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LEED Health Process pilot credit case study: Maceo May

A Healthy Island Home for Formerly Homeless Veterans and their Families

In 2017, Hilary Noll at Mithun and project owners at the non-profits Chinatown Community Development Center and Swards to Plowshred engaged the Associate for Affordable Energy to build an affordable housing development on Treasure Island, San Francisco.

The team utilized the LEED Health Process throughout their multi-family residential housing design, construction and operation process to promote the population health, wellbeing, and equity for formerly homeless veterans in the Bay Area.

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