIGN

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Sustainable Education Program
Green Maintenance Policies
Exceed Renewable Energy (40% +)
Exceed Energy Performance (65% +)
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