LEED for Homes is a green building rating system with over 50,000 units certified and 120,000 units registered worldwide. The program can be applied to mixed-use multi-family buildings, as well as single-family homes.
Learn how to apply the LEED for Homes rating system to a real project that you are working on by walking through the phases of a typical project and the key decisions that project teams must make, including key stakeholder considerations. Engage in interactive, case-based activities that enable you to work hands-on with LEED implementation strategies and rating system tools.
Part 3 in this series covers:
- Energy & Atmosphere (EA)
- Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)
- Plan for key considerations and requirements for the LEED certification process.
- Recognize the roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders in the LEED certification process
- Recognize goals, intents, and requirements of prerequisites and key credits in Energy & Atmosphere & Indoor & Environmental Quality, and strategies to meet them
- Identify synergies between LEED credits
This course is a part of the following series:
Implementing LEED for Homes on Your Next Project