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<ul><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What must your erosion control </p><p>plan adhere to? </p><p>GBES 1 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>What is a Phase I </p><p>Environmental Site </p><p>Assessment? </p><p>GBES 2 LEED BD+C </p><p>How is a Phase II Environmental Site </p><p>Assessment more in depth? </p><p>GBES 3 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What are the types of sensitive sites to avoid </p><p>building on? </p><p>GBES 4 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Who defines Prime Farmland? </p><p> GBES 5 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What is the building requirement for projects in </p><p>places without legally adopted flood hazard map? </p><p> GBES 6 </p></li><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>A report prepared for a real </p><p>estate holding that identifies </p><p>potential or existing </p><p>environmental contamination </p><p>liabilities </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 2 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>2003 EPA Construction General </p><p>Permit (or local standards, </p><p>whichever is more stringent) </p><p> product for use by purchaser only 1 </p><p>Copyright GBES - intended for use by purchaser </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>-Prime farmland </p><p>-Flood plain </p><p>-Endangered species habitat </p><p>-Land within 50' (15 meters) of wetlands </p><p>-Land within 100' (30 meters) of a water body </p><p> product for use by purchaser only4 4 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>A further investigation that collects original samples of </p><p>soil, groundwater, or building materials to </p><p>analyze for quantitative </p><p> product for use by purchaser only 3 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Cannot build on a floodplain subject to a 1% or greater chance of flooding in any </p><p>given year </p><p> product for use by purchaser only 6 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>The U.S. Department of Agriculture </p><p> product for use by purchaser only 5 </p></li><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Define Development Footprint </p><p> GBES 7 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>What are the requirements for </p><p>surrounding density? </p><p>GBES 8 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What are the minimum surrounding density </p><p>requirements? </p><p>GBES 9 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What are the requirements for diverse uses? </p><p>GBES 10 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What are the five use categories for diverse uses? </p><p> GBES 11 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What are the distances for Access to Quality Transit? </p><p>GBES 12 </p></li><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Locate on a site whose </p><p>surrounding existing density </p><p>within 1/4 mile (400-meter) </p><p>radius of the project boundary </p><p>meets either the 'separate </p><p>residential and nonresidential </p><p>densities' or 'combined density' </p><p>values. </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 8 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>The total land area of a </p><p>project site covered by </p><p>buildings, streets, parking </p><p>areas, and other typically </p><p>impermeable surfaces </p><p>constructed as part of the </p><p>project </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 7 </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 7 </p><p>Copyright GBES - intended for use by purchaser </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Construct or renovate a building or a space within a </p><p>building such that the buildings main entrance is within a 1/2-mile (800-meter) walking distance of the main entrance of four to seven (1 </p><p>point) or eight or more (2 points) existing and publicly </p><p>available diverse uses </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 10 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>0.5 Non residential density (FAR) and 7 Residential </p><p>density (DU/acre) </p><p>-OR- </p><p>22,000 SF / acre of buildable land combined </p><p>density </p><p> product for use by purchaser only 9 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>1/4 mile (400-meter) walking distance of existing or planned </p><p>bus, streetcar, or rideshare stops, or within a 1/2-mile (800-</p><p>meter) walking distance of existing or planned bus rapid </p><p>transit stops, light or heavy rail stations, commuter rail stations </p><p>or ferry terminals. </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 12 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p> -Food retail </p><p>-Community-serving retail -Services </p><p>-Civic and community facilities </p><p>-Community anchor uses (BD&amp;C and ID&amp;C only) </p><p> product for use by purchaser only 11 </p></li><li><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>Where is Access to Quality </p><p>Transit measured from? </p><p>GBES 13 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>How many bike racks are </p><p>required for a commercial </p><p>building? </p><p>GBES 14 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>How many bike racks are required for residential </p><p>project? </p><p>GBES 15 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>How many shower and changing facilities are </p><p>required for a commercial project? </p><p>GBES 16 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>How do you calculate an FTE? </p><p> GBES 17 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>How many preferred parking spaces are required </p><p>for Green Vehicles? </p><p> GBES 18 </p></li><li><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>Short-term storage for at least </p><p>2.5% of all peak visitors (no </p><p>fewer than 4 spaces per </p><p>building) and long-term storage </p><p>for 5% of all regular building </p><p>occupants (no fewer than 4 </p><p>spaces per building). </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 14 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>A functional entry - a building </p><p>opening designed to be used by </p><p>pedestrians and open during </p><p>regular business hours. It does </p><p>not include any door exclusively </p><p>designated as an emergency exit, </p><p>or a garage door not designed as </p><p>a pedestrian entrance. </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 13 </p><p>Copyright GBES - intended for use by purchaser </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>At least one for the first 100 FTE and one additional for every 150 regular building </p><p>occupants thereafter. </p><p>product for use by purchaser only16 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Short-term storage for at least 2.5% of all peak </p><p>visitors (no fewer than 4 spaces per building) and </p><p>long-term storage for 30% of all regular building </p><p>occupants. </p><p> product for use by purchaser only 15 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Provide preferred parking for green vehicles for 5% of </p><p>the total vehicle parking capacity of the site. </p><p> product for use by purchaser only18 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>An 8-hour occupant has an FTE value of 1.0; a part-time </p><p>occupant has a FTE value based on work hours per day </p><p>divided by 8 </p><p>product for use by purchaser only17 </p></li><li><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>How many EVSE stations must </p><p>be installed for Green Vehicles? </p><p>GBES19 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>How is preferred parking </p><p>defined? </p><p>GBES 20 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>For previously developed or graded sites, how much </p><p>habitat needs to be restored? </p><p> GBES 21 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What is an example of a monoculture planting, which </p><p>would not help with restoring/protecting habitat? </p><p>GBES 22 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What areas can be excluded from the vegetation and soil </p><p>requirements to restore/protect habitat? </p><p> GBES 23 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>For school projects what areas can be excluded from soil restoration criteria to restore/protect habitat? </p><p> GBES 24 </p></li><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>The parking spots closest to </p><p>the main entrance of a </p><p>building (exclusive of spaces </p><p>designated for handicapped </p><p>persons). For employee </p><p>parking, it refers to the spots </p><p>that are closest to the </p><p>entrance used by employees. </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 20 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>2% of all parking spaces </p><p>(preferred parking spaces may </p><p>not be counted). </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 19 </p><p>Copyright GBES - intended for use by purchaser </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Turf grass </p><p>product for use by purchaser only22 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>30% (including the building footprint) of all portions of </p><p>the site </p><p> product for use by purchaser only 21 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Athletic fields </p><p>product for use by purchaser only24 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Vegetated landscape areas that are constructed to </p><p>accommodate rainwater infiltration. </p><p>product for use by purchaser only23 </p></li><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What amount of financial </p><p>support can be provided to </p><p>restore/protect habitat? </p><p>GBES25 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>What are the distance </p><p>limitations when providing </p><p>financial support to </p><p>protect/restore habitat? </p><p>GBES 26 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What should be included in a sustainable landscape </p><p>plan? </p><p> GBES 27 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What are the IESNA lighting zones? </p><p>GBES 28 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>When an organization/agency is providing space for shared use to students, what should </p><p>be included? </p><p> GBES 29 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What slope is important for heat island effect - roof? </p><p> GBES 30 </p></li><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Financial support must be provided to a </p><p>nationally or locally recognized land trust </p><p>or conservation organization within the </p><p>same EPA Level III ecoregion or the </p><p>projects state (or within 100 miles of the </p><p>project [160 kilometers] for projects </p><p>outside the U.S.). For U.S. projects, the </p><p>land trust must be accredited by the </p><p>Land Trust Alliance. </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 26 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>$0.40 / SF ($4 / m2) </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 25 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>LZ0 - Wilderness; LZ1 - Dark (parks, rural areas); LZ2 - Low (residential, light industrial); LZ3 - Medium (commercial, </p><p>industrial, high density residential); LZ4 - High (metro </p><p>areas) </p><p>product for use by purchaser only28 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>List of all plant species, noting whether or not they are </p><p>native/adapted; info about invasive species and pests </p><p>those plants may harbor; best maintenance practices for the chosen plants, and site maps </p><p>showing boudaries for the protected habitat areas </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 27 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>2:12 slope; &gt; means steeped slope and requires an initial SRI of 39 or greater; 2:12 </p></li><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What