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LEED-AP-BD+C LEED AP Building Design + Construction (LEED AP BD+C) Questions and Answers

Question # 6

A new commercial building is being designed to use small capacity air handling units. To meet the requirements of the Carbon Dioxide Monitoring strategy in the Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Enhanced Indoor Environmental

Quality Strategies, where would CO2 monitors need to be located?

A.

In each occupied space

B.

In each densely occupied space

C.

In each occupied space and outdoors

D.

In each occupied space over 500 ft2 (46 m2)

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Question # 7

Which of the following items must have safe collection, storage, and disposal for Materials andResources Prerequisite, Storage and Collection of Recyclables?

A.

Food waste

B.

Medical waste

C.

Electronic waste

D.

Landscape waste

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Question # 8

A rectangular office building is located in an extremely humid climate and is shaded by very large adjacent buildings

on all four sides. If the building owner wants to decrease the annual energy cost for operating the building, which of

the following would be the best design approach?

A.

Install glazing with a higher solar heat gain factor

B.

Install photovoltaic panels on the sides of the building

C.

Increase outdoor air intake quantities during summer months

D.

Recover waste energy through exhaust air energy recovery systems

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Question # 9

U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)'s vision for using LEED internationally includes

A.

allowing more stringent credit requirements for countries outside of the U.S. so that all projects can achieve LEED

B.

creating multiple LEED rating systems for different countries

C.

modifying U.S. reference standards, such as ASHRAE 90.1, to be more appropriate for regions outside the U.S.

D.

providing opportunities for alternative compliance paths that meet the unique needs of a particular region

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Question # 10

Water Efficiency Prerequisite, Outdoor Water Use Reduction, Option 2. Reduced Irrigation, requires that a project's landscape water requirement be reduced by what percentage from the calculated baseline for the project site's peak watering month?

A.

20%

B.

25%

C.

30%

D.

40%

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Question # 11

A project team wants to educate the facility manager on the installed building systems to improve Indoor Environmental Quality. They want the facility manager to maintain the systems so that they will continue to function as intended. Which of the following should be provided to the facility manager?

A.

Vendor invoices for mechanical equipment

B.

Preventive maintenance plan for the building

C.

As-built drawings and copies of material submittals

D.

A copy of the credit documentation for the credits that were approved by Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI)

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Question # 12

The Required Breathing Zone Outdoor Airflow Vbz for a new banking facility is 0.120 CFM/ft2 (0.6 L/s/m2). If the team

decides to attempt Increased Ventilation under Option 2 in the Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Enhanced Indoor

Air Quality Strategies, what is the minimum Design Zone Outdoor Airflow?

A.

0.144 CFM/ft2 (0.73 (L/s)/m2)

B.

0.156 CFM/ft2 (0.79 (L/s)/m2)

C.

0.168 CFM/ft2 (0.85 (L/s)/m2)

D.

0.30 CFM/ft2 (1.5 (L/s)/m2)

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Question # 13

Which of the following would be most useful to a school project that is attempting to pursue Water Efficiency Credit, Indoor Water Use Reduction?

A.

A standard garbage disposal

B.

Electronic submeter at the domestic water supply pipe to the building

C.

An open-loop HVAC system that discharges potable cooling water to a nearby lake

D.

Commercial dishwasher that is ENERGY STAR® labeled or performance equivalent

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Question # 14

Which strategy should be employed to improve daylighting when designing a new building?

A.

Increase the building depth

B.

Increase the number of skylights

C.

Increase the height of interior partitions

D.

Decrease the number of exterior light shelves

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Question # 15

Which would contribute to compliance with Sustainable Sites Credit, Open Space?

A.

A mall with an indoor atrium, featuring a reflective roof

B.

A parking lot that serves as the location for a monthly flea market

C.

An intensive vegetated roof, provided the building has at least a 1.0 Floor to Area Ratio (FAR)

D.

