A LEED on the Competition

June 7, 2007 · by DesignIntelligence

With the heightened interest in green and sustainable design, LEED professional certifications have become a popular tool for succesful AEC firms to distinguish their services from those of less progressive, insightful, or environmentally conscious firms. Green continues to be good.

With the heightened interest in green and sustainable design, LEED professional certifications have become a popular tool for succesful AEC firms to distinguish their services from those of less progressive, insightful, or environmentally conscious firms. Green continues to be good.

HOK
430 LEED APs in North America, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East

LEO A DALY
13 percent of staff are LEED AP

Steed Hammond Paul, Inc.
55 of 105 employees are LEED AP

KlingStubbins
75 LEED AP - 14 percent of 540-person staff

Gensler
563 LEED AP out of a staff of 2,519

HKS, Inc.
13 percent of the staff are LEED AP

**SOM***
107 LEED AP with a total staff of 1,076

STANTEC
250 LEED AP out of 6,500 employees

LS3P Associates, Inc.
11 percent of staff are LEED AP

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