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Introduction to LEED v4
Measuring for Success

GBCI: 0090010296

Explore performance as a foundation of LEED v4. Experts describe how the rating system's credit requirements are more closely aligned with performance.
Eligible for 1 CE HOUR.
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  • LEED AP BD+C
  • LEED Green Associate
  • LEED AP O+M
  • LEED AP ID+C
  • LEED AP ND
  • LEED AP Homes
  • LU/HSW

LEED version: v4

Published on: October 25, 2013

Average: 4.1 (345 votes)
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About

LEED v4 takes a systems thinking approach and emphasizes the connections within a building in order to improve overall performance. This session emphasizes the role of performance and how the underlying frameworks of flexibility, integrative process, and performance are aimed at improving the user experience in LEED v4.

Objectives

  1. Describe the role of performance data to address LEED system goals
  2. Recognize performance goals in each of the LEED credit categories
  3. Identify benefits of the performance criteria in LEED v4
  4. Describe LEED’s adaptability to meet specific project needs

Series

This course is a part of the following series:
Introduction to LEED v4

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

Leaders

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    Christopher Schaffner made 7 contributions in the last 6 months

Christopher Schaffner

Principal and Founder The Green Engineer, Inc.
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    Lynn N. Simon made 1 contribution in the last 6 months
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Lynn N. Simon

Senior Vice President Thornton Tomasetti, Inc.
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Other sessions included in that series:

 

Introduction to LEED v4
Measuring for Success

 

Introduction to LEED v4
Key Concepts and Strategies

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McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
4
Project Engineer, ECCOIII Enterprises Inc
4

Good information on new credits

4

Great

Sustainable Projects Consultant
5

Great course to have an overall idea about the new version and the highlights of changes.

Structural Engineer Intern, HOK
5

great knowledge

Associate Principal, EHDD Architecture
3

helpful

studiotrope Design Collective
3

Hard to hear the audio sometimes

President, Bradley Wheeler Architecture & Construct
4

good summary of LEED v4

4

worked great

3

Well put together.

4

good information. nice overview with a consistent theme

Maintenance Manager, Sino Estates Management Limited
4

good arrangement and well presnetation

Strada Architecture, LLC
4

I found the session very thorough.

Architectural Project Designer, Virginia Tech
4

Nice overview of the whys behind some pesky new requirements

5

Very Good

Architect, Universidad de Buenos Aires
3

it doesnt have good sound.

Architect, FGM Architects Inc.
5

Very Informative.

Project Manager, Trinity Management Group, LLC
3

Seemed more of a basic level course than intermediate.

Engineer, St Johns County - Public Works
4

Good overview

Intern, University of California, Berkeley
5

Thorough overview and had the right amount of examples to support the content.

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER, STUDIO NABENA + PARTNERS
5

I love the water metering concept.

Sustainability Professional - Principal, DBD Services, LLC
3

informative

5

Very well explained

Designer, CallisonRTKL
5

A refined introduction towards the LEED v4

Sales Engineer, Smith Power Products
5

The pace and material were great!

Roche Constructors, Inc.
4

Great! Concise and informative.

Energy Engineer, KGD Architecture (Kishimoto.Gordon.Dalaya PC)
5

Excellent course

senior architect, Fleury S. A.
4

It was a good to know the impruviments

Vice General Engineer, KKECO
4

It's very useful.

Senior Director, AtSite
3

Okay. Good overview.

Deputy Manager, Ireo
4

It was informative.

Utility Program Manager, Opterra Energy Services
5

Very helpful!

Manager, Mumbai International Airport Pvt Ltd
4

informative

Student, Southern Polytechnic State University
4

Easy to follow - great information!

AECOM
4

Very informative.

ESD Engineer, Squire Mech (Shanghai) Co., Ltd
5

Clear and informative.

5

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Sr.Civil Engineer, LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE, Saudi Binladin Group
5

Very useful..thank you

Welch Environmental Innovation Fellow, Natural Resources Defense Council
4

Good foundational material

Structure Tone, Inc.
5

good overview and summary of the changes,

Principal, Wilsonart LLC
5

Does a good job of tying it all together...

ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEER, Smithsonian Institution
5

Informative and critical

The LDS Church
4

Very good

Mechanical Engineer, NYC HRA
3

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Mechanical Engineer, NYC HRA
3

3

IBI GROUP
4

Good course, thanks

Architect, U.S. Navy, NAVFAC Southwest
4

Good course

Project Coordinator, GS Engineering & Construction Corp.
5

Great

Senior Architect/Project Manager , CEG International
5

Perfect and concentrated

Architect, MTA
3

Would love to see a course that focus on v3 vs v4. That would really help show the direction of goals best.

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