A forested area containing nature trails, that also achieves Sustainable Sites Credit, Site Development – Protect or Restore Habitat

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Question # 16

When working on a renovation project, asbestos containing materials have been found on the perimeter walls. When calculating the percentage of building being reused under the Materials and Resources Credit, Building Life-Cycle Impact Reduction, the materials remediated will be

A.

included in the calculation

B.

excluded from the calculation

C.

excluded if the total volume is less than 25% of the building being reused

D.

excluded if the total volume is more than 25% of the building being reused

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Question # 17

In the Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Low-Emitting Materials, what types of products need to be evaluated for

both Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) content of the material and VOC emissions of the material?

A.

Flooring

B.

Furniture

C.

Composite wood

D.

Wet applied products

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Question # 18

A contractor is building a retirement community project. 30% of the building's product costs were derived from reused/salvaged materials or met recycled content criteria. Which of the following credits can the LEED AP submit towards certification?

A.

Materials and Resources Credit, Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Sourcing of Raw Materials

B.

Materials and Resources Prerequisite, Construction and Demolition - Waste Management Planning

C.

Materials and Resources Credit, Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Material Ingredients

D.

Materials and Resources Credit, Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Environmental Product Declarations

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Question # 19

When the LEED AP is applying the Integrative Process to a Building Design and Construction project, which of the following information is required to be present in the Owner's Project Requirements (OPR)?

A.

All applicable codes and standards

B.

Interior finishes related to the project

C.

All project team members and applicable roles

D.

Energy efficiency goals and training requirements

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Question # 20

Which of the following plumbing fixtures apply to the calculations in Water Efficiency Prerequisite, Indoor Water Use Reduction?

A.

Toilets, urinals, pre-rinse spray valves

B.

Toilets, private lavatory faucets, dishwashers

C.

Urinals, public lavatory faucets, kitchen sink faucets

D.

Urinals, showerheads, commercial kitchen filling operations faucets

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Question # 21

An HVAC system consists of an air handler supplying conditioned air (mixture of return air andoutdoor air) to anoffice, corridor, conference room and lobby. For Indoor Environmental Quality Prerequisite, Minimum Indoor AirQuality Performance, the ventilation rate procedure calculations must be based upon what HVAC systemconfiguration?

A.

Single-zone system

B.

Multiple-zone system

C.

Mixed-mode system

D.

100% outdoor air system

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Question # 22

The Sustainable Sites Credit, Heat Island Reduction takes into account both new and three-year aged Solar Reflectance Index (SRI) values for roofing material because

A.

SRI generally increases with age

B.

SRI generally decreases with age

C.

SRI generally remains the same with age

D.

SRI generally does not impact the Heat Island Effect

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Question # 23

Which site preparation and construction method contributes to earning the Materials and Resources Credit, Construction and Demolition Waste Management?

A.

Reuse excavated soil and land-clearing debris

B.

Implement in situ soil remediation and post removal of the existing concrete pavement

C.

Salvage and recycle 50% of the existing materials (based on volume) generated during site demolition for three material streams

D.

Ensure reduction of pollution from construction activities by using airborne dust generation capture systems

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Question # 24

A design team is working on a hospital project. In order to meet the Energy and Atmosphere Prerequisite, Minimum

Energy Performance, what option is used?

A.

Whole building simulation

B.

EPA target finder rating tool

C.

Green-e Energy

D.

Advanced building core performance guide

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Question # 25

In order for a product to contribute to Materials and Resources Credit, Building Product Disclosure and Optimization, Environmental Product Declarations, Option 1. Environmental Product Declaration, the product needs to be

A.

Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified

B.

cradle-to-cradle certified

C.

third-party verified in a Corporate Sustainability Report (CSR)

D.

critically reviewed life-cycle assessment conforming to ISO 14044

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Question # 26

When considering the Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Thermal Comfort, what is the minimum percentage of building occupants that must have individual comfort controls?

A.

10%

B.

25%

C.

50%

D.

