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LEED WITH

LEGRAND
BUILD SUSTAINABILITY IN
LEED 2009 AND V4:
NEW CONSTRUCTION

October 2016

designed to be better.TM
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High Performance Buildings in the Market
The LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental
Design) Rating System and certification program,
developed by the U.S. Green Building Council,
is the most prominent pathway for the design,
construction, and operation of high performance
sustainable buildings in the market today.

This credit-based rating system awards points for


a project’s ability to meet specific criteria, such as
energy reduction and use of materials with recycled
content. The number of points earned determines
the certification level of the project: Certified, Silver,
Gold, or Platinum. Manufacturers play an important
role in the ability of projects to achieve these
points by developing and supplying products that
contribute to the intent of the credits. At Legrand,
we continuously strive to understand and meet our
customer’s demand for high performance buildings.

The Building Owner’s Choice


LEED certification is achieved by earning credits. Building
owners have many choices when purchasing products that
contribute to certification. Some may be a more apparent choice
than others. Electrical and networking infrastructure products
are among those that can contribute towards certification, but
are largely overlooked.

When approached strategically, a building’s power, light,


data and A/V infrastructure can contribute to energy savings
and occupant comfort and productivity. The most successful
implementations occur when these needs are addressed early
on in the design and construction process to ensure the space
will meet the changing needs of the built environment and
continue to meet the building’s mission for years to come.

We build sustainability into our innovative


products and systems to enable your high
performance building.
Alliance to Save Energy Legrand has been a member of the USGBC,
Legrand is an Associate member of the Alliance to the creators of the LEED Rating System, since
Save Energy, a non-profit organization dedicated to
2004 and is currently at the Platinum level.
promoting energy efficiency worldwide to achieve
a healthier economy, a cleaner environment and
energy security.

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Legrand Product Contribution to LEED

To learn more about the importance of electrical design in high performance


buildings, read our white paper:
THE NEW DYNAMIC OF HIGH PERFORMANCE BUILDINGS: Your Guide to
Advanced Electrical Design Principles in Practice
Visit our website to download the entire series of Legrand’s white papers focused
on the evolution and growth of High Performance Buildings in the market.

Legrand products and solutions contribute to building performance in 4 LEED


credit categories as well as Innovation.

This document provides architects, specifying engineers, designers,


building owners and others an overview of Legrand products that collectively
have the potential to contribute up to 33 of the 110* total points toward LEED
certification. Achieving these points is not guaranteed and is subject to review
by Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI).

Products cannot be certified to LEED. They do not individually result in the


earning of points. In some cases, single products can contribute to a building
owner’s ability to earn more than 1 point per credit or credit category.

This guide is specific to LEED 2009 and v4 for Building Design and Construction: New Construction and
Major Renovation.

How to Use this Guide:

Users of this Guide are encouraged to take advantage of the “check-list” design throughout and Wish List at
the end as shown below. As you review the categories and credits Legrand’s products contribute to, mark “Your
Choice” to build your list of desirable products (pages 6-12). You can then use the Wish List (pages 16-18) to
summarize your product selection and contact a Legrand sales representative with your order.

*additional 10 points accounts for 6 Innovation points and 4 Regional Priority points

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SUMMARY OF
POINTS
Points

SUSTAINABLE SITES
Light pollution reduction (2009) 1

ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE


Prerequisite Minimum energy performance (2009 and v4) 1 -13
Optimize Energy Performance (2009 and v4)
Demand Response (v4)
1
Prerequisite Fundamental Commissioning and Verification
4
Enhanced Commissioning (v4)

MATERIALS AND RESOURCES


Recycled content MRc4 (2009) 1
Building product disclosure and optimization - sourcing of raw materials (v4)
Regional Materials MRc5 (2009) 2
Construction and Demolition Waste Management (v4) 2
Building product disclosure and optimization - environmental product declarations (v4) 1

INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY


Controllability of systems - lighting (2009) 1
Interior Lighting (v4)
Daylight and views – daylight (2009) 1
Daylight (v4)

INNOVATION
To provide design teams and projects the opportunity to be awarded points for
exceptional performance above the requirements. Click here for more details. 1

Potential Total = 28-33 out of 100

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DETERMINING Sustainable Sites

PROJECT GOALS
• Does your project seek to reduce lighting’s impact on
the surrounding nocturnal environment?
•How will you control lighting levels for your building’s
outdoor footprint?

