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									SEED: Social Economic Environmental Design®
SEED® EVALUATOR

Introduction
The SEED Evaluator is a communication tool that allows communities to define goals
for design projects and then measure the success in achieving these. This helps
communities to develop their leadership and decision-making from within while using
a proven method and recognized standard of success. This workbook explains the
process and provides the method to facilitate effective community-based design.

Once the following questions, which together are called the SEED Evaluator, have
been answered, a trained third-party reviewer will assure that the SEED mission and
principles are being met. Completion of the SEED Evaluator can lead to the SEED
Certification process.

The SEED Evaluator instructional guide is available as a PDF for download by clicking
on the link above. Please read the instructions thoroughly before starting a SEED
Evaluator form. Technical requirements and explanations of terms are provided.
Frequently Asked Questions are there for your reference and outline image upload
restrictions and troubleshooting. Further questions may be directed to:
info@seednetwork.org.

Directions
Complete each question below. Responses to questions in italics should be no longer
than 250 words. The use of bullet-points and short phrases are encouraged. Some
questions ask for a synopsis after a question. Please summarize your previous response
in a brief 8-10 word sentence or phrase that captures the essence of your reply. These
abbreviated summaries are used in identifying key aspects of the project and will
appear as part of a cumulative At-a-glance Matrix for this project. This matrix creates
a condensed overview of the project that is easy to understand and quick to read.

Completion of Parts One and Two below signals the opportunity to submit those parts
of the application for feedback from SEED third-party reviewers. This feedback can
prove vital when positioning a project for SEED Certification or for simply gaining
valuable information on how a project is supporting SEED Network mission and
principles. After feedback is received and either approvals or revisions are made, a
project may move on to Part Three, which is about appropriate project benchmarks.
Part Four is completed after project implementation and use results are in.

To upload completed Parts One and Two of the SEED Evaluator, go to
www.seednetwork.org, login and locate the upload link for SEED Evaluator: Parts
One/Two submissions.


Part One: Project Basics

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Part One of the SEED Evaluator requests basic information about the project, project
type, community, place, and participants. This information should be concise and
descriptive of the qualities most relevant to the nature of the work and those involved.
Part One may be updated should aspects of the project change over time.


1. APPLICANT INFORMATION
Identify the project lead or applicant (i.e., the individual(s) responsible for submitting
this project to SEED and inputting project data) and requested contact information
below.

a. Project lead/applicant name:

b. Project lead/applicant mailing address:

c. Project lead/applicant email address:

d. Project lead/applicant telephone:

e. Is project applicant a designer? If so, please provide the name and contact of a
primary community member or organization involved:

2. PARTNERS AND STAKEHOLDER INFORMATION
Identify project participants, partners, managers and/or stakeholders. You may return
to this section and update as the project evolves and additional parties are included.
(Note: updates should digitally show date of change/addition)

a. Who are the primary project stakeholders and what are their interests in the
project?
b. List active project participants, partners and/or managers and the role they will play
or have played thus far in the project?
c. List email addresses of other SEED members on the project team who will be editing
this SEED Evaluator (separate by commas):
d. If preliminary or planning meetings have been held, please list them here and
include any available documentation such as press references, meeting agendas, etc.

3. COMMUNITY DESCRIPTION
Identify the community where the project takes place (city, state, province, country as
appropriate). Address known historical and cultural qualities.

a. What is the name of the community/neighborhood?

b. What is the geographic location of the neighborhood/community (city, state,
province, country)?

c. What are the physical and demographic qualities of the community served by this


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project (upload maps and provide statistics as available)?

d. What are the historical and cultural characteristics of the community?



4. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Select the category below that best describes the project discipline. This category will
subsequently determine a prescribed design process for completion in Part Three of
the Evaluator. Selected processes are available by selecting the “user defined”
category here. This will allow an applicant to select from a list of design processes.