75%

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Question # 27

A facility manager cleaning highly reflective paving material is

A.

unnecessarily wasting water

B.

reducing the heat island effect

C.

increasing the heat island effect

D.

lowering the Solar Reflectance Index (SRI)

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Question # 28

In the step-by-step guidance for Location and Transportation Credit, Bicycle Facilities, which of the following requirements can define a bicycle network?

A.

One-way streets

B.

Bike share

C.

Slow speed roadways

D.

Traffic lights

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Question # 29

Which individual occupant lighting control meets the requirements of Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Interior Lighting?

A.

Two Level (on, off)

B.

Three Level (on, 25%, off)

C.

Three Level (on, 50%, off)

D.

Three Level (on, 75%, off)

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Question # 30

A project team is using the whole building simulation model to quantify the percentage of energy savings for the project. Which of the following should remain the same for both the baseline building and the proposed building?

A.

Building operating schedule and occupancy hours

B.

Building operating schedule and total window area

C.

Building envelope construction and occupancy hours

D.

Total window area and building envelope construction

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Question # 31

During a design charrette, community neighbors raise a concern about potential glare resulting from a project's highlyreflective roof. Which option should the LEED AP recommend to best address these concerns?

A.

Install a vegetative roofing system

B.

Change the design to reduce the amount of roofing area

C.

Change the roofing material to a dark material to eliminate the issue

D.

Increase the parapet height

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Question # 32

Which of the following variables must be included in the calculations for Indoor Environmental Quality Credit. Quality Views?

A.

Ceiling heights

B.

Building furniture

C.

Movable partitions

D.

Permanent interior obstructions

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Question # 33

What is the definition of the evapotranspiration rate?

A.

Evaporation of onsite reuse water

B.

Percentage of potable water usage for irrigation

C.

Water loss from evaporation in micro irrigation systems

D.

Amount of water loss in a vegetated surface in units of water depth

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Question # 34

What are the three phases within the Integrative Process Credit, Integrative Process?

A.

Pre-design, Discovery, Design and Construction

B.

Discovery, Design and Construction, Operations and Feedback

C.

Schematic Design, Design and Construction, Operations and Feedback

D.

Design Charrette, Schematic Design, Operations and Feedback

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Question # 35

A project team is deciding on the impact of a proposed concrete walkway. Which of the following will be impacted as a result of adding the walkway?

A.

Site's impervious cover

B.

Project density calculations

C.

Erosion and sediment control plan during construction

D.

Air quality as a result of off gassing that occurs as concrete cures

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Question # 36

What is the minimum gross floor area required for a Building Design and Construction project to be eligible for

certification?

A.

250 ft2 (23 m2)

B.

500 ft2 (46 m2)

C.

750 ft2 (70 m2)

D.

1000 ft2 (93 m2)

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Question # 37

The project team wants to modify the design of an office building copy room to minimize the risk of airborne contamination to the surrounding space. The design includes a separate exhaust, but due to design constraints the partition walls of the room cannot run deck-to-deck. What can the team do to achieve Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies?

A.

Use MERV 8 (F5), or higher, filters

B.

Provide a hard-lid ceiling

C.

Create positive pressure in the room

D.

Provide a large opening to dilute air contaminates

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Question # 38

Based on the results of a six-hour waste stream study, the project team for a retail project plans to provide dedicated areas for four easily recyclable waste streams: cardboard, plastic, metal and paper. The project is open to the public 10 hours a day, six days a week. Which of the following actions should be the project team's top priority in order to demonstrate the minimum requirements to achieve Materials and Resources Prerequisite,

Storage and Collection of Recyclables?

A.

Take appropriate measures for the safe collection, storage and disposal of batteries

B.

Make a waste stream projection for the entire year based on the six hours of the waste stream study

C.

Make a waste stream projection for the entire week, based on the six hours of the waste stream study

D.

