Lunch & Learn: Traversing the Crosswalk Between Minnesota Green Communities and LEED (Northeast Branch) | U.S. Green Building Council
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Seminar

Lunch & Learn: Traversing the Crosswalk Between Minnesota Green Communities and LEED (Northeast Branch)

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Starts On - December 19, 2016 - 12:00pm
Ends On - December 19, 2016 - 1:00pm
West Superior St
Duluth , MN 55802

The unique skills of a LEED Accredited Professional are well suited to projects needing historic preservation and alternative green certification. Join the project team of the Historic Cameron Apartments in a discussion of the similarities and differences of the Enterprise Green Communities Standard and LEED BD+C.

Learn how the team used green building principals as a tool improving equity, and found opportunities to extend sustainable design and construction to operations and maintenance.

You can receive 1 Continuing Education Hour (LEED specific) for attending this event.

Objectives

  • To understand complexity of preserving historic buildings and prioritizing resource efficiency as addressed in MNGC and LEED v4
  • To compare and contrast Enterprise Green Communities Criteria with the LEED BD+C Standard
  • To articulate how green building is a tool for improving equity as addressed in MNGC and LEED v4
  • To recognize opportunities to extend sustainable design + construction to operations + maintenance using these standards

This event is located in Studio 4 at the LHB office. You can take the elevator to the fifth floor and then take the stairs down to the fourth floor. You can watch a recording of this seminar on Designing for the Future.

A group lunch will be ordered; if you'd like to share this lunch, please bring $5 to help cover the cost.