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LEED v4 for Retail Projects

GBCI: 0920004316

The new LEED v4 Rating System that would impact retail projects
Eligible for 1 CE HOUR.
  • 1 CE

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

Rating system: v4

Published on: November 26, 2015

Average: 3.6 (57 votes)
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This course reviews the greatest changes in the new LEED v4 Rating System that would impact retail projects and what credits provide the biggest "bang for the buck". Real life relational stories are included to help reinforce some of the concepts and actions. We'll also review when the NC Rating System should be used or when the project is more aligned with the CI Rating System.

Objectives

  1. List general changes in LEEDv4 (rating system NC)
  2. Name the greatest changes impacting the health, safety, and welfare of the building occupants
  3. Explain the credits that provide the greatest impact on retail projects Implement ideas for some specific credits mentioned
  4. Recall timing and documentation to ensure success
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Design Principal, Amass design LLC
3

interesting material covered

Principal, Place Maker Design
3

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Balfour Beatty Construction
4

very good

Vice President - Sustainability Services, Weathermatic
4

Good course

Project Drafter, Coreslab Structures
3

Good info.

Project Assistant, Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Company
4

I found this presentation to be interesting and educational.

Southern California Edison
2

provided good info; very poor format, especially on video; helped to have workbook

Vice President, Trammell Crow Company
4

Very dense yet informative

HVAC & Sustainability engineer, Jacobs
3

helpful

founder / principal, urbanstrong, LLC
5

just like the healthcare one, i appreciated the checkpoint quizzes and the fact that i had to click to advance each slide. kept me present. also, the speaker spoke very clearly and efficiently- easy to understand and no wasted words.
i will seek out her courses in the future.

Mechanical Engineer, Brown Engineers, LLC
4

Thanks!

Architect, Cushman & Wakefield
2

Audio did not work, or was not present. This took away form the presentation.

Designer, ARCADIS
5

good

Director, BEE - Bisagni Environmental Enterprise
3

Not working on IOS devices

Engineer, Korea And Middle East Tr Manufacturing
4

The way it is presented is nice

Sustainable Advisor, Space of Gratitude
4

Great content
Comparison
Good sound and visuals
Liked the checkpoints

Graduate Student, The University of Georgia
3

Ok course.

3

Informative

Senior Manager, KPMG, LLP
1

The powerpoint fonts are messed up and unable to read online

Associate, ARCADIS
5

Really help my work

Director of Design , SAGE ARCH
3

hmmm

Vice President, ARCADIS
4

Good Course for retail

HVAC Mechanical Engineer, Peterson Engineering
2

I didn't finish this coarse because it didn't seem to have anything to do with retail specifically. Instead it was simply about the changes to the LEED v4 Rating system verses v2009. I was hoping to learn how LEED is applied to Retail specifically.

Interior Designer, Royal Touch
4

great, mostly shared the same info with the v4 for Healthcare course

U.S. General Services Administration
5

Great course. Very informative. I especially liked the Summary of Changes at the end of each section.

5

Good content. It took two hours for one hour credit. That is not good.

Facilities Manager, Cushman & Wakefield
5

Great for understanding new credits that are applicable to a retail application.

Associate, ARCADIS
3

Helpful Course

4

Helpful examples!

Engrineer, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
4

Detailed and great!

Preconstruction Director, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
2

Too much clicking for the amount of information provided. However it was useful information.

Gordon & Greenberg Architects
4

Its a good presentation for new Retail store desin and how to LEED credits.

JLL
4

Great course.

Interior Designer, N/A
2

its more concentrated in new credits or pre-requisites, rather than in retail projects

TD Bank Group
5

Great overview

Sr. Administrative Assistant, Cushman & Wakefield
2

Content was accurate

Junior Intern Architect, PERKINS+WILL
2

okay

5

Informative and concise. "Bang for the buck" line item is very helpful.

Engineer-In-Training , HKS, Inc.
4

I enjoyed the bookmarked format of the course. The credit changes overview at the end of each section was also very valuable.

Turner Construction Company
4

Great Informaiton

Mgr - Structural Dept, Haskell
3

Technical disconnect between 1st LT Minor slide and spoken text (which was a repeat of the Integrative Process dialogue)

Green Building Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council

Thanks for letting us know.

Senior Associate, AMAG
4

Retail projects in middle increasing, so it is a great help

staff, NIHON SEKKEI, INC.
3

ce

Project Manager, TSD

Very Informative

Project Manager, Cushman & Wakefield
5

Very detailed.

Associate Director , AECOM
4

Useful overview

Sustainability Consultant, University of Maine System
5

Very informative and comprehensive

Lead-Occupancy Planning , JLL
4

good one!

Design Staff, ARCADIS
5

A good study material for Retail projects

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