Describe the project and design product per questions below.

a. What discipline categorizes the project: (drop down menu here includes
Architecture, Communication Design, Industrial Design, Landscape Architecture,
Urban Design, Urban Planning, User defined category)

b. Project name/title:

c. What is the design product?

d. Describe the project scope and phases of development?

e. What phase is the project currently in?

f. When is expected completion date of the design product? ___/___/___

g. When is the expected implementation date or use date of the design product?
___/___/___




Part Two: Social, Economic and Environmental Goals,
Challenges and Successes
Part Two is intended to provide an overview of the project in relationship to the
community it affects. Sub-sections below address Social, Economic, and Environmental
issues in addition to information about community participation in the project. Within
each sub-section questions focus on the project goals, issues and challenges, how
success is being measured, and how community input was engaged and gathered.
Responses to these questions help reveal the depth and breadth of the project and its
issues. The answers will document the inclusion of the community’s voice in shaping
and accomplishing common goals.




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Part Two is a critical aspect of the SEED Evaluator application because it reveals how
the project meets the minimum threshold of the SEED mission and principles. If the
SEED mission and principles are not fulfilled or are violated, project reviewers will
recommend the project not advance to the next steps in certification. Applicants will
be advised how the project has failed to meet these principles. In these cases, the
project may be subsequently revised and re-submitted.


1. ISSUE IDENTIFICATION
Identify the critical issue or issues that this project addresses.

a. Using the check-box menu, select up to five issues that characterize your project:
(menu is the comprehensive SEED issues list)


Through the lens of the issue selections above, respond to the following three
considerations.

2. SOCIAL CONSIDERATIONS
Respond to each question and accompanying summary by assessing how social
considerations (if any) were addressed.

a. Community Challenges: What social challenge(s) of this community is/are being
addressed in this project?

b. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

c. Project Goals: How has the community social challenge above been addressed in
the goals for the project?

d. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

e. Measuring Success: How will project social successes and failures be measured?
What quantifiable evidence exists of the project’s positive impact on this community?

f. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:


3. ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS
Respond to each question and accompanying summary by assessing how economic
considerations (if any) were addressed.




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a. Community Challenges: What economic challenge(s) of this community is/are
being addressed in this project?

b. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

c. Project Goals: How has the community economic challenge above been addressed
in the goals for the project?

d. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

e. Measuring Success: How will project economic successes and failures be
measured? What quantifiable evidence exists of the project’s positive impact on this
community?
f. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:




4. ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS
Respond to each question and accompanying summary by assessing how
environmental considerations (if any) were addressed.

a. Community Challenges: What environmental challenge(s) of this community is/are
being addressed in this project?

b. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

c. Project Goals: How has the community environmental challenge above been
addressed in the goals for the project?

d. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

e. Measuring Success: How will project environmental successes and failures be
measured? What quantifiable evidence exists of the project’s positive impact on this
community?

f. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:


5. COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION



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Respond to each question and accompanying summary by describing how the
community and/or relevant stakeholders been involved in the following:
a. Main Issue(s): Provide examples of participatory input or field research that verifies
the importance of this issue(s) for the community?
b. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
c. Challenge(s): Provide examples of participatory input or field research that verifies
the importance of this challenge(s) for the community?
d. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
e. Project Goals(s): Provide examples of participatory input or field research that
verifies the importance of these for the community?
f. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:


SUBMIT APPLICATION FOR REVIEW: Submitting Parts One and Two
will initiate the first of two steps towards SEED Certification. The
application review of Parts One and Two will provide an approval to
proceed to Parts Three and Four pending suggested changes or
additional requested information.

Part Three: Process Towards Goals
Part Three outlines a design process for your project based on the design discipline
selected in Part One, question four.

Part Three adds the dimension of time in relationship to goals so that progress can be
observed and communicated along the life of the project. This section is composed of
Benchmarks (3A) and Performance Measures (3B). Benchmarks are discipline specific
and are points of reference for evaluation during the timeline of a project. A
benchmark can be used to inform the expected outcome of a project, especially when
regular performance measurement is involved. Benchmarks are discussed here in two
ways: steps in the design process and other important steps in completing the project.
Performance Measures provide evidence of ways in which the design process is
supporting project social, economic and environmental goals. The purpose of
Performance Measures is to demonstrate a timeline that shows how each goal is
achieved incrementally during the stated span of time.