Energy and Atmosphere Innovation


• Are you aware that lighting controls can help you
meet and exceed code compliance? • Are you looking for new innovative ways to include
power, light and data in your project to enhance your
• Do you intend to enable your building to respond to a
sustainability goals?
Demand Response event?

Materials and Resources Indoor Environmental


• Are you looking for more information about the
Quality
materials used to make the products you purchase? • How will you give occupants more control over their space?
• Did you know Legrand can provide documentation that shows the • Do you plan to exhaust all energy savings possibilities by harvesting
impact of many of our products across 11 environmental indicators? daylighting?

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SUSTAINABLE SITES
GOAL: Reduce Site Impact on the Surrounding Area

Legrand Product Offering


Light pollution reduction (2009): To minimize light trespass from the building and site,
reduce sky-glow to increase night sky access, improve night time visibility through glare Max.
reduction and reduce development impact from lighting on nocturnal environments. Potential
CREDIT(S) Point(s) = 1

Your Your
Point(s) Point(s)
Choice Choice

1 1
For a whole-room or building solution, Legrand’s Our outdoor motion sensors provide lighting only
Digital Lighting Management (DLM) system can when needed and can reduce light levels by 50%
turn off all luminaries in direct line of sight by when there are no occupants, reducing overall light
using a scheduling feature. pollution from your project.

Your Your
Point(s) Point(s)
Choice Choice

1 1
Our astronomic 24 hour programmable timers Legrand’s motorized shades offering by QMotion
automatically calculate sunrise and sunset times and Solarfective can be programmed to close at the
based on latitude and longitude to ensure no end of the work day, minimizing excess light passing
excess light reaches the perimeter of the space through to the building’s exterior.
after dark.

Note: Choosing one or more Legrand products will only contribute to the Max. Potential Points as indicated on the top right of the page.
Use of multiple products under one specific credit does not equate to the achievement of multiple points in all cases.

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ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE
GOAL: Reduce Overall Energy Use

Legrand Product Offering


Minimum Energy Performance (prerequisite for 2009 and v4): To establish the minimum
level of energy efficiency for the proposed building and systems to reduce environmental Max. Potential
and economic impacts associated with excessive energy use. Point(s) = 1-13
Optimize Energy Performance (2009 and v4): To achieve increasing levels of energy
CREDIT(S)
performance beyond the prerequisite standard to reduce environmental and economic
impacts associated with excessive energy use.

System Approach
Your Your
Point(s) Point(s)
Choice Choice

1-18 1-18
q q

q # of points achieved is dependent q # of points achieved is dependent


on building owner usage and % load on building owner usage and % load
reduction achieved reduction achieved

Our universal dimmer module and system Our Digital Lighting Management (DLM) system allows for full dimming control (including on,
controllers, offered by Vantage, can reduce off, midlevel) in multi-occupant spaces, along with digital switches that can be programmed
unnecessary electrical loads through for precise control of all loads, reducing or eliminating load levels when they aren’t needed. In
programming, therefore reducing energy usage in addition, our IR dimmer remote control provides occupants with adjustable light levels based on
the facility. their needs, to achieve energy savings but not at the expense of the occupant.

Load Control and Reduction

Legrand’s lighting control device offering, consists of dimmers,


occupancy sensors, and timers, which can reduce overall energy use,
and when combined, have a large impact on the facility’s lighting load. Your Your
Point(s) Point(s)
Choice Choice
Legrand’s dimmer offering allows for controllability of the lighting Option 1 Option 2
levels and can reduce overall lighting load in a set space. The new
Harmony™ Tru-Universal Dimmer self-calibrates and works with
5 1
every dimmable lamp, every dimmable load and every fixture to (estimated 14% reduction when (additional points when 1 or
combining all 3 control types) 1 2 control types are selected) 1
reduce energy consumption.
Legrand’s timer offering turns lights off when they are no
Project managers can opt to earn 1 additional
longer needed either on a 24 or 12-hour schedule. Legrand
point if 2 control types are used.
occupancy sensors turn on and off automatically, based on
when the space is occupied.

Your
Our plug load controllable receptacles and wireless plug load RF Point(s)
Choice
receptacles reduce vampire loads from devices that consume power
even when in the “off” position.
These receptacles are also code compliant with National Electrical
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Code®, CA Title 24, and ASHRAE Energy Efficiency Standard 90.1. (50% (estimated 10% reduction) 2
of receptacles must be controlled)

Note: Choosing one or more Legrand products will only contribute to the Max. Potential Points as indicated on the top right of the page.
Use of multiple products under one specific credit does not equate to the achievement of multiple points in all cases.

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Lighting load has been determined to be 20% of the building’s energy use, as analyzed by NREL and the Department of
Energy. By combining use of all 3 technologies, lighting load can be significantly reduced by an estimated 70%
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Plug and process loads have been determined to be 33% of overall building energy use by NREL and the Dept of Energy. Use of plug load controls
can reduce this by 1/3rd. http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy13osti/54175.pdf

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ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE
GOAL: Reduce Overall Energy Use

Legrand Product Offering


Minimum Energy Performance (prerequisite for 2009 and v4): To establish the minimum
level of energy efficiency for the proposed building and systems to reduce environmental and Max. Potential
economic impacts associated with excessive energy use. Point(s) = 1-13
Optimize Energy Performance (2009 and v4): To achieve increasing levels of energy
CREDIT(S)
performance beyond the prerequisite standard to reduce environmental and economic impacts
associated with excessive energy use.

Passive Solutions
Your Your
Point(s) Point(s)
Choice Choice

13 1-18 q

(33% reduction according to Legrand case study) 3 q # of points achieved is dependent on building
owner ability to reduce temperature set points
Legrand’s Contain-IT™ aisle containment prevents the mixing in data center or server room
of hot exhaust air with cold supply air - a critical element in
proper data center airflow management - to help your facility Our Mighty Mo® cabinet airflow baffle
to achieve significant energy savings and improved server room system is designed to redirect airflow from
energy efficiency. side venting equipment from the cold aisle to
the hot aisle to maintain maximum cooling.
Note: Not applicable to all commercial buildings. Dependent on
size and function of the facility. Note: Not applicable to all commercial
buildings. Dependent on size and function of
the facility.

Other Contributing Products


The following products contribute to overall energy performance within a LEED project but do not specifically contribute to the earning of points.
The role of power, light, and data products is increasingly important in realizing high levels of energy savings.

Your Your
Choice Choice

Legrand’s high performance LED fixtures, offered by Pinnacle Your data room may also be an opportunity to optimize energy
Architectural Lighting, complement your lighting control use. The PX-5000 Intelligent Rack PDU series, offered by
strategies by being the most energy efficient luminaire choice Raritan, provides reliable power distribution for IT equipment
available while still meeting aesthetic design requirements. cabinets by metering at the inlet, outlet, and PDU circuit
Adeo, Linero 6 and Edge Evolution 3 provide a diverse collection breaker level. It uses latching bistable relays that only require
of mounting and shielding solutions to meet your project energy when switching from one state to another, eliminating
requirements. unnecessary power loads.
Note: Not applicable to all commercial buildings. Dependent on
size and function of the facility.

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https://www.legrand.us/electrorack/contain-it/hostdime-case-study.aspx#.V359NfkrK00
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ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE
GOAL: Reduce Overall Energy Use

Legrand Product Offering


Demand Response (DR) (v4): To increase participation in demand response
technologies and programs that make energy generation and distribution systems Max. Potential
more efficient, increase grid reliability, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Point(s) = 1
CREDIT(S)

Your Your
Point(s) Point(s)
Choice Choice

1 1
Legrand’s system controller offering supports Our DLM technology platform controls and
demand response by acting as the brain for all monitors every switch, outlet and lighting load to
your subsystems and can be programmed with optimize energy performance during a demand
variable power profiles to match daily variations response event. Built on open standards, DLM
in utility demand and energy rates. makes every control point accessible, in real
time, and integrates with a building’s existing
BAS and is adjustable from a central location.

Fundamental Commissioning and Verification (prerequisite for 2009 and v4): To support
the design, construction, and eventual operation of a project that meets the owner’s project Max. Potential
requirements for energy, water, indoor environmental quality, and durability. Point(s) = 4
CREDIT(S) Enhanced Commissioning (v4): To further support the design, construction, and eventual
operation of a project that meets the owner’s project requirements for energy, water, indoor
environmental quality, and durability.

Your Your
Point(s) Point(s)
Choice Choice

4 4
Our Digital Lighting Management experts support Legrand’s RackLink™ Power Management System,
the CxA and facility manager to ensure our systems offered by Middle Atlantic Products, provides integrators
meet the needs of the building. Legrand provides O&M with real-time visibility and control over the power
documentation and occupant training to support the distribution and status of any installation from anywhere
project’s commissioning needs. in the world.
Additionally, DLM provides autonomous, distributed
control at the load-level, allowing you to better
manage energy consumption points. Our products
support M&V by capturing data points at the load-
level and analyzing usage through our user-friendly
dashboard tool.

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MATERIALS AND RESOURCES
GOAL: Materials Used to Build, Retrofit and Operate the Building
have a Reduced Environmental Impact

Legrand Product Offering


Recycled content (2009): Increase the use of recycled materials in building products.
Building product disclosure and optimization - sourcing of raw materials (v4):
Max. Potential
To reward project teams for selecting products verified to have been extracted or sourced in a Point(s) = 1
CREDIT(S) responsible manner. Use products that contain recycled content for 25% of products by cost.

Your Your Your


Point(s) Point(s) Point(s)
Choice Choice Choice

1 1 1
Middle Atlantic Products’ technical furniture Our metal enclosures Our Cablofil® ladder tray and wire mesh
offering consists of credenzas, studio furniture, and racks, including our are made from recycled aluminum.
console systems and display carts, which are Mighty Mo 20 assembly, Contact your sales representative for
made of 100% post-industrial (pre-consumer) are made from recycled additional information.
recycled wood residuals (MDF). steel. Contact your
sales representative for
additional information.

Regional Materials (2009): Increase


Your
the demand for building materials Point(s)
Choice Max. Potential
and products that are extracted and
Point(s) = 2
CREDIT(S)
manufactured within the region.
See map on page 14.
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Legrand has manufacturers in 8 locations across
North America. Work with your sales representative to
determine if the product you are purchasing from Legrand
can be considered a regional material.

Construction and Demolition Waste Management (LEED v4): To reduce


construction and demolition waste disposed of in landfills and incineration facilities. Max. Potential
Option 2: Reduction of total waste material Point(s) = 2
CREDIT(S)

Your Your Your Your


Point(s) Point(s) Point(s) Point(s)
Choice Choice Choice Choice

2 2 2 2
Our Electrorack® enclosures, racks EZ Patch provides The Walkerflex Modular Wiring Our prewired
and cabinets deliver complete an environmentally System is a factory assembled, aluminum raceway
cabinets with optional accessories friendly way to pre-manufactured connector and is manufactured
fully assembled, reducing setup time dispense and cable set system with a plug- in our U.S.- based
and unnecessary construction waste manage patch cords for a quick n-play feature, providing wire Wiremold factory, cut to the
in your data center. and easy installation. There are no management flexibility and labor specified job site lengths,
bags to open, tie wraps to undo or savings vs. traditional pipe and electrically prewired, and delivered
straightening necessary reducing on- box wiring methods or MC Cable to your project with minimal
site construction waste at installation. wiring methods. on-site waste.
EZ Patch contains Ortronics Clarity
patch cords and is offered in Category
6a, 6 and 5e in a variety of standard
lengths and colors.

Note: Choosing one or more Legrand products will only contribute to the Max. Potential Points as indicated on the top right of the
page. Use of multiple products under one specific credit does not equate to the achievement of multiple points in all cases. 10
MATERIALS AND RESOURCES
GOAL: Materials Used to Build, Retrofit and Operate the Building
have a Reduced Environmental Impact

Legrand Product Offering


Material multi-attribute assessment (pilot credit for 2009):
To increase the use of products and materials with life-cycles, ingredients, and
Max. Potential
attributes that improve overall environmental, economic, and social performance. Point(s) = 1
CREDIT(S) Building product disclosure and optimization - environmental product declarations (v4):
To encourage the use of products and materials for which life-cycle information is available and
that have environmentally, economically, and socially preferable life-cycle impacts.

Each business across North America has taken steps to


develop “Product Environmental Profiles” or PEPs, which Your
Point(s)
Choice
is an EPD developed through the PEP Eco-Passport®

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Program. Visit our Environmental Product Declarations
Resource Library to download Legrand’s PEPs for your
next project.

