A LEED AP has advanced knowledge and can actively work on green building and LEED projects.
In today’s world, it’s more important than ever before to reduce your environmental impact and protect the environment. For some people, environmental protection is of utmost concern. The thought of polluting the air or causing damage to the surrounding environment is unappealing to nearly everyone, but what they may not realize is that certain aspects of their homes and businesses could be having those effects. When you’re going through the construction or renovation process, it’s helpful to know that you can work with someone who understands your desire to lessen your environmental impact.
A Certified LEED AP is an advanced professional (AP) who has completed the Leadership in Energy and Environmental (LEED) design program. This credential signifies expertise in green building principles. In order to become a LEED AP, a contractor must showcase their knowledge of green building projects and their ability to support others as they work on environmentally friendly projects. The standard certification is LEED Green Associate, but a LEED AP has advanced knowledge and is able to actively work on green building and LEED projects with confidence.
If you’re looking for a LEED AP in the Charlotte, North Carolina area, contact us at Gibson Custom Construction. We hold this designation, which proves our commitment to green building principles and reducing environmental impact as much as possible. Our company is proud to be part of the solution when it comes to the environmental impact of construction. If you have questions for us or would like to set up a time to discuss your project, don’t hesitate to contact us.