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LEED for Contractors Series

Get to know the roles and responsibilities of the contractor for Sustainable Sites (SS), Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) credits and the specific Materials and Resources (MR) credits for which they are primarily responsible .

LEED version: v2009

Published on: June 19, 2014

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In Part 1, get to know the roles and responsibilities of the contractor for Sustainable Sites (SS) and Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) credits in this 1.5 hour course. We will review which SS and IEQ credits have primary responsibility with the contractor, provide a step-by-step action list for each credit, and share valuable tools for documenting and tracking. The course features hands-on LEED Online template tutorials, and helpful tips for implementation, tracking and documentation throughout. Great insight for all project team members.

During Part 2, this course continues exploring the role of the contractor and the specific Materials and Resources (MR) credits for which they are primarily responsible in this 1.5 hour audio course. We will provide a step-by-step action list for MR credits 3-7, and share valuable tools for documenting and tracking required data. The course features hands-on LEED Online template tutorials, and helpful tips for implementation, tracking and documentation throughout. Great insight for all project team members! (Participation in Part 1 is not required.)

Objectives

  1. List and describe specific LEED credits the Contractor is responsible for in the Sustainable Sites (SS) and Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) categories
  2. List the LEED SS and IEQ credits in which Contractor support is necessary
  3. Identify which of the LEED SS and IEQ credits are out of the Contractor’s control
  4. Implement strategies to meet the LEED requirements for SS and IEQ
  5. Identify real world examples of LEED implementation that have resulted in failure and should be avoided
  6. List specific LEED credits the Contractor is responsible for in the Materials and Resources (MR) category
  7. List the LEED MR credits Contractor support is necessary for
  8. Identify which of the LEED MR credits are out of the Contractor’s control
  9. Plan, implement and document strategies to meet the LEED MR credit requirements
  10. Identify real world examples of LEED implementation that have resulted in failure and should be avoided

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GreenCE, Inc.
San Antonio, TX
United States

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Included sessions

 

LEED for Contractors Series
Part 1: Sustainable Sites and Indoor Environmental Quality

 

LEED for Contractors Series
Part 2: Materials and Resources

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