LEED Stories from Practice Article: Shifts in Practice
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The development and pace at which green building practices have evolved in recent years has changed the industry, upending the tradi tional design approach. Read this six-page article to learn how the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University (LEED for N ewCo nstruction) in Tempe, Arizona, and One and Two Potomac Yard (LEED for New Construction and LEED for Existing Buildings) in A rlington , Virginia, demonstrate how project teams are successfully managing this shifting marketplace. Although the two projects differ in s ize, location, and purpose, team members shared similar observations on how the industry has evolved and expressed lik e ideas on way s it can continue to move forward.PRICING & PURCHASE DETAILS This article is free and may be downloaded here. To earn continuing education credits, purchas e (for $20) the assoc
- Recognize how design and construction processes are changing as a result of green building adoption.
- Understand howusing an integrative approach is increasingly critical for building projects.
- Identify ways to continue to move the green building industry forward.
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