LEED v4: The Intersection of Collaboration, Performance and Well-being | U.S. Green Building Council
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LEED v4: The Intersection of Collaboration, Performance and Well-being

GBCI: 0920002133

Benefit from lessons learned during an office build-out/tenant improvement project that is striving to achieve a LEED v4 Platinum Certification.
Eligible for 1 CE HOUR.
  • 1 CE

  • LEED Green Associate
  • LU

Rating system: v4

Published on: November 24, 2014

Average: 4.6 (47 votes)


The LEED v4 rating system has been recently launched -- the credits have been updated and in some cases are more rigorous. The presenters share their experiences, lessons learned, and recommendations based on participation in the USGBC’s LEED v4 beta program in the Interior Design and Construction category for development of a 15,000 sf office space in an existing building. The focus is on three key themes for success — collaboration, performance, and well-being.

This course is for architects, engineers, green building consultants and anyone else involved in sustainable building. Knowledge of requirements and likely challenges will enable you to be better prepared to meet the new LEED v4 requirements.

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  1. Identify key changes in LEED v4 from previous versions.
  2. Recognize specific LEED v4 criteria for creating an office workspace in an existing building.
  3. Recognize key aspects of the LEED v4 Integrative Process credit.
  4. Identify significant factors that contribute to occupant well-being.
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Thornton Tomasetti, Inc.
New York, NY
United States


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