Extend the waste stream study to cover a representative time period of a minimum of 24 hours to identify the top five recyclable waste streams

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Question # 39

Discussing the project goals to help identify the credits and options that the team should attempt is an example of

A.

documenting LEED credits

B.

creating the Basis of Design (BOD)

C.

developing the LEED Scorecard

D.

implementing the Commissioning (Cx) Plan

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Question # 40

Which of the following project types is required to consider the perimeter floor area instead of the regularly occupied floor area under the Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Daylight calculations?

A.

Retail

B.

Schools

C.

Healthcare

D.

Core and Shell

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Question # 41

According to the Integrative Process Credit, the discovery phase of energy-related systems should identify

A.

ventilation rates

B.

functional performance tests

C.

thermal comfort ranges

D.

transportation options

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Question # 42

Large commercial buildings are most often dominated by

A.

internal loads

B.

lighting loads

C.

external loads

D.

envelope loads

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Question # 43

Which system is eligible for the Energy and Atmosphere Credit, Renewable Energy Production?

A.

Ground-source heat pumps

B.

Tidal-based electrical production

C.

Municipal solid waste combustion

D.

Passive solar and daylighting strategies

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Question # 44

The required minimum scope of analysis for a product-specific declaration that contributes toward Materials and Resources Credit, Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Environmental Product Declarations, Option 1. Environmental Product Declaration is

A.

gate-to-gate

B.

cradle-to-gate

C.

cradle-to-grave

D.

cradle-to-cradle

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Question # 45

A downtown office building is unable to construct dedicated parking for its occupants. However, the building developer has partnered with a parking garage to offer discounted parking for its occupants. If the discounted parking rate is $450 per month, how much must the rate be for green vehicles for the building to receive one point for Location and Transportation Credit, Green Vehicles?

A.

$90

B.

$225

C.

$360

D.

$405

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Question # 46

According to the Integrative Process Credit, Integrative Process, the goal-setting workshop should identify

A.

potential project sites

B.

targeted LEED credits

C.

expected water demand

D.

expected energy demand

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Question # 47

What reference standard is used to determine compliance with the Energy and Atmosphere Prerequisite, Minimum Energy Performance when the whole building energy modeling option is used?

A.

ASHRAE 55-2010

B.

ASHRAE 90.1-2007

C.

ASHRAE 90.1-2010

D.

ASHRAE 62.1-2010

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Question # 48

The owner of a large multi-building property is seeking LEED certification. In determining the LEED project boundaries the LEED AP may include non-contiguous parcels of land if

A.

the parcels are used for temporary uses such as parking or staging that is owned and managed by a third party

B.

the parcels directly support or are associated with normal building operations and are accessible to the project's occupants

C.

the parcels are part of an existing public preservation easement or resource protection area that is directly adjacent to the LEED project boundary

D.

the parcels are part of a land trust or conservation organization for which the LEED project provides financial support for in the Sustainable Sites Credit, Site Development Credit, Protect or Restore Habitat, Option 2. Financial Support

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Question # 49

An existing vacant office building will be completely renovated and new mechanical, electrical and plumbingsystems will be installed. 20% of the building's gross floor area will be complete at the time of certification. Therewill be a data center and some retail stores on the ground floor of the building at a future date. Which rating systemis applicable for the building?

A.

LEED BD+C: Retail

B.

LEED BD+C: Data Centers

C.

LEED BD+C: Core & Shell Development

D.

LEED BD+C: New Construction & Major Renovation

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Question # 50

The WaterSense label or local equivalent requirement in Water Efficiency Prerequisite, Indoor Water Use Reduction ensures that eligible newly installed plumbing fixtures will

A.

be advertised as LEED compliant

B.

be both water efficient and high performing

C.

comply with mandatory federal government regulations

D.

comply with all international plumbing system requirements

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Question # 51

A LEED AP is evaluating whether Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Acoustic Performance is feasible for a LEED

AP Building Design and Construction: Healthcare project. Which of the following groups of documents would best inform this decision?

A.

Airport flyover maps, mechanical plans, wall sections

B.

Patient records, wall sections, ceiling panel cut sheets

C.

Occupancy statistics, patient records, MRI machine specifications

D.

