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Building and development projects are qualified using one of five Built Green checklists, depending on the type of project and are organized into environmentally friendly action categories. Builders, remodelers, architects and developers use the checklists prior to construction to determine which features to include in the home. When construction is complete, builders and their verifiers send a signed copy of the checklist to the Built Green, certifying that the home identified in the application contains the identified features.

Single-Family New Construction Certification Checklist WSEC 2015

Single-family and townhome new construction. This checklist applies to all projects enrolled after 1 August 2017, though it may be used for projects enrolled prior to that date.

Single-Family New Construction Certification Checklist WSEC 2012

Single-family and townhome new construction. To use this checklist, a project must be enrolled by 1 August 2017.

Remodel Certification Checklist

Additions and renovations of existing structures

Multifamily Certification Checklist 2017

Multifamily residential new constructions, such as apartments and condominiums. This checklist applies to all projects enrolled after 1 October 2017, though it may be used for projects enrolled prior to that date.

Multifamily Certification Checklist 2009

Multifamily residential new constructions, such as apartments and condominiums. To use this checklist, a project must be enrolled by 1 October 2017.

Green Communities Certification Checklist

Neighborhoods and developments

Home Refit Certification Checklist

Home remodels

Emerald Star Level Checklist


Handbooks
are available for your reference to guide you through the checklist.

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