As a result of the integration of applied efforts between students, faculty and staff, CUA LEED Lab has inspired many students to pursue LEED AP O&M Credentials, and to launch their own campus projects which benefit the campus infrastructure, such as
Student Anna Rickert details to the colleagues Project Documentation for Location and Transportation.
Members of USGBC sit with students to discuss the action plan for certification at the first Planning Charrette for The Crough School LEED Project.
Patricia Andrasik and Melissa Decatur brainstorm egress and potential site boundaries around Crough Center.
Integrated Diagnostic Process
Much like the Integrated Design Process, the Integrated Diagnostic Process is a process of analysis in which multiple disciplines and seemingly unrelated aspects of analyzing an existing building are integrated in a manner that permits synergistic benefits to be realized.
In order to bring this integrated diagnostic process full circle, Leedlab partnered with USGBC Center for Green Schools, consultants who volunteered their services, and the Administration and Facilities Departments at the Catholic University of America.
LEED®—an acronym for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design™—is a registered trademark of the U.S. Green Building Council®. The U.S. Green Building Council's LEED® green building program is the preeminent program for the design, construction, maintenance and operations of high-performance green buildings. Learn more at usgbc.org/LEED.