Approaching a building’s electrical and networking infrastructure strategically can help meet a variety of goals, from energy savings to occupant comfort – and LEED certification.
Fundamental Commissioning and Verification (prerequisite for 2009 and v4): To support the design, construction, and eventual operation of a project that meets the owner's project requirements for energy, water, indoor environmental quality, and durability.
Enhanced Commissioning (v4): To further support the design, construction, and eventual operation of a project that meets the owner's project requirements for energy, water, indoor environmental quality, and durability.
Max. Potential Point(s): 4
Our RackLink™ Power Management System provides integrators with real-time visibility and control over the power distribution and status of any installation from anywhere in the world.
Recycled Content (2009): Increase the use of recycled materials in building products.
Building product disclosure and optimization – sourcing of raw materials (v4): To reward project teams for selecting products verified to have been extracted or sourced in a responsible manner. Use products that contain recycled content for 25% of products by cost.
Our technical furniture is made of 100% post-industrial (pre-consumer) recycled wood residuals (MDF). Point(s): 1
Our metal enclosures and racks are made from recycled steel. Point(s): 1
Regional Materials (2009): Increase the demand for building materials and products that are extracted and manufactured within the region.
Legrand has manufacturers in 8 locations across North America. Our sales representatives can help you determine whether the products you purchase can be considered regional materials.
Construction and Demolition Waste Management (v4): To reduce construction and demolition waste disposed of in landfills and incineration facilities, via Option 2 – Reduction of Total Waste Material.
We can deliver complete rack systems that reduce setup time and unnecessary construction waste. Point(s): 2
Our raceway is cut to specified lengths, electrically prewired, and delivered with minimal on-site waste. Point(s): 2
Material Multi-Attribute Assessment (pilot credit for 2009): To increase the use of products and materials with life-cycles, ingredients and attributes that improve overall environmental, economic and social performance.
Building product disclosure and optimization – environmental product declarations (v4): To encourage the use of products and materials for which life-cycle information is available and that have environmentally, economically and socially preferable life-cycle impacts.
Building product disclosure and optimization – Material Ingredients (v4): To reward project teams for selecting products for which the chemical ingredients in the product are inventoried using an accepted methodology and for selecting products verified to minimize the use and generation of harmful substances.
We provide increased transparency by having our products assessed and verified by PEP ecopassport®, the international reference program for environmental products declarations (EPDs) for the electric, electronic and heating & cooling industries.
Controllability of Systems – lighting EQc6.1 (2009): To provide a high level of lighting system control by individual occupants or groups in multi-occupant spaces.
Interior Lighting (v4): To promote occupants’ productivity, comfort and well-being by providing high-quality lighting.
Max. Potential Point(s) = 2
These products have Light Reflectance Value for their finishes, allowing customers to calculate how surfaces will reflect light and brighten workspaces. Point(s): 1
Legrand's LEED Product Guide showcases the totality of our offering to support your LEED 2009 or LEED v4 new construction project.
View a list of Legrand's LEED professionals. Feel free to reach out directly, based on locations.
Legrand’s LEED professionals offer insights and support on choosing the right products.
Legrand products can collectively contribute up to 33 points in five credit areas to move building projects toward LEED certification.