Obtain LEED Certification

Obtain LEED Certification

Envirolink offer Consultancy for LEED Certification in Dubai. LEED Certification is a green building certification program used worldwide.

What is LEED Certification?

LEED Certification is known as-one of the best building rating systems offered by the United-States-Green-Building-Council (USGBC) & Support understand the methods and importance of green-building. United States Green Building Council is the world’s best & very popular institution that give professional certifications in Green Building.

LEED Certification in Dubai gives a system for healthy, carbon, efficient & cost saving green buildings. LEED certification is a worldwide recognized Certification of sustainability achievement and leadership.

LEED Certification in Dubai for Buildings:

LEED Certification is the world’s most extensively used and acknowledged green building grading system. From new construction and interior fit-outs to sustainable operations and maintenance improvements, LEED certification is currently utilised for virtually all building (commercial or residential) and project types. LEED Certification denotes a certification that “creates healthy, highly efficient, cost-saving green buildings,” enhancing environmental performance across the board, from carbon footprint to interior environmental quality.

At present, there are nearly 125,000 commercial buildings in 172 countries around the world that have been granted or are awaiting LEED certification.


Obtain LEED certification in Dubai , UAE may be a time-consuming procedure including highly specific criteria and guidelines, as well as mathematical computations and meticulous documentation.
Here’s a short, easy checklist for building certification that grades green building design and construction using a point system divided into five categories:

✅ Sustainable sites

✅ Water efficiency

✅ Energy and atmosphere

✅ Materials and resources

✅ Indoor environmental quality


  1. All building lighting is controllable to automatically shut-off when no one is in the building/room
  2. LEED Certification support to save energy. By help of LEED Certification Consultant we can save approx. 20% energy in project.
  3. We are using CO2 monitoring in high-volume-spaces to give adequate outside air to ensure optimal indoor air quality
  4. More than 1/2 of all the rain-water that falls on the roof is collected, stored-underground, and used for plant/irrigation. Additionally, we are collecting condensate from the mechanical-equipment and using that for plant/tree/irrigation as well
  5. The project meets ASHRAE 62.1, which gives for boost indoor air quality as compared to a building that just meets code
  6. The building design offer for enhance thermal comfort for occupants by providing individual controls in rooms.
  7. We are using native and drought resistant plant species to minimize irrigation requirement.
  8. Projected water savings exceeds 40% (as compared to merely code compliant building)
  9. The building will be part of the College’s Green Housekeeping initiative to decrease exposure to cleaning chemicals and practices that are potentially harmful to people and the environment.


✓  Decide the LEED certification level you want to achieve.

✓  Select the appropriate LEED rating system using the USGBC’s 40/60 guideline

✓  Begin a LEED-certified project.

✓  To begin your LEED certification, keep in mind that you’ll require to pay a fixed certification cost as well as a registration fee.

These costs might range from $900 to $5,000, depending on the scope of your project and your desired rating type to obtain LEED Certification in Dubai, UAE.

✓  Begin providing information about the credits you earn for your building or project.

✓  Wait for the Green Building Certification Institute (USGBC) to assess your project. This usually takes 30 days to a get a reply.

Value of LEED Certification in Dubai For Building :

The LEED certification consists of an implicit feeling; a way to perceive and understand the world and its country of requirement and limits, where people possess a clear-objective and real responsibility with respect towards the nature.

Why Envirolink: LEED Certification Consultancy is different from other consultancy?

For a more sustainable future, Envirolink is committed to achieve high-performance green buildings for our stakeholders and clients. Envirolink use integrated systems for building design, construction, and maintenance to fulfill the demands of our clients. Our architects, engineers, and consultants work together to provide high-quality outcomes.
Envirolink’s LEED Certification consultant are meticulous when it comes to green building certification, offering customers with a thorough guidance. Throughout the LEED certification process, we provide guidance to our contractors, building owners, and constructors.


👉 Our LEED Certification Consulting in Dubai, UAE includes (but not limited to) .

👉 Integrate BIM technologies and software for cost management throughout the lifespan

👉 Ensure that all of the building’s equipment is operational and efficient.

👉 Streamline the LEED certification documentation procedure.

👉 Provide customers with LEED Certification , Consultancy &  training programs in order to ensure that they have a full grasp of the concepts and practices.

👉 Examine all needed drawings and papers for submission.

👉 Assist clients in understanding and interpreting GBCI reviews and comments by acting as a liaison.

What is LEED Certification?

We also take design guidance from CIBSE guides A, B2 and AM13:200.

In 1989, a forward-thinking, environmentally conscious architect from Kansas City unintentionally started an entire movement around sustainable architecture. That year, Bob Berkebile petitioned the American Institute of Architects (AIA) to study how architects could uphold the integrity of their profession, but still design environmentally responsible buildings that respect the planet — a bold move in 1989. The AIA’s Board of Directors initially frowned upon Berkebile’s proposal, but a small group of like-minded architects backed him up, taking over the AIA’s national convention that year, and unanimously passing the resolution “CPR: Critical Planet Rescue.”

