IMSS InteriorsTM strongly supports sustainable manufacturing LEED requirements and procedures. Wherever possible we try to implement those best practices established by the U.S. G.B.C. Green Building Council's "Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design" (LEED) Green Building Rating System™, NAHB Green, and local green manufacturing codes. We strongly believe that
IMSS InteriorsTM, our manufacturers and our Clients must continue to adopt practices that reduce the negative environmental footprint of our products production and applications.
The LEED program has recognized the following areas in the furniture manufacturing where LEED points can be accredited to a hotel project from its furniture Vendors.
IMSS InteriorsTM endeavors to comply to these guidelines as much as possible. Where a hotel expressly engages in the compliance to these standards,
IMSS InteriorsTM will supply the necessary documentation to support the Project Owners certification. These LEED guidelines are as follow
IMSS InteriorsTM furniture is assembled in China.
IMSS InteriorsTM will modify construction to enable on site or local warehouse assembly within the 500 mile requirement as instructed by Project Owners. (LEED credits 5.1 & 5.2: points: 2)
IMSS InteriorsTM recommends project specification call out FSC woods. (LEED credits 7.0: points: 1)
IMSS InteriorsTM will meet these standards.
IMSS InteriorsTM recommends these components. (LEED credits 4.4: points: 1)
IMSS InteriorsTM implements clearn air, dust recovery systems where ever practical. More stations may be enabled per project specifications. (LEED credits 4.: points: 1)
IMSS InteriorsTM IS COMMITTED TO MEETING AND EXCEEDING THE FSC AND USGBC GUIDELINES WHEREVER POSSIBLE AND WILL GLADLY ENGAGE WITH CLIENTS TO PROVIDE THESE SERVICES AT AS REASONABLE PRICES AS POSSIBLE.