MRI machine specifications, mechanical plans, occupancy statistics

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Question # 52

A LEED Building Design and Construction: New Construction office building's HVAC system includes hot water from a central utility plant. The central utility plant is owned and operated by a management company. The office pays a flat fee for hot water, included as part of the leas. The management company does not meter or invoice for actual hot water consumption. For the project to meet the requirements for Energy and Atmosphere Prerequisite, Building-Level

Energy Metering, an energy meter must be installed for

A.

natural gas

B.

hot water at the main service point

C.

nothing, because the flat fee is included as part of the lease

D.

nothing, because the energy source is outside of the project's scope

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Question # 53

Plug-in task lighting will be utilized in a LEED project at all workstations. The task lighting is not included in the installed lighting power calculations for Energy and Atmosphere Prerequisite, Minimum Energy Performance since

A.

it is being covered by Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Interior Lighting, Option 1. Lighting Control

B.

it is specifically exempted by ASHRAE

C.

it will be installed by the owner

D.

the lamp wattage has not been determined

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Question # 54

The Solar Reflectance Index (SRI) includes the measure of a material's

A.

color (shade of gray)

B.

ability to reflect solar radiation

C.

ability to absorb solar radiation

D.

ability to reflect thermal radiation

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Question # 55

What stage of LEED for Neighborhood Development certification listed below is eligible for points under Building Design and Construction: New Construction, Location and Transportation Credit, LEED for Neighborhood Development Location?

A.

LEED v4, LEED for Neighborhood Development Conditional Approval

B.

LEED for Neighborhood Development Pilot, Stage 3 LEED for Neighborhood Development Certified Project

C.

LEED for Neighborhood Development Pilot, Stage 1 LEED for Neighborhood Development Pre-reviewed Plan

D.

LEED 2009, Stage 1 Conditional Approval of LEED for Neighborhood Development Plan

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Question # 56

Several Materials and Resources credits give a bonus location valuation factor, which allows products extracted,

manufactured and produced within 100 mi. (161 km) of the project to take double valuation in credit calculations. The

intent of this bonus is

A.

to shorten construction duration by reducing shipping times

B.

to avoid spreading products with potentially invasive non-native pests

C.

to incentivize the purchase of products that support the local economy

D.

to promote design with indigenous materials in order to maintain local aesthetic quality

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Question # 57

The project landscape architect suggests reducing the area planned for surface parking and replacing it with additional vegetated space. What benefit would this strategy provide to the owner?

A.

Increases the rainwater infiltration capacity

B.

Decreases the amount of bicycle parking that must be provided

C.

Increases the overall SR (solar reflectance) of the hardscape area

D.

Decreases the required amount of on-street parking that must be provided

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Question # 58

A LEED Building Design and Construction project includes an outdoor stage for theatrical performances. In pursuit of Sustainable Sites Credit, Light Pollution Reduction the engineer has specified an LED fixture to illuminate actors on the stage while limiting light pollution. Which of the following suggestions should the LEED AP give to the project owner?

A.

Modify the design to enclose the performance areas

B.

Calculate the return on investment over the 20-year life of the project

C.

Compare the energy consumption against an alternative

D.

Inform the owner that the LED fixture is exempt from Sustainable Sites Credit, Light Pollution Reduction

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Question # 59

A project is designed to remodel an existing warehouse into multi-family housing. The exterior facade of the warehouse will remain, but 40% of the interior will be demolished and replaced for interior new construction. New materials will be used for the new construction. To achieve points in the Materials and Resources Credit, Building Life-Cycle Impact Reduction, which credit path option would apply?

A.

Historic Building Reuse

B.

Building and Material Reuse

C.

Whole-Building Life-Cycle Assessment

D.

Renovation of Abandoned or Blighted Building

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Question # 60

What is the best strategy for a LEED AP to suggest in order to quantify the impact of increasing the window-to-wall ratio on a Building Design and Construction project?

A.

