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Introduction to Integrative Project Delivery

GBCI: 0910000402

Learn what Integrative Project Delivery is, what it takes to succeed, the theory behind it, and the difference from Traditional Project Delivery.
Eligible for 1 CE HOUR.
  • 1 CE

  • LU/HSW

LEED version: v4, v2009

Average: 3.5 (2 votes)
3.5

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The participants of this course will learn what Integrative Project Delivery is. They will understand what it takes to make it succeed, the theory behind it, and how it differs from Traditional Project Delivery. The participant will also learn about things to consider and to watch out for when building sustainable buildings.

Objectives

  1. Verify what Integrative Project Delivery is
  2. Define what a Charrette or Design Team meeting is and how they are conducted
  3. Distinguish between Traditional Project Delivery and Integrative Project Delivery
  4. Apply the concepts behind Integrative Project Delivery
  5. Summarize the basic steps for Integrative Project Delivery
  6. Understand the basic concept of Building Commissioning and how it applies to your project
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Created by

GreenSpring Institute™, LLC
Taylor, PA
United States

Leaders

Jan Russell

President GreenSpring Institute™, LLC
USGBC Education Partners are leaders and trusted voices and reputable providers of green building and sustainability education. Learn more

2 commentsLeave a comment

Architect USGBC Faculty, Greenscape, LLC
Pro Reviewer
3

This course is a simple overview of some new aspects of the design and construction industry - specifically Integrative Project Delivery (IPD) and Building Information Modeling (BIM). It contains good, basic information on LEED and "general considerations before you build", which would be especially helpful to contractors and those on the construction side of the industry. The course discusses one method of doing IPD, though other methods exist, so do not be dismayed if you don't fit the model described exactly. The "soft skills" (i.e., dealing with project team members, designating single PM among many, encouragement of each other, collaboration and sharing information) are the most valuable part of the discussion and could be applied to most projects and teams.

Sustainability Consultant, New Leaf Sustainability Consulting
Pro Reviewer
4

This is a good intro to basic terms and concepts in sustainable building design and construction, including integrative project delivery. Those new to integrative project delivery, BIM, commissioning, and third party green building rating systems will benefit from this course. The presentation is covers several rating systems in addition to LEED and provides several additional resources within the slides.

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