causes skyglow? </p><p>GBES31 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>For Schools to achieve Site </p><p>Master Plan, how many other </p><p>credits must be met? </p><p>GBES 32 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What is the default gender ratio for indoor water use reduction calculations? </p><p> GBES 33 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What fixtures and fittings must be included in the </p><p>indoor water use reduction calculations? </p><p>GBES 34 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What is the discount parking rate for Green Vehicles? </p><p> GBES 35 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>When can wetlands count as open space? </p><p> GBES 36 </p></li><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>At least 4 of 6 of these credits: </p><p>-LT Credit High Priority Site </p><p>-SS Credit Site Development - Protect or </p><p>Restore Habitat </p><p>-SS Credit Open Space </p><p>-SS Credit Rainwater Management </p><p>-SS Credit Heat Island Reduction </p><p>-SS Credit Light Pollution Reduction </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 32 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>Stray light from unshielded light </p><p>sources and light reflecting off </p><p>surfaces that then enter the </p><p>atmosphere and illuminate and </p><p>reflect off dust, debris, and </p><p>water vapor. </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 31 LEED BD+C </p><p>Water closets, urinals, lavatory faucets, showers, </p><p>kitchen sink faucets, and pre-rinse spray valves </p><p>product for use by purchaser only34 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>1 to 1; i.e. 50/50 male to female </p><p> product for use by purchaser only 33 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Wetlands or naturally designed ponds may count as open space and the side slope gradients average 1:4 (vertical: horizontal) or less </p><p>and are vegetated. </p><p> product for use by purchaser only36 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>20% discount </p><p>product for use by purchaser only35 </p></li><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What are the benefits of </p><p>commissioning? </p><p>GBES37 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>What documents get created </p><p>during fundamental </p><p>commissioning and </p><p>verification? </p><p>GBES 38 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What energy-related systems must be commissioned? </p><p> GBES 39 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What do the Owner's Project Requirements typically </p><p>include? </p><p>GBES 40 LEED BD+C </p><p>What should the Basis of Design include? </p><p> GBES 41 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Process Energy is considered to include, but is </p><p>not limited to what? </p><p>GBES 42 </p></li><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Cx report </p><p>Current facility requirements </p><p>Operations and maintenance </p><p>plan </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 38 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>Reduced Energy Use, Lower </p><p>Operating Costs, Reduced </p><p>Contractor Callbacks, Better </p><p>Building Documentation, </p><p>Improved Occupant </p><p>Productivity, and Verification </p><p>that Systems perform with </p><p>Owner' Project Requirements </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 37 LEED BD+C </p><p>Owner and User Requirements, Environmental </p><p>and Sustainability Goals, Energy Efficiency Goals, </p><p>Indoor Environmental Quality Requirements, Equipment and </p><p>System Expectations, Building Occupant and O&amp;M </p><p>Personnel Requirements. product for use by purchaser only40 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>-Mechanical, including HVAC&amp;R equipment and controls </p><p>-Electrical lighting and daylighting controls </p><p>-Plumbing, including domestic hot water systems </p><p>-Renewable energy systems </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 39 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Miscellaneous Equipment, Computers, Elevators, </p><p>Escalators, Kitchen Cooking &amp; Refrigeration Equipment, Laundry Washing &amp; Drying, Lighting Exempt from Power </p><p>Allowance (e.g., Medical Equipment), and other (e.g., </p><p>Waterfall or Fountain Pumps) </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 42 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Primary Design Assumptions, Standards, &amp; </p><p>Narrative Descriptions </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 41 </p></li><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Regulated or (non-process) </p><p>Energy includes? </p><p>GBES43 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>What generates both electrical </p><p>power and thermal energy from </p><p>a single fuel source? </p><p>GBES 44 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What device is used to regulate humidity and temperature, making </p><p>building systems more energy efficient? </p><p> GBES 45 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What refrigerant management procedure governs reducing annual leakage of CFC-based </p><p>refrigerants to 5% or less? </p><p>GBES 46 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What are the three (3) compliance path options </p><p>described in Optimize Energy Performance (EA </p><p>Prerequisite 2)? </p><p> GBES 47 </p><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>What are the six (6) components of ASHRAE </p><p>90.1? </p><p> GBES 48 </p></li><li><p>LEED BD+C </p><p>Combined Heat and Power </p><p>(CHP) or Cogeneration </p><p>product for use by purchaser only 44 </p><p> LEED BD+C </p><p>Lighting (interior, parking </p><p>garage, surface parking, faade, </p><p>or building grounds) HVAC, </p><p>service water heating for </p><p>domestic or space heating </p><p>purposes. </p><p>product for use by purchaser only...</p></li></ul>

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