By Stephen Muzzy, Programs Manager

Massachusetts earned fifth place in our annual Top 10 list.
The results are in! All of the states that make up our Top 10 list have done an extraordinary job promoting LEED and making sustainable solutions a priority.  

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“The USGBC Massachusetts Chapter is proud to represent the high-achieving professionals of the green building industry who have worked hard to make Massachusetts a leader in the creation of LEED-certified space,” said Grey Lee, executive director USGBC Massachusetts Chapter.
Massachusetts certified 99 projects representing 14,662,950 square feet of real estate, or 2.2 square feet per resident, in 2014.
A sample of notable projects that certified in Massachusetts in 2014 includes:

Unitarian Universalist Association new Headquarters in Boston, LEED Platinum
Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s 130 Brookline Street in Cambridge, LEED Gold
Athol Public Library in Athol, LEED Platinum
Harvard Law School Gannett House in Boston, LEED Gold

Take a second to congratulate yourself, your colleagues, your legislators, and your friends on a job well done! Want to share the good news? Use the hashtag #Top10LEED on Twitter and Facebook.

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