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Putting Yourself in Your Contractor's Boots and O&M Staff's Shoes

An understanding of team roles on different types of LEED projects
Eligible for 3 CE HOURS.
  • 3 CE

  • LEED AP BD+C
  • LEED AP O+M
  • LEED Green Associate

LEED version: v2009

Published on: August 19, 2014

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This 2-part course gives participants an understanding of team roles on different types of LEED v2009 projects.

Specifically, Part 1 focuses on the General Contractor team role on a LEED for New Construction and Major Renovations (LEED-NC) project and the information and resources needed for a successful project.

Part 2 reviews staff and team member responsibilities on a LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance (EBOM) project.

Part 1 – General Contractors Role in an NC project

Background
• General Contractors vs. subcontractors
• LEED--‐NC prerequisite and credit documentation responsibilities

LEED--‐NC Tools
• Specifications
• Trainings and Meetings
• LEED Information Resource

LEED--‐NC Examples
• Understanding the challenges faced in gathering and deciphering product information

Part 2 – Team roles on an O&M Project

LEED EBOM Background
• Process
• Stakeholders
o Required signatories
o USGBC suggested certification strategy

LEED EBOM Tools
• Working with vendors
• Working with occupants

LEED EBOM Example
• Green cleaning example

Objectives

  1. Articulate why the General Contractor has an important role on a LEED project
  2. Cite the LEED prerequisites and credits that the General Contractor has full or shared documentation responsibility
  3. Describe at least two tools that designers can use to assist General Contractors in meeting LEED requirements in the field
  4. Contrast the General Contractor's role vs. the subcontractor's role in providing LEED documentation
  5. Recognize the varied stakeholders involved in a LEED EBOM project
  6. Consider how to organize the team to effectively manage the process
  7. Summarize tools to work with vendors and occupants in a LEED EBOM project
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Huntersville, NC
United States

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Included sessions

 

Putting Yourself in Your Contractor's Boots and O&M Staff's Shoes
Part 1 – General Contractor's Role on a LEED NC project

 

Putting Yourself in Your Contractor's Boots and O&M Staff's Shoes
Part 2 – Team roles on a LEED O&M Project

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