What is LEED®
LEED® (Leadership in Energy Environmental Design) is a voluntary certification system for the management, design and construction of buildings that are sustainable from a social, environmental and economic point of view and in terms of the wellbeing of the users.
Established in the United States in 1993 by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED is now the most widespread building sustainability certification standard in the world. It considers every field that involves the design and management of buildings or neighborhoods, both commercial and residential, new or undergoing requalification.
Isopan insulating panels contribute to satisfying prerequisites and credits under LEED ®.
Energy efficiency and savings are the guiding concepts to Isopan production management as well as our commitment to the research and development of innovative solutions. Our insulating panels for roofs or walls contribute to satisfying prerequisites and credits unfer LEED BD+C (Building Design and Construction) V4 in the following areas: