You can read named Why is LEED Recertify Required interview with Kay Killmann below.
A recertification (recertification) shows how the building performs in operation in the areas: Energy, Water, Waste, Transport and Indoor Environment. The certification is renewed at least every three years and can be used to improve the building. Unlike LEED certification of new and remodeling projects, which is largely based on design documents, the recertification is based on how the building actually performs.
It is also possible to automate large parts of the certification, which you can read about in the article about Vasakronan’s work here.
We have asked Kay Killmann, who leads GBCI Europe, about why you should recertify your LEED building and what benefits it entails.