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3A. Benchmarks
1. RESEARCH & DATA COLLECTION
This benchmark describes how research and data collection was used in the design
process. Relative to this benchmark, provide a description of development towards
stated social, economic and environmental goals. Address how community
participation was included. Include references to research methods, participants and
how the data was incorporated into decision-making processes. Please distinguish
between qualitative and quantitative research and data.

a. Design Benchmarks: What specific increment towards one of the project’s stated
social, economic or environmental goals was accomplished during this phase?

b. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

c. Dates: When is (or was) this benchmark to be accomplished? ___/___/___
d. Community Participation: What community members were included in this phase?
(List names/groups, type of involvement and measurable results.) What community
feedback was received on the results of this phase?

e. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

f. Other Project Benchmarks: List all other specific increments towards one of the
project’s stated social, economic or environmental goals accomplished during this
phase?


2. PROGRAMMING
This benchmark describes how you have determined the scope of work otherwise
known as the program. While programs vary depending upon project scope, typically
programming would contain information related to types of amenities, square footage
and function of spaces, electrical and mechanical systems, and construction budget
among other items. Relative to this benchmark, provide a description of development
towards stated social, economic and environmental goals. Address how community
participation was included.

a. Design Benchmarks: What specific increment towards one of the project’s stated
social, economic or environmental goals was accomplished during this phase?

b. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

c. Dates: When is (or was) this benchmark to be accomplished? ___/___/___
d. Community Participation: What community members were included in this phase?



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 (List names/groups, type of involvement and measurable results.) What community
 feedback was received on the results of this phase?

 e. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
 phrase:

 f. Other Project Benchmarks: List all other specific increments towards one of the
 project’s stated social, economic or environmental goals accomplished during this
 phase?


 3. SITE ANALYSIS
 This benchmark describes how applicable building and planning codes have been
 researched and analyzed in relationship to the project site. A detailed site analysis is
 important in the early stages of a building design, as knowledge of the development
 rules of the project location can determine parameters for the size and layout of the
 building. Relative to this benchmark, provide a description of development towards
 stated social, economic and environmental goals. Address how community
 participation was included.

 a. Design Benchmarks: What specific increment towards one of the project’s stated
 social, economic or environmental goals was accomplished during this phase?

 b. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
 phrase:

 c. Dates: When is (or was) this benchmark to be accomplished? ___/___/___
 d. Community Participation: What community members were included in this phase?
 (List names/groups, type of involvement and measurable results.) What community
 feedback was received on the results of this phase?

 e. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
 phrase:

 f. Other Project Benchmarks: List all other specific increments towards one of the
 project’s stated social, economic or environmental goals accomplished during this
 phase?


 4. SCHEMATIC DESIGN
This benchmark describes how the schematic design consisting of preliminary sketches
and models are developed into floor plans, elevations, and 3-D images of the building
design. Building upon on the previous two phases, the architect interprets the
information into floor plan and site plan drawings. Completion of each design phase
includes a client presentation and subsequent approval of design work. Relative to this



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benchmark, provide a description of development towards stated social, economic and
environmental goals. Address how community participation was included

a. Design Benchmarks: What specific increment towards one of the project’s stated
social, economic or environmental goals was accomplished during this phase?

b. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

c. Dates: When is (or was) this benchmark to be accomplished? ___/___/___
d. Community Participation: What community members were included in this phase?
(List names/groups, type of involvement and measurable results.) What community
feedback was received on the results of this phase?

e. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

f. Other Project Benchmarks: List all other specific increments towards one of the
project’s stated social, economic or environmental goals accomplished during this
phase?


5. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT
This benchmark describes how design development results from the approved
schematic design further defining a workable building or project. In development with
the architecture design, engineers develop the building systems and provide drawings
that are incorporated into the total architectural design. The scope of work for this
phase varies depending upon project type. Relative to this benchmark, provide a
description of development towards stated social, economic and environmental goals.
Address how community participation was included.


a. Design Benchmarks: What specific increment towards one of the project’s stated
social, economic or environmental goals was accomplished during this phase?

b. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

c. Dates: When is (or was) this benchmark to be accomplished? ___/___/___
d. Community Participation: What community members were included in this phase?
(List names/groups, type of involvement and measurable results.) What community
feedback was received on the results of this phase?

e. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:



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 f. Other Project Benchmarks: List all other specific increments towards one of the
 project’s stated social, economic or environmental goals accomplished during this
 phase?


