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Workshop

LEED Lunch & Learn: LEED Case Study, Mall of America

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Starts On - July 12, 2016 - 11:30am
Ends On - July 12, 2016 - 1:00pm
701 Xenia Avenue South
Minneapolis , MN 55416

Learn about Mall of America's LEED certified expansion of hotel, retail and office space.

Phil Stien and Shona O'Dea of DLR Group will discuss the process of LEED certification for three separate components of the Mall of America expansion project: the retail addition, the office building, and the JW Marriott hotel.

Nathan Klutz, construction director for the mall, will also be present to detail the owner's commitment to LEED building certification and explain the sustainable components of the building's operation.

Learning objectives:

  1. Understand the major differences between LEED New Construction and LEED Core and Shell rating systems
  2. Know the elements in sustainable site selection that contribute the most LEED credits
  3. Define how to separate LEED projects that are part of the same development
  4. Know several unique options for achieving LEED Innovation in Design credits

Guest registration is $20. Member registration is $10.

This session qualifies for one hour of LEED specific GBCI CE.

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