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Integrative Process

This two-part webinar series explores an integrative process, teams and systems.

LEED version: v2009

Published on: December 19, 2013

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This two-part webinar series explores an integrative process, teams and systems. In part one, we bridge the gap between design, construction, operations and maintenance with the goal of designing buildings for operational success throughout its lifetime. Part two illuminates best practices for charrettes and project team workshops as tools for meeting green building goals.

Join both sessions and get started on a path of success to designing, constructing and operating high performance, cost-effective green buildings.

Objectives

  1. Recognize how an integrative approach to buildings brings opportunities and synergies to enhance performance and have positive impacts on time and budget.
  2. Bridge the gap between design, construction, operations and maintenance to design buildings for operational success throughout its lifetime.
  3. Create the business case for integrating operations considerations into design and construction.
  4. Recognize the benefits of collaborative charrettes and ongoing workshops as tools to facilitate the integrative process throughout projects.
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Created by

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

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Included sessions

 

Integrative Process
Closing the Gaps

 

Integrative Process
Charrettes and Team Workshops

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