LEED EBOM Gold Again Brought Home to OCCC

The Orange County Convention Center (OCCC), recently re-certified its 3 million sq ft north-south building as LEED EBOM Gold.

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) first awarded the building’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification in 2013. Because the building had already been constructed, the specific certification was LEED Gold for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance (EBOM)[1].

The 2018 recertification team included professionals from the convention center, TLC Engineering, and ecoPreserve:

  • Jeff Benavides (ecoPreserve)
  • Andrea Cardona (OCCC)
  • Hector Clemente (OCCC)
  • Kathrine Diamond (OCCC)
  • Mital Hall (ecoPreserve)
  • John Roberts (OCCC)
  • Kristy Walson (TLC Engineering)

OCCC is the second largest facility of its kind in the United States.

[1] OCCC on Facebook

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Alexa Stone
LEED AP, Sustainable Facility Professional, Envision Sustainability Professional - - Alexa has more than 25 years of experience in sustainable and Smart Cities development. Her strategic planning work has served local, state, and federal government, higher education, and private industry. Alexa founded ecoPreserve in 2009 as a team of 3 and has grown the company to over a dozen of the brightest sustainability and project management professionals in the industry.
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