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About Project Registration


photoWelcome to Green Guide Project Registration!

  • New construction, renovation and addition projects can register to use the Green Guide Construction section.
  • Existing buildings and operations projects can register to use the Green Guide Operations section.

Up to 15 members of a project team have access to the on-line project Green Guide checklist. Registered projects are encouraged to upload case study information as well as Green Guide checklists. Each registered project can track individual progress and achievement as part of a larger community. As a registered project, your participation will provide you the following benefits:

  • A cumulative project score relative to collective data from other Green Guide registered projects
  • An opportunity to share case studies with other Green Guide participants and potential inclusion in Green Guide presentations
  • Reports addressing aggregate credit achievement and rankings by project type, size, geographic region, etc.

Project Registration

Register your project here! All information is submitted electronically through a series of menus. Have your team registrant information and project data ready to expedite the registration process!

What information do I need to register a project?

How do I register a project?

Who Can Register a Project

The individual who registers a project here is the Project Administrator. This person will be the primary contact person for the Green Guide for Health Care and have administration responsibility for all project activity on the Green Guide website. This includes distribution of the project identification code to all project team members as well as updating information about the project. Select a Project Administrator who is best suited for that role. The Project Administer must register individually with the Green Guide, and then proceed with project registration. The Project Administrator responsibility may be transferred to someone else in the future by contacting

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