LEED or Leed may refer to:

  • Low-energy electron diffraction
  • Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, standard for green building design
  • Leed (soft drink)
  • LEED Publishing, a Japanese publishing company of works including work by Go Nagai

Other articles related to "leed":

Midtown Crossing At Turner Park - Green Initiative
... Green Building Council’s LEED (LEED) Pilot Neighborhood Development Certification Program ... LEED is a program that recognizes projects that reduce urban sprawl and enhance the quality of life in their communities ...
Abercorn Common - LEED
... Under the LEED program, Abercorn Plaza was enlarged into a more energy-efficient center ... paints and sealants), the center became LEED silver-certified ... McDonald's became LEED-Gold in September 2006 and is the first LEED McDonald's worldwide ...
Curtis W. Fentress - Sustainability
... of Education Headquarters Building – Block 225 created the largest LEED 2.0 GOLD rated building in the world, which became the second project in the world to achieve LEED EB Platinum in 2006 ... The majority of the firm’s licensed architects are LEED accredited professionals ... More than 60% of Fentress' projects under construction or completed in 2009 were LEED certified or pending certification ...
ARC/Architectural Resources Cambridge, Inc.
... Principals of the Firm Arthur Cohen, FAIA, LEED AP Jeffreys M ... Johnson, AIA, LEED AP Philip L ... Laird, AIA, LEED AP Thomas N ...