Join USGBC South Carolina Upstate on Thursday, Sept. 1 at the Craig Gaulden Davis office for our LEED Indoor Environmental Quality webinar.
These LEED credits address key factors such as indoor air quality, lighting, acoustics, and the occupant experience to promote happier and healthier building occupants.
This session — sponsored by Craig Gaulden Davis — will cover each prerequisite and credit in a credit-by-credit format presenting technical requirements and strategies that work to achieve them.
- Recognize how credits focus on the quality of spaces and human behavior and experiences.
- Recognize how credits address issues related to improving indoor air quality by reducing sources of contaminants.
- Identify the intent, requirements, and strategies for success with Materials and Resources credits.
- Recognize how credit requirements lead to higher performing buildings and market transformation.
Continuing Education (CE) hours and AIA HSW
- GBCI: 1.5 CE (0090010607)
- LEED specific: LEED AP BD+C; LEED Green Associate; LEED AP ID+C
- AIA: 1.5 LU/HSW
About the webinar series
Our five-part webinar series covers the technical requirements of the LEED v4 Building Design and Construction rating systems. We review each credit category, touch on every prerequisite and credit, and highlight differences specific to project type adaptations.
Hear from LEED v4 experts as they share valuable technical information and personal experiences to demonstrate how credits have been achieved on real LEED projects. In each session, you will also gain essential knowledge for successful implementation of the rating systems by learning credit intents, key concepts, requirements, strategies, referenced standards and synergies within all credit categories. Synergies and differences for the Interior Design and Construction rating systems will also be addressed.
You can earn 1.5 GBCI LEED specific CE and 1.5 AIA HSW per webinar.
- July 7 — Location & Transportation
- July 21 — Sustainable Sites
- Aug. 4 — Water Efficiency, Energy & Atmosphere
- Aug. 18 — Materials & Resources