Here are a few examples of products with a PEP:

Gangable Floor-Standing Enclosures

Clarity CAT6A 48 Port Flat Panel

Low-Voltage & Cord Hiding Nonmetallic Raceway Systems

TradeMaster® Duplex Grounding Receptacle

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INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
GOAL: Improve indoor air quality and thermal, visual,
and acoustic comfort for building occupants

Legrand Product Offering


Controllability of systems - lighting EQc6.1 (2009): To provide a high level of lighting
system control by individual occupants or groups in multi-occupant spaces. Max. Potential
Interior Lighting (v4): To promote occupants’ productivity, comfort, and well-being by Point(s) = 1
CREDIT(S) providing high-quality lighting.

Your Your Your


Point(s) Point(s) Point(s)
Choice Choice Choice

1 1 1
(LEED v4 only)

Our DLM system provides dimming capable Legrand’s lighting control offering consists of Middle Atlantic Products’ technical furniture
room controllers that allow for full dimming dimmers, including rotary, toggle, toggle plus, products provide the Light Reflectance Value
control (including on, off, midlevel) in multi- and short-slide, occupancy/vacancy sensors, (LRV) for the finishes, enabling customers
occupant spaces, along with digital switches time-switches and room controls to meet your to calculate the weighted average surface
that can be programmed for precise control individual occupant control needs. Additionally, reflectance for work surfaces.
of all loads. In addition, the IR dimmer remote once installed, these devices can offer energy
control provides occupants with adjustable savings by giving occupants the ability to reduce
light levels based on their current needs. the lighting load when it is unnecessary.

Daylight and views – daylight (2009): To provide building occupants with a connection
between indoor spaces and the outdoors through the introduction of daylight via manual or
Max. Potential
automatic glare control devices. Point(s) = 1
CREDIT(S) Daylight (v4): To connect building occupants with the outdoors, reinforce circadian rhythms, and
reduce the use of electrical lighting by introducing daylight into the space.

Our QMotion and Solarfective


Your
Point(s) shade control offering can
Choice
provide manual or automatic

1 glare-control devices for all


regularly occupied spaces.

INNOVATION
GOAL: Earn Points for Exceptional Performance

To provide design teams and projects the opportunity to be awarded points for exceptional
performance above the requirements set by the LEED Rating System and/or for innovative Max. Potential
performance in green building categories not specifically addressed by the LEED Rating System. Point(s) = 1
CREDIT(S)
Legrand solutions may be combined to bring power, light, data, and AV to your outdoor space, extending
the usable space of your sustainable building, further improving site sustainability, enhancing energy
management and increasing occupant well-being. The design and development of safe and productive
outdoor spaces may qualify for an innovation credit. We are always receptive to working with our customers
to help them achieve innovation credits. Contact a Legrand representative to find out more about how you
can implement this concept in your LEED project.

Note: Choosing one or more Legrand products will only contribute to the Max. Potential Points as indicated on the top right of the
page. Use of multiple products under one specific credit does not equate to the achievement of multiple points in all cases. 12
At Legrand, commitment to performance and sustainability is at our core. We build
energy and water efficiency and waste reduction into everything we manufacture.
We continually monitor and reduce our resource use and evaluate the environmental
impact of our products through their life cycle. The result: Our innovative products
and systems enable high-performance buildings to reach exceptional levels of
efficiency and productivity – and equally high sustainability standards.

We are committed to product transparency – holding PEP ecopassports for


hundreds of products – and to helping our customers attain LEED certification,
offering a wide range of products that contribute towards that goal. We are
actively engaging with our supply chain to create better, more sustainable
products for our customers. At Legrand, we understand the changing
dynamics of high performance in the built environment and aim to remain at
the forefront of this movement through customer research, thought leadership
white papers, and speaking engagements.

Reduction of Hazardous
Product Transparency Supplier Engagement
Materials

We’re committed to be We’ve committed to We recognize that product


100% RoHS the development of improvements start with our
conformant Product Environmental supply chain so we’ve developed
by 2018. Look Profiles, a type of an Environmental Materials
for this icon to Environmental Product Requirements policy that sets
indicate with Declaration published the minimum standard for
products are by PEP ecoPassport required information. Click here
to date. Program, across our business. These product to visit our Supplier Sustainability
transparency documents are available for Resource Center.
select products that show this icon.

At Legrand, we strive to manage energy, waste and water better. 34% better.
That’s how much we reduced our energy intensity across 14 US sites from
2009–2013. We want to get even better so we set new goals for all North
American sites: reduce energy intensity by another 25%; reduce water
consumption by 25%; and achieve zero waste to landfill by 2022. Better for us
and the environment.

