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Sustainability Made Simple: Arc and LEED v4.1 for Existing Buildings

GBCI: 0920016507

This course offers an in-depth introduction to LEED v4.1 and Arc - and how projects can earn re-certification through these platforms.
Eligible for 1.25 CE HOURS.
  • 1.25 CE

Rating system: v4.1

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Join us as we introduce two powerful performance-based tools that are transforming existing buildings: Arc and LEED v4.1 EBOM. LEED v4.1 is a more inclusive update that allows existing building or existing interiors projects to earn LEED points through building performance monitoring, scoring and analytics and is powered by Arc. Arc, a technology platform for scoring performance and global comparison, offers a straightforward way to measure efficiencies across energy, water, waste, transportation and human experience activities. Sustainability marketing and engagement is made easy with Arc's clean, visual indicators. Arc reduces cost and complexity whether you are starting to green your existing facility, interested in pursuing a sustainability certification, comparing portfolios of facilities, or pursuing climate action goals. Learn how to use Arc and LEED v4.1 to project the best path for your building’s sustainability performance.

Objectives

  1. Illustrate the connection between strategies and outcomes in LEED v4.1 O+M
  2. Compare Arc and LEEDv4.1 O+M’s application for different building types.
  3. Discuss the sources of data in buildings and connections to ongoing performance management
  4. Describe Arc’s Performance Score metrics and process of benchmarking facility performance through energy, water, waste, transportation, and the human experience.
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USGBC Central Plains
Kansas City, MO
United States
Entegrity
Little Rock, AR
United States

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April Ambrose

Business Development Executive Entegrity