The troupe formed a new committee — the AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) — that would eventually collaborate with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to create new, sustainable architectural design guidelines. A few years later, that committee would evolve into the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), the leading organization that promotes sustainability in building design, construction, and operation. Within a few years, the USGBC would go on to develop Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), the internationally known rating system and symbol for sustainable and environmentally sound buildings.

LEED certification for buildings.

Today, LEED is the most widely used and well recognized green building rating system around the world. LEED certification is now used for practically all building (commercial or residential) and project types – from new construction and interior fit-outs to sustainable operations and maintenance upgrades. It signifies a certification that “creates healthy, highly efficient, cost-saving green buildings,” improving environmental performance from carbon footprint to indoor environmental quality.

There is a LEED certification framework for nearly every project, with a rating system that is grouped into five categories:

LEED certification for buildings.

A private home has even more opportunity to become LEED certified through environmentally sustainable improvements under nine priority categories:

What are the certification levels?

Buildings and homes are awarded up to 110 points, based on the level of sustainable strategies that are achieved – from basic sustainable design to a framework that consumes the least amount of energy possible. The more points achieved, the higher the level of LEED certification, which is comprised of four levels:

What are the certification levels?

Buildings and homes are awarded up to 110 points, based on the level of sustainable strategies that are achieved – from basic sustainable design to a framework that consumes the least amount of energy possible. The more points achieved, the higher the level of LEED certification, which is comprised of four levels:

1. Determine your target LEED certification level.

The USGBC has a LEED rating tool to help you do this: www.usgbc.org/discoverleed

2. Choose the right LEED rating system, based on the 40/60 rule that the USGBC offers for guidance.

3. Start a LEED project.

4. Remember that you’ll be required to pay a flat certification fee as well as a registration fee to begin your LEED certification.

These fees can range from $900 to $5,000, and depend on the size of your project as well as your LEED certification goal.

5. Begin submitting data on credits that you achieve for your building or project.

6. Wait for review by the USGBC’s Green Building Certification Institute.

This process usually takes 20-25 business days.

What are the certification levels?

Once you’ve paid your pre-certification and registration fees, there are certification fees that add up depending on whether you’re getting certified in Design, Construction or both. The current rate is between $0.0014-0.0057 per square foot.

For more information, visit www.usgbc.org/tools/leed-certification/fees.

Learn how to take the exam to get LEED accredited.

If you don’t have a building to certify, but you want to help others take their home or buildings to a new level of sustainability and environmental responsibility, you can. While homes and buildings are LEED certified, people can be individually LEED accredited —an achievement earned by taking a LEED exam to earn one of two different LEED accreditations. LEED accreditations are valid for two years. To maintain accreditation, LEED Green Associates must acquire 15 hours of continuing education every two years, and LEED APs with a specialty must acquire 30 hours. The USGBC celebrated its 25th anniversary two years ago, in 2018. With headquarters in Washington, D.C., 300 employees around the world and chapters in nearly every state and in 70 countries, it has become one of the most well-known and respected environmental sustainability organizations across the globe.

“An advanced professional credential signifying expertise in green building and a LEED rating system.”


“A foundational professional credential signifying core competency in green building principles.”


As the first Major League LEED-certified stadium in the US, Nationals Park has served as a blueprint to what a sustainable stadium can achieve. Home to the Washington Nationals (MLB), the stadium was added to the LEED-certified buildings list in 2008 and recognized for its use of energy efficient lighting, its management of storm water leaving the site due to its proximity to the Anacostia River and its use of recycled materials during construction, among many other factors.

Case Study

At RTS, we design custom solutions to meet the waste goals of even the largest businesses and properties who are achieving or have achieved LEED certification. RTS helped Nationals Park achieve EPA compliance through advanced e-waste diversion and recycling efforts.


Nationals Park sought a service to collect and divert 22,000 lbs. of e-waste in accordance with their high environmental standards to provide several hundred square feet of space needed to properly host the All-Star game.


RTS quickly responded to the e-waste recycling request by leveraging its on-demand capabilities and utilizing its network of local recycling partners allowing operations to focus on event preparation. In partnership with operations, RTS ensured recycling efforts met compliance and zero waste standards. RTS’s technology platform provided transparency, streamlined collection logistics and reported real-time delivery of recycled material.

For more information visit our Nationals Park Case Study.



E-Waste Recycling

11.4 tons of e-waste diverted from landfill.



The dynamics of such a large event demanded a timeline reduction of nearly 30% to complete the project. RTS’s integrated services met the requirements and freed up event space for the All-Star Game festivities.


What is LEED Certification?

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