We work to enhance both employee and community welfare through programs


that help people enjoy healthier, more productive, and more rewarding lives.
In 2015, our Better Communities volunteer program hosted 71 events and
dedicated over 3700 hours of employee time to help those in need.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION MODULES
LEED professionals are required to complete Continuing Education Hours in
order to maintain their LEED accreditation. To that end, Legrand offers
2 learning modules that are approved for CEU hours by GBCI.

Module 1

How to Read Product Environmental Profiles: Understanding the Value of EPDs

The expectation for better products, better systems, and better buildings has created
demand for reliable disclosure methods for the health and environmental impacts of
building materials. This course will explore the product transparency movement in terms of
environmental product declarations, in particular the product environmental profile (PEP).
An overview of how a PEP is created, the basic terms used in a PEP, and a part-by-part
review of a sample PEP are presented.
1 hour

GBCI Info: Course# AEC888


GBCI CE Hours: 1.00
USGBC/GBCI approved for GBCI CE Hours. Course approval #0920008013.
AEC Daily reports Learning Units on members’ behalf. Access the Training on AEC Daily

Module 2

Energy Code Basics: Plug Load & Lighting Controls

Provides an overview of the lighting requirements and provisions of the ASHRAE


Standard 90.1-2010 and the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code®, and
identifies plug and lighting control strategies for energy efficiency.

1 hour

GBCI Info: Course# AEC811


GBCI CE Hours: 1.00
USGBC/GBCI approved for GBCI CE Hours. Course approval #0920004847.
AEC Daily reports Learning Units on members’ behalf.
Access the Training on AEC Daily

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Legrand North American Manufacturing Facilities

The LEED Rating System awards


a higher value to products when
they are manufactured, produced
or extracted from the local area.
The map shows the locations
of Legrand’s North America
manufacturing facilities for
assistance in assessing project site
and eligibility to achieve relevant
Material & Resource credits.

Professional Resources
Legrand’s LEED professionals are available to offer additional support and services. For specific product or project
support, please contact your nearest sales representative. If there is not a sales representative near you, please
contact one of Legrand’s other LEED professionals with “National” responsibility and they will be able to assist you.

Name Primary Location Area of Responsibility Email LEED Credential


Chad Andersen Orem, UT National chad.andersen@legrand.us LEED GA
Jonathon Bilbo Birmingham, AL National jonathan.bilbo@wattstopper.com LEED AP
Joseph Cornwall Cincinnati, OH National joseph.cornwall@legrand.us LEED GA
Andy Davis Southern, CA National andy.davis@legrand.us LEED AP
Curt Drury Syracuse, NY National curt.drury@legrand.us LEED AP
Pete Horton Birmingham, AL National pete.horton@legrand.us LEED AP
Chuck Jelderks Fountain, CO National chuck.jelderks@legrand.us LEED AP
Tom Jones Birmingham, AL National tom.jones@wattstopper.com LEED AP
Shana Longo West Hartford, CT National shana.longo@legrand.us LEED AP
Jon Null San Jose, CA National jon.null@legrand.us LEED AP
Rene Parrinello New London, CT National rene.parrinello@legrand.us LEED GA
Mike Rector Birmingham, AL National michael.rector@legrand.us LEED AP
Steve Rood Syracuse, NY National steve.rood@legrand.us LEED GA
Terry Smith Moraine, OH National terry.smith@legrand.us LEED GA
Carlos Villalobos Carlsbad, CA National carlos.villalobos@legrand.us LEED AP
Julia Lundquist Fort Worth/Dallas, TX Global julia.lundquist@legrand.us LEED AP
Lorraine Caira Ontario Legrand Canada lorraine.caira@wattstopper.com LEED AP
Doug Webber British Columbia Legrand Canada doug.webber@wattstopper.com LEED AP
Janice McCloud San Francisco, CA Northern CA Territory janice.mccloud@legrand.us LEED AP
Brian Kelly San Francisco, CA No. CA and Las Vegas, NV brian.kelly@legrand.us LEED AP
Nicholas Dominguez Los Angeles, CA So. California Territory nicholas.dominguez@legrand.us LEED GA
Scott Haugen San Diego, CA So. California Territory scott.haugen@legrand.us LEED GA
Jim Waddell Nashville, TN Central Region Territory jim.waddell@legrand.us LEED GA
Charles Morris Indianapolis, IN Indiana charles.morris@legrand.us LEED GA
Juan Bay Chicago, IL Midwest Territory juan.bay@legrand.us LEED GA
Joe McGrath Philadelphia, PA Mid-Atlantic Territory joe.mcgrath@legrand.us LEED AP
Sean O’hara Chicago, IL Midwest Territory sean.ohara@legrand.us LEED AP
Dave Onofrio Detroit, MI Michigan dave.onofrio@legrand.us LEED GA
Mike Vokes Washington, DC MD/DC/VA mike.vokes@legrand.us LEED GA
Jeff Yates Saint Louis, MO Missouri and Kansas jeffrey.yates@legrand.us LEED GA
Erik Kelly New Jersey New Jersey, New York erik.kelly@legrand.us LEED GA
John Macwilliams West Hartford, CT New England john.macwilliams@legrand.us LEED AP
Raphael Almeida New York, NY New York, Metropolitan raphael.lmeida@legrand.us LEED GA
Maureen Warnicke New York, NY New York, Metropolitan maureen.warnicke@legrand.us LEED AP
Ray Stander Pittsburgh, PA Northeast Territory ray.stander@legrand.us LEED GA
Shannon Markey Seattle, WA Northwest Territory shannon.markey@wattstopper.com LEED AP
Brian Friedel San Jose, CA Northwest Territory brian.friedel@legrand.us LEED GA

