Devens Creates Green Building Incentive Program

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The Devens Enterprise Commission, the permitting authority for redevelopment of the former Fort Devens army base in north central Massachusetts, has created a green building incentive program tied to the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED™ rating system. The program offers a 15% reduction in development permit fees, up to $10,000 per project, to buildings that become LEED-certified. The Devens Enterprise Commission is the independent, multipurpose regulatory and permitting agency within the Devens Enterprise Zone, a 4,400-acre (1,780 ha) modern industrial and technology-intensive business park. Details at www.devens.com, or call Peter Lowitt, 978/772-8831.

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October 1, 2001