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Principles of LEED (O+M)
LEED Implementation

GBCI: 0090009012

Learn from USGBC's LEED subject matter experts and GBCI reviewers as they provide the top ten strategies for project teams pursuing LEED certification.
Eligible for 1 CE HOUR.
  • 1 CE

  • LEED Green Associate
  • LEED AP BD+C
  • LEED AP O+M
  • LEED AP ID+C
  • LU/HSW

LEED version: v2009

Published on: October 25, 2013

Average: 3.3 (9 votes)
3.333335

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Learn from USGBC's LEED subject matter experts and GBCI reviewers as they provide the top ten strategies for project teams pursuing LEED certification.

By reviewing the key first steps that project teams should take, our speakers will walk through the key foundational concepts that LEED APs need to grasp in order to maximize the success of a project. Rating system selection, Minimum Program Requirements, Integrative Performance, LEED's Volume and Campus programs, quality control and more will be discussed to reveal the most important considerations for LEED projects. This session prepares viewers to dive into the remaining sessions in the Principles of LEED series, which focus on specific credit categories.

Objectives

  1. Comply with LEED Comply with LEED Minimum Program Requirements
  2. Incorporate an integrative process for goal setting and quality control
  3. Plan for ongoing performance beyond initial certification
  4. Communicate unique circumstances in LEED submittal
  5. Identify the possible roles of a LEED AP for success in implementing LEED

Series

This course is a part of the following series:
Principles of LEED (O+M)

Other sessions included in that series:

 

Principles of LEED
(O+M)
LEED Implementation

 

Principles of LEED
(O+M)
Water Efficiency

 

Principles of LEED
(O+M)
Materials and Resources

 

Principles of LEED
(O+M)
Indoor Environmental Quality

 

Principles of LEED
(O+M)
Sustainable Sites

 

Principles of LEED
(O+M)
Energy and Atmosphere

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Created by

U.S. Green Building Council
Washington, DC
United States

Leaders

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    Sara Cederberg made 9 contributions in the last 6 months

Sara Cederberg

Technical Director U.S. Green Building Council
  • 10
    Eric Anderson made 10 contributions in the last 6 months

Eric Anderson

LEED Specialist U.S. Green Building Council
  • 5
    Christopher Davis made 5 contributions in the last 6 months

Christopher Davis

Manager, Special Projects U.S. Green Building Council
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2 commentsLeave a comment

Consulting engineer, Enhanse

the tips on planning, process, organization of the team and quality control are all good rules to live by in EBOM. I have worked on three so far and find that they tend to stretch over many months (normally because building owners aren't staffed to do their job + add LEED EBOM). These tips will help keep the team from doing re-work, and should help maintain momentum (which is easy to loose as weeks and weeks pass).

Project Manager, Education Platforms, U.S. Green Building Council

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