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Principles of LEED (O+M)

Learn from USGBC's LEED subject matter experts and GBCI reviewers as they provide an in-depth analysis of the key concepts in the LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance rating system.

  • LEED Green Associate
  • LEED AP O+M

LEED version: v2009

Published on: October 24, 2013

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Learn from USGBC's LEED subject matter experts and GBCI reviewers as they provide an in-depth analysis of the key concepts in the LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance rating system.

This six-hour series will address the critical knowledge and skills that LEED APs with an O+M specialty should possess by first reviewing key implementation strategies for LEED, and then exploring each of the five credit categories. Our speakers will walk through each credit category, highlighting common challenges that project teams face and provide tips on turning these challenges into successes. This series is aimed at LEED APs with a working knowledge of the LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance rating system, looking to improve their understanding of the LEED certification process and how to maximize success. Explore best practices in documentation, the impact of project timing, team involvement, and requirements essential to project team success.

Objectives

  1. Identify possible roles of a LEED AP and how a LEED AP is critical to the success of a LEED project
  2. Use guidance documents and resources to stay up to date about rating system requirements
  3. Identify strategies for meeting requirements of key LEED credits
  4. Avoid common errors in LEED submittals
  5. Identify best practices in LEED documentation
  6. Recognize the impact and importance early planning has in terms of maximizing benefits and performance on a LEED project
  7. Prepare for new requirements and benefits to projects in the evolution of LEED
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U.S. Green Building Council
Washington, DC
United States

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Included sessions

 

Principles of LEED
(O+M)
LEED Implementation

 

Principles of LEED
(O+M)
Water Efficiency

 

Principles of LEED
(O+M)
Materials and Resources

 

Principles of LEED
(O+M)
Indoor Environmental Quality

 

Principles of LEED
(O+M)
Sustainable Sites

 

Principles of LEED
(O+M)
Energy and Atmosphere

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