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LEED for Homes Documentation Tips

GBCI: 0920013535

LEED for homes documentation requirements are much different than commercial, but there is still a lot you need to know. Join us as we cover some of the program requirements for documenting LEED credits in the LEED for Homes 2008 & Version 4 lowrise & midrise programs, including sign-offs, durability forms, energy star documentation, photo strategies, energy modeling, accountability forms and checklist initials. Learn the benefits of using online file management systems to engage your teams and easily track and assign documentation responsibilities.
Eligible for 1 CE HOUR.
  • 1 CE

  • LEED AP Homes
  • LEED Green Associate
  • LU/HSW

Rating system: v4, v2009

Published on: June 08, 2017

Average: 4.4 (5 votes)
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LEED for homes documentation requirements are much different than commercial, but there is still a lot you need to know. Join us as we cover some of the program requirements for documenting LEED credits in the LEED for Homes 2008 & Version 4 lowrise & midrise programs, including sign-offs, durability forms, energy star documentation, photo strategies, energy modeling, accountability forms and checklist initials. Learn the benefits of using online file management systems to engage your teams and easily track and assign documentation responsibilities. You will learn the benefits of using the LEED for Homes rating system which includes more streamlined documentation through the use of a 3rd party on site Green Rater. For those of familiar with LEED, this will serve as a refresher and update you to the new requirements for V4. The session is for project team leaders such as consultants, architects, builders who are managing a LEED project, LEED Green Raters, Energy Raters and/or DIY homeowners managing your own project.

Don’t let LEED documentation get in your way of building better, take advantage of these tips and make your next submission easy.

Many materials will be referenced briefly in this webinar. You can download and access them all here.

Objectives

  1. Understand the LEED preliminary rating (BD+C V4 inp), Integrative Process and 2008 ID 1.34 design charrette and how they can set your project up for success to get good documentation
  2. Articulate the Energy & Atmosphere submittal requirements for modeling, HERS index, and more Energy Star documentation (2008 EA 1 & BD+C V4 EAp/EAc)
  3. Submit durability management and water management details to ensure a better building and get easy LEED points (2008 – ID2.3 & BD+C v4 MRp)
  4. Get confident in your LEED for Homes submissions understand what is now required for Version 4
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GreenHome Institute
Grand Rapids, MI
United States

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Brett Little

Executive Director GreenHome Institute
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