MN LEED Lunch & Learn: Alexandria Area High School: The Road to LEED Silver | U.S. Green Building Council
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MN LEED Lunch & Learn: Alexandria Area High School: The Road to LEED Silver

GBCI: 0920010955

With its open, collaborative spaces, energy efficiency achievements, and flexible design components, the LEED Silver Alexandria Area High School has earned national attention as the school of the future.
Eligible for 1 CE HOUR.
  • 1 CE

  • LEED AP BD+C
  • LEED Green Associate

LEED version: v2009

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With its open, collaborative spaces, energy efficiency achievements, and flexible design components, the LEED Silver Alexandria Area High School has earned national attention as the school of the future. Get an inside look at some of the factors and considerations, including community engagement, engineering design and construction management support, that delivered this project from vision to reality.

Objectives

  1. • Understand strategies for Community Engagement as a driving force in achieving LEED goals
  2. • Describe the design and implementation of Energy Performance strategies. LEED 2009 BD+C Credits - EAp2: Minimum Energy Performance and EAc1: Optimize Energy Performance. LO #3- Indoor Environmental
  3. • Explain the steps needed for successful Indoor Environmental Quality strategies. LEED 2009 BD+C Credits - EQc3.1: Construction IAQ Management Plan During Construction and EQc3.2 : Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan – Before Occupancy, EQp1: Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance.
  4. • Describe lessons learned in pursuing FSC Wood strategies. LEED 2009 BD+C Credit - MRc7: Certified Wood.
Intermediate

Created by

USGBC Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN
United States

Leaders

Jason Rentmeester

Project Manager, LEED AP BD + C Kraus-Anderson Construction Company

Trevor Peterson

Director of Business Services