Winter/Spring 2012 Complimentary Continuing Education Workshop
- …the contractor bidding on a LEED project?
- …the supplier, providing products for a LEED project?
- …the developer considering LEED to attract more tenants?
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Whoever you are, we are all in this together.
This course will introduce you to the basic structure of LEED®, the different rating systems and most importantly the framework and terminology to make you confident in the market. We will cover the issues to know, the questions to ask and when to ask them. LEED® is truly an integrative process and each individual involved in the project has an influence on the final product. You will learn, what you have to consider for LEED® and when you need to do it. Leave with the confidence and eligibility to sit for the Green Associate exam, your first step to becoming a LEED AP®.
- Distinguish between the different rating systems
- Understand the structure of LEED® and requirements
- Identify critical items, which may prevent a LEED® certification
- Develop a time line for involving the LEED™ professional and other stakeholders
- Understand the rating system development and what’s to come in LEED® 2012
- Your steps to becoming a LEED AP®
- As a partner of Hengst Streff Bajko Architects + Engineers Bob Bajko combines his years of experience in commercial construction and tenant improvement with extensive knowledge of the LEED® certification process.
- Susann Geithner is Director of Sustainability at Hengst Streff Bajko Architects & Engineers (HSB), a local company, which works national and in Europe.