*Reference for Material & Resource credits.


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MY WISH LIST Page 1

“Product Environmental Profiles” or PEPs are indicated by:

Sustainable Sites Your


Light pollution reduction (2009) Max. Potential Point(s) = 1 Choice

Digital Lighting Management (DLM) system

Outdoor Motion Sensors

Astronomic 24 hour Programmable Timers

QMotion and Solarfective Motorized Shades

Your
Energy and Atmosphere Choice
Minimum Energy Performance (2009 and v4)
Max. Potential Point(s) = 3-13
Optimize Energy Performance (2009 and v4)

Universal Dimmer Module and System Controllers 1-18 Point(s) q

Digital Lighting Management (DLM) system 1-18 Point(s) q

Lighting Control Devices Offering


Option 1:
5 points

Dimmer

Option 2:
1 point
Timer

Plug Load Controllable Receptacles and Wireless Plug Load RF Receptacles 3 points

Contain-IT™ Aisle Containment 13 points possible

Mighty Mo cabinet airflow baffle system 1-18 Point(s) q

LED fixtures

PX-5000 Intelligent Rack PDU series

q # of points achieved is dependent on building owner usage and % load reduction achieved

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MY WISH LIST Page 2

Demand Response (v4): Max. Potential Point(s) = 1

System Controller

Digital Lighting Management

Fundamental Commissioning and Verification


Max. Potential Point(s) = 4
Enhanced Commissioning (v4)

Digital Lighting Management

RackLink™ Power Management System

Your
Materials and Resources Choice
Recycled content (2009)
Max. Potential Point(s) = 1
Building product disclosure and optimization-sourcing of raw materials (v4)

Middle Atlantic Products’ Technical Furniture

Metal Enclosures and Racks

Cablofil® Ladder Tray and Wire Mesh

Regional Materials (2009) Max. Potential Point(s) = 2

Legrand manufacturers in 8 locations in North America

Construction and Demolition Waste Management (v4)


Max. Potential Point(s) = 2
Option 2: Reduction of total waste material

Electrorack enclosures, racks and cabinets

EZ Patch Cord Dispensing Solution

Walkerflex Modular Wiring System

Prewired Aluminum Raceway

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Your
Materials and Resources (continued) Choice
Building product disclosure and optimization - environmental product declarations (v4) Max. Potential Point(s) = 1

Gangable Floor-Standing Enclosures

Clarity CAT6A 48 Port Flat Panel

Low-Voltage & Cord Hiding Nonmetallic Raceway Systems

TradeMaster® Duplex Grounding Receptacle

Your
Indoor Environmental Quality Choice
Controllability of systems - lighting EQc6.1 (2009)
Max. Potential Point(s) = 1
Interior Lighting

Digital Lighting Management

Legrand Lighting Control Offering

Technical Furniture Products

Daylight and views – daylight (2009)


Max. Potential Point(s) = 1
Daylight (v4)

QMotion and Solarfective Motorized Shades

Your
Innovation Max. Potential Point(s) = 1
Choice

Contact your sales representative to find out more.

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