 6. CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS
 This benchmark describes how the working drawings or contract documentation—the
 design of the ways materials, structure and systems connect—are/were developed. In
 the construction drawings phase, a set of drawings complete with specifications are
 completed for pricing and permitting. This documentation represents the final
 agreement as to what will be built. Relative to this benchmark, provide a description of
 development towards stated social, economic and environmental goals. Address how
 community participation was included.


 a. Design Benchmarks: What specific increment towards one of the project’s stated
 social, economic or environmental goals was accomplished during this phase?

 b. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
 phrase:

 c. Dates: When is (or was) this benchmark to be accomplished? ___/___/___
 d. Community Participation: What community members were included in this phase?
 (List names/groups, type of involvement and measurable results.) What community
 feedback was received on the results of this phase?

 e. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
 phrase:

 f. Other Project Benchmarks: List all other specific increments towards one of the
 project’s stated social, economic or environmental goals accomplished during this
 phase?


 7. CONSTRUCTION
This benchmark describes the building construction phase. While the design process
should be complete by the start of building construction, there are opportunities for
positive impact through construction phase. This activity offers potential benefits such
as on-the-job training, increasing local employment, and providing livable wages. The
opportunities of this phase should not be overlooked in terms of positive impact that a
new physical building provides. Relative to this benchmark, provide a description of
development towards stated social, economic and environmental goals. Address how
community participation was included.

 a. Design Benchmarks: What specific increment towards one of the project’s stated
 social, economic or environmental goals was accomplished during this phase?


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 b. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
 phrase:

 c. Dates: When is (or was) this benchmark to be accomplished? ___/___/___
 d. Community Participation: What community members were included in this phase?
 (List names/groups, type of involvement and measurable results.) What community
 feedback was received on the results of this phase?

 e. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
 phrase:

 f. Other Project Benchmarks: List all other specific increments towards one of the
 project’s stated social, economic or environmental goals accomplished during this
 phase?


 8. PROJECT MANAGEMENT
This benchmark describes how project results are measured in the successful
management and operation of building activities. Depending on the goal, an effective
post-occupancy assessment can occur as soon as six months or may not occur until a
year later, as some results take time to reach fruition (see Part 4 below). Through
design and construction a building is the outcome. However design is not the end, only
the means to maximize the effectiveness of a building’s capacity to deliver the goals
that caused its creation. Relative to this benchmark, provide a description of
development towards stated social, economic and environmental goals. Address how
community participation was included.

 a. Design Benchmarks: What specific increment towards one of the project’s stated
 social, economic or environmental goals was accomplished during this phase?

 b. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
 phrase:

 c. Dates: When is (or was) this benchmark to be accomplished? ___/___/___
 d. Community Participation: What community members were included in this phase?
 (List names/groups, type of involvement and measurable results.) What community
 feedback was received on the results of this phase?

 e. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
 phrase:

 f. Other Project Benchmarks: List all other specific increments towards one of the
 project’s stated social, economic or environmental goals accomplished during this
 phase?



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3B. Performance Measures
This section describes the incremental steps towards social, economic and
environmental goals stated above in Part Two. Relying upon benchmarks stated in
Part 3A, provide indicators or evidence that supports project progress for each social,
economic and environmental goal. Include a timeline of activities related to goal
accomplishment or stages of completion.

1. SOCIAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES
a. Give specific actions and/or numeric results that will (or have, if phase completed)
demonstrate that progress has been made in each benchmark below towards the
following social goal(s): (auto fill from above 2-2-c)

b. Research & Data Collection:
c. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
d. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-1-c by date)
e. Programming:
f. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
g. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-2-c by date)
h. Site Analysis:
i. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
j. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-3-c by date)
k. Schematic Design:
l. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
m. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-4-c by date)
n. Design Development:
o. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
p. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-5-c by date)
q. Construction Drawings:
r. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
s. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-6-c by date)
t. Construction:
u. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
v. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-7-c by date)
w. Project Management:
x. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
y. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-8-c by date)



