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LEED 2009 Rating System Review (BD+C)
Indoor Environmental Quality

GBCI: 0090000379

This session will explore the LEED Indoor Environmental Quality category in a credit by credit format. We will look at the overall intent of this category, as well as the individual intent of the prerequisites and credits within it.
Eligible for 1.5 CE HOURS.
  • 1.5 CE

  • LEED Green Associate
  • LEED AP BD+C
  • LU/HSW

LEED version: v2009

Published on: December 19, 2013

Average: 4 (17 votes)
4

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This session will explore the LEED Indoor Environmental Quality category in a credit by credit format. We will look at the overall intent of this category, as well as the individual intent of the prerequisites and credits within it. We will also discuss the requirements and verification steps necessary to achieve each credit and some real world examples of strategies used to fulfill each measure.

This five-session webinar series focuses on the technical requirements of the LEED for New Construction and Major Renovations 2009 Rating System, addressing the rating system's seven credit categories: Sustainable Sites (SS), Water Efficiency (WE), Energy and Atmosphere (EA), Materials and Resources (MR), Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ), Innovation in Design (ID) and Regional Priority (RP).

Join us as USGBC LEED Faculty - both experts in LEED and skilled presenters - share personal case examples and demonstrate how credits have been successfully achieved on real LEED projects

Objectives

  1. Recognize potential strategies and relevant team members for achieving Indoor Environmental Quality credits
  2. Describe key Indoor Environmental Quality metrics and standards
  3. Describe examples of Regional Priority credits related to Indoor Environmental Quality
  4. Understand basic documentation considerations for Indoor Environmental Quality
  5. Recognize tools and resources for applying the Indoor Environmental Quality credits to building projects

Series

This course is a part of the following series:
LEED 2009 Rating System Review (BD+C)

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Washington, DC
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Theresa Lehman

LEED Fellow, WELL Faculty, LEED Faculty, LEED AP BD+C, ID+C, WELL AP, Director of Sustainable Services Miron Construction Co., Inc.
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Other sessions included in that series:

 

LEED 2009 Rating System Review
(BD+C)
Indoor Environmental Quality

 

LEED 2009 Rating System Review
(BD+C)
Sustainable Sites

 

LEED 2009 Rating System Review
(BD+C)
Materials and Resources

 

LEED 2009 Rating System Review
(BD+C)
Energy and Atmosphere

 

LEED 2009 Rating System Review
(BD+C)
Water Efficiency & Innovation in Design

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Total 22 commentsLeave a comment

Electrical Engineer, Centerline Solutions, Inc.
2

Full screen mode of these slides doesn't work very well. The top of the screen is chopped off.

Too many cutouts with volume and pauses. Several times the speakers had volume issues with their microphones. There were other cases where slides were rapidly switched back and forth.

LEED Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Thank you for your honest feedback of the program. I was unable to duplicate the issues of the slides not fitting the screen appropriately but, I have passed your information regarding sound on to our technical team.

Project Manager, Gensler
4

good information

HDR, Inc.
4

very helpful- useful interpretation on walk off mats

Architect, University of Missouri - Columbia
4

good

Architect, Macro Design Studio srl
5

Interesting and complete

Architect, Macro Design Studio srl
5

Interesting and complete

BIM COORDINATOR, BAKER ELECTRIC AND SOLAR
5

The sound quality is not good. the voice keeps going in and out.

Director of Design , SAGE ARCH
4

Good!

Assistant professor, Kuwait University
3

good

HDR, Inc.
5

awesome!

Civil Engineer, Colliers International
5

I liked the video, and the info she gave its pretty concise, but the sound is not that good

Skanska
5

Fundamentals are always key good refresher....

Skanska
4

Very informative

Skanska
4

Very informative

Engineer, Turner Construction Company
4

Good session although the sound is not good

Engineer, Turner Construction Company
4

Good session although the sound is not good

Associate Architect, State of California
3

THANKS

BUILDING INSPECTOR & PLANS EXAMINER, Sarasota County Government, Florida

great...thank you

Fluor Enterprises, Inc.
5

Very good and clear review of the IEQ

Director, Sustainability Consulting, JLL

good content - audio quality needs to be improved for large sections of the presentation, though

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

Thanks for your feedback, Franz! We've heard similar feedback from others and will take this into account for future course development. We've also been emphasizing the importance of audio quality to our Education Partners. We appreciate your interest and your feedback!

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