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Concrete’s Contribution to LEED v4 Publication Now Available

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NRMCA has published a new entry in the Concrete Sustainability Report series titled CSR11: Concrete’s Contribution to LEED v4 that provides a detailed description of how concrete can contribute toward LEED certification. Because of concrete’s versatility there are many applications where concrete can be used in a building project, from foundation and superstructure to sidewalks and parking lots. That makes concrete unique in that it can contribute to every credit category in LEED v4. This new NRMCA report provides suggestions for earning LEED v4 points through the use of ready mixed concrete products. Examples of how concrete can be used to influence points in LEED are presented and a table summarizing how concrete contributes to each credit is provided. CSR11 is 8 pages and sells for $23 per pack of 20 for members ($27 for non-members).

Click here to order online or call Jacques Jenkins of NRMCA at 888-846-7622, ext. 1165.

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