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These buildings come in many shapes and sizes – but all green

Published Jan 3, 2014 CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER By Nikki Kingery, Projects Editor- Cincinnati Business Courier   Our greenest buildings list includes several large projects for major institutions, such as the Longworth Wing of the Cincinnati Art Museum. But LEED certification doesn’t have to mean big bucks. In fact, the cost of the No. 1 project […]

When it comes to green design, Chuck Lohre takes the LEED

Cincinnati Business Courier’s greenest buildings list includes several large projects for major institutions, such as the Longworth Wing of the Cincinnati Art Museum. But LEED certification doesn’t have to mean big bucks. In fact, the cost of the No. 1 project – Lohre and Associates’ office rehab in Over-the-Rhine – totaled just $9,500.

LEED Certification Documentation for Your Home or Office

By planning ahead you can LEED Certify your home or office for little or no additional expense. At Lohre & Associates, we self documented our own offices to the LEED Platinum level for only $12 per square foot for the complete office makeover including application fees. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGCB), a non-governmental, non-profit agency founded in 1993. LEED has become the most widely accepted Green Building standard.