LEED Stories from Practice Case Study:One and Two Potomac Yard
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|Offered by||U.S. Green Building Council|
Learn how one project team addressed a LEED learning curve for every single one its subcontractors by focusing on critical creditsa nd coming out on top with two LEED certifications! And, earn credential maintenance hours.This e-book brings to life the vis io ning, design, construction, and operation of One and Two Potomac Yard, located in Arlington, Virginia, and Gold-certified under bo th LEED for New Construction v2.0/2.1 and LEED for Existing Buildings v2.0. Read perspectives from diverse LEED project team memb ers : developer, tenant, general contractor, mechanical engineer, sustainability consultant, commissioning agent, building manager , and building engineer.One and Two Potomac Yard was the first office building to be constructed in Arlington County's urban redev elopment Potomac Yard project. Standing 12 stories and spanning 650,000 square feet, it is one of the largest LEED Gold-certified of fice buildings on the East Coast and is home to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. iarity with general green building strategies and LEED. PRICING & PURCHASE DETAILSTo purchase the e-book, click here and scroll down to LEED Stories from Pr actice. To earn
- Recognize notable green building strategies used in LEED-certified projects.
- Compare perspectives of multiple LEED project stakeholders.
- Evaluate lessons learned from LEED project experiences.
- Identify effective tools and processes for successful LEED implementation.
- Identify elements of an integrative process on LEED projects as a pathway to success.
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