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Are You Ready for the New LEED v4 Standard?

Green ESD Flooring

Green ESD FlooringAt StaticStop, we work to keep our customers informed of the latest news of conductive floor tile and our green certifications. In the past, we’ve discussed our contributions to LEED points for your building projects and what LEED points mean for you. Though it is simply explained that these Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design points are a rating system created by the United States Green Building Council to assess the performance of a building based on environmental variables, regulations are continuously changing. And for that, we want you to be prepared for the new LEED v4 Standard, which takes effect after October 31, 2016.

As LEED has become a standard practice in building construction, design, and continued sustainability, it has had to adapt to the ever-changing needs of the market place. In order to support these various construction areas, LEED v4 takes into consideration a new set of standards for categories like sustainable sites, location and transportation, energy and atmosphere, indoor environmental quality, innovation, and materials and resources.

Under these changes, many building-types will be included. Schools, retail, data centers, warehouses and distribution centers, hospitality, and healthcare all fall under these requirements for their future endeavors involving LEED points and certification.

Luckily, StaticStop works strategically to adhere to the specifications of these LEED credits and MAS Certified Green® requirements. This means, as your construction projects adjust to these various and strict requests to remain “green”, you will save yourself the stress and concern of finding great commercial, conductive floor tiles for your ESD spaces. Not only are we created to fit a business’ needs, we strive to improve our environment one job at a time.

With more questions about our flooring options and LEED points, please contact our experts today by calling us at (508) 583-3200.