Compare the current project to other similar projects

B.

Monitor the HVAC loads throughout the life of the project

C.

Perform a simple box energy model before the completion of the schematic phase

D.

Review Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI)'s comments on the energy model submission

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Question # 61

What LEED Building Design and Construction project type should exclude weekend transit service from the transit service level calculations for Location and Transportation Credit, Access to Quality Transit, if the project occupants do not commute to the building during weekends?

A.

Schools

B.

Data centers

C.

Hospitality

D.

Warehouses and distribution centers

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Question # 62

In the energy modeling of a building envelope, which of the following U-values should be considered as an assembly U-value?

A.

Wall

B.

Steel

C.

Glass

D.

Concrete

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Question # 63

Which of the following products are eligible for a WaterSense label?

A.

Tankless toilets

B.

Waterless urinals

C.

Public lavatory faucets

D.

Private lavatory faucets

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Question # 64

For an emergency care facility project, which of the following credits can be achieved if the total cost of

permanently installed products are 25% cradle-to-cradle V3 Gold and 25% GreenScreen List Translator?

A.

Materials and Resources Credit, Building Life-Cycle Impact Reduction, Option 3. Building and Material Reuse

& Innovation Credit, Innovation, Exemplary Performance

B.

Materials and Resources Credit, Furniture and Medical Furnishing, Option 3. Multi-Attribute Assessment of

Products & Innovation Credit, Innovation, Exemplary Performance

C.

Materials and Resources Credit, Building Product Disclosure and Optimization, Material Ingredients, Option 2.

Material Ingredient Optimization & Innovation Credit, Innovation, Exemplary Performance

D.

Materials and Resources Credit, Furniture and Medical Furnishings, Option 3. Multi-Attribute Assessment of

Products & Materials and Resources Credit, Building Product Disclosure and Optimization, Material Ingredients, Option 2. Material Ingredient Optimization

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Question # 65

What percentage of a building's surface area may be excluded from the calculation for Materials and ResourcesCredit, Building Life-Cycle Impact Reduction, Option 2. Renovation of Abandoned or Blighted Buildings because ofdeterioration or damage when maintaining existing building structure, enclosure and interior structural elements?

A.

5%

B.

10%

C.

25%

D.

50%

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Question # 66

An owner has requested that the project team redesign a large office building. As part of the redesign, the owner would like to move the main entrance to the opposite side of the building. Achievement of which credit may be affected by the move?

A.

Location and Transportation Credit, High-Priority Site

B.

Location and Transportation Credit, Sensitive Land Protection

C.

Location and Transportation Credit, Surrounding Density and Diverse Uses

D.

Location and Transportation Credit, LEED for Neighborhood Development Location

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Question # 67

Which of the following projects is eligible to pursue the Energy and Atmosphere Prerequisite,Minimum Energy Performance, Option 2. Prescriptive Compliance: ASHRAE 50% Advanced Energy Design Guide?

A.

50,000 ft2 (4 645 m2) office project

B.

80,000 ft2 (7 432 m2) hospital project

C.

110,000 ft2 (10 219 m2) school project

D.

140,000 ft2 (13 006 m2) retail project

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Question # 68

Which of the following buildings meets the Minimum Program Requirements for LEED certification?

A.

A 1,500 ft2 (139 m2) Tourism Center located on a previously undeveloped one-acre site

B.

A 20,000 ft2 (1 859 m2) Transit Parking Garage located on a previously developed five-acre site

C.

A 2,500 ft2 (232 m2) mobile Health Clinic located on a previously constructed above-water dock

D.

A 5,000 ft2 (465 m2) Science Education center on an above-water pier that is being built specifically for the Education center

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Question # 69

The contractor has submitted waste hauling reports for review in order to achieve Materials and Resources Credit, Construction and Demolition Waste Management. Which of the following materials on the documentation contribute towards the credit?

A.

Excavated soil

B.

Wood derived fuel

C.

Items sent to the local incinerator

D.

Alternate Daily Cover

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