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2. ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE MEASURES
a. Give specific actions and/or numeric results that will (or have, if phase completed)
demonstrate that progress has been made in each benchmark below towards the
following economic goal(s): (auto fill from above 2-3-c)

b. Research & Data Collection:
c. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
d. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-1-c by date)
e. Programming:
f. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
g. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-2-c by date)
h. Site Analysis:
i. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
j. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-3-c by date)
k. Schematic Design:
l. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
m. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-4-c by date)
n. Design Development:
o. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
p. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-5-c by date)
q. Construction Drawings:
r. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
s. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-6-c by date)
t. Construction:
u. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
v. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-7-c by date)
w. Project Management:
x. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
y. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-8-c by date)

3. ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES
a. Give specific actions and/or numeric results that will (or have, if phase completed)
demonstrate that progress has been made in each benchmark below towards the
following economic goal(s): (auto-fill from above 2-4-c)

b. Research & Data Collection:
c. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or



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phrase:
d. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-1-c by date)
e. Programming:
f. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
g. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-2-c by date)
h. Site Analysis:
i. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
j. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-3-c by date)
k. Schematic Design:
l. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
m. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-4-c by date)
n. Design Development:
o. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
p. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-5-c by date)
q. Construction Drawings:
r. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
s. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-6-c by date)
t. Construction:
u. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
v. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-7-c by date)
w. Project Management:
x. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:
y. Timeline: (auto fill from Part 3A-8-c by date)

Part Four: Results
This section is intended to provide an overview of how well the project goals were met
in the implementation stage. Project implementation is descriptive of application of
final designs. This section is broken down into two phases that request descriptions of
results for the (1) early implementation and (2) the later extended execution. These
descriptions are followed by the evaluation of each. Reflections on implementation
and use are requested.

1. DESIGN PRODUCT INITIAL IMPLEMENTATION
Please describe the design product implementation process in this phase. Product
implementation puts the project into practice. Describe how project goals were or
were not met in this phase. Please detail how each goal below was reflected in your
implementation process.



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a. Timeline: When did initial implementation occur? (List date.) __/__/__

b. Social Implementation: Give specific actions and/or numeric results that will (or
have, if phase completed) demonstrate that progress has been made in this phase
towards the following social goal(s): (auto fill from above 2-2-c)

c. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

d. Economic Implementation: Give specific actions and/or numeric results that will (or
have, if phase completed) demonstrate that progress has been made in this phase
towards the following economic goal(s): (auto fill from above 2-3-c)

e. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

f. Environmental Implementation: Give specific actions and/or numeric results that
will (or have, if phase completed) demonstrate that progress has been made in this
phase towards the following environmental goal(s): (auto fill from above 2-4-c)

g. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

h. Community Participation: What community members were included in this phase?
(List names/groups, type of involvement and measurable results.) What community
feedback was received on the results of this phase?

i. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:




2. POST IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION
Please describe your post implementation evaluation process including successes and
challenges in this phase. Post implementation involves the passage of time to best
evaluate how the design answered the design problem. Please detail the evaluation
process used and how each criterion below was reflected in your post implementation
evaluation. Document time frame for evaluation.

a. Timeline: When did the post-implementation evaluation occur? (List date.)
__/__/__

b. Social Results: Give specific actions and/or numeric results that demonstrate that
results have been achieved or progress has been made towards the following social
goal(s): (auto fill from above 2-2-c-)


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c. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

d. Economic Results: Give specific actions and/or numeric results that demonstrate
that results have been achieved or progress has been made towards the following
economic goal(s): (auto fill from above 2-3-c)

e. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

f. Environmental Results: Give specific actions and/or numeric results that
demonstrate that results have been achieved or progress has been made towards the
following environmental goal(s): (auto fill from above 2-4-c)

g. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

h. Community Participation: What community members were included in this phase?
(List names/groups, type of involvement and measurable results.) What community
feedback was received on the results of this phase?

i. For At-a-glance Matrix: Summarize your response above in a brief sentence or
phrase:

j. Reflection: What reflections are there (if any) of the project, its process, completion
and post implementation review in terms of meeting stated goals?


SUBMIT for Full Certification Review




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