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Owners are important advocates for sustainably designed and constructed projects. Their decision to incorporate sustainable elements can increase return-on-investment and benefit end users. And, a successful sustainable project depends on several considerations, such as identifying a sustainable objective, establishing responsibility for services that project participants will provide, navigating project registration and certifying authority documentation, and understanding warranties and guarantees.
View this webinar with industry experts to understand a clear path for owners to follow to successfully design and construct a sustainable project.
E204-2017 Sustainable Projects Exhibit , has been developed for use on a wide variety of sustainable projects, including those in which the Sustainable Objective includes obtaining a Sustainability Certification, such as LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), or those in which the Sustainable Objective is based on incorporation of performance-based sustainable design or construction elements. E204–2017 addresses the risks, responsibilities and opportunities unique to projects involving substantial elements of sustainable design and construction (sustainable projects). E204–2017 is not a stand-alone document, but is intended to be attached as an exhibit to an existing agreement on a project that includes a Sustainable Objective. E204–2017 is intended to replace the Sustainable Projects documents included in the Conventional (A201) family of AIA Contract Documents.