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GPRO Operations and Maintenance Essentials

GPRO is a comprehensive international training and certificate program that teaches the people who build, renovate and maintain buildings the principles of sustainability combined with trade-specific green construction knowledge.

LUNCHandLEADERS: Sustainability Initiatives on College Campuses

The May LUNCHandLEADERS will feature representatives from Universities across Ohio. Panelists will address initiatives being explored and implemented at their respective institutions, providing insight on the success to-date and the potential of future ideas.

City of Fort Collins' UAB Panel & Tour (Northern Branch)

The City of Fort Collins’ Utilities Administration Building demonstrates how an engaged client, design team, operations team, and occupants can work together to ensure that a high-performance building operates as designed.

USGBC Arizona Celebrates Graduates: Students and Emerging Professionals Social

Come out and celebrate May graduates! USGBC Arizona is proud of our students and want to recognize their efforts. Open to all May Graduates, recent graduates, and emerging professionals. Join us to network with likeminded people, share stories and ideas about sustainability in the built environment, and congratulate the recent grads!

Urban Agriculture & Tour at Green Street Academy

Join USGBC Maryland for a tour at Green Street Academy, highlighting the urban agriculture features of the school.

Social Equity Master Class: Beyond Green: Strategies for Increasing Equitable Outcomes in LEED

Social issues, alongside environment and economics, represent the third pillar of USGBC’s definition of sustainability. To the extent that people face disadvantages that are defined and exacerbated by the very buildings where they live, work and learn, the built environment is an arena where issues of equity can be tackled. Community development corporations, public agencies and grassroots organizations are working to address these issues, but the mainstream green building industry has not yet been leveraged to support those efforts.

Emerging Professionals Summer Social

Meet your fellow emerging professionals in the sustainability and design fields at a night of fun, networking, cornhole, food, raffle prizes and more! The event will take place at Little Harpeth Brewery in Nashville from 5:30-8:00pm. Participating organizations include USGBC, ASCE, ASLA, AIA, TSITE, Nashville Young Professionals in Transportation, and SEA.

Tour at Lehigh Cement Company Plant

Join USGBC Maryland and the Maryland Ready Mix Concrete Association for a tour of the Lehigh Cement Plant in Union Bridge, MD.

LEED Fellow Education Series: Long Beach Courthouse Case Study

The public private partnership delivery model for social infrastructure is a growing market in the USA. This session is focused on how P3 projects achieve the highest levels of building performance while maintaining the quality of the asset over time. The P3 partnership consists of the developer, design builder and facility manager working for the owner. Project contracts are generally 30-40 years in length and include extensive reporting requirements covering all aspects of operations.

Guided Study Session Series - LEED Green Associate

This series is designed to assist with your pursuit of earning a LEED credential.

Demystifying Furniture's Role in Sustainability

It seems each day something is greener, better, and calling louder than the standards of years past. This CEU will seek to define and compare leading sustainability programs in the market and explain the key role furniture plays within each. We will overlay LEVEL® by BIFMA’s rating system and explain its application and relevance to help demystify furniture’s role in sustainability.

Tour of Denver Water's Operations Complex

Join the Metro Education Committee on this informative tour of Denver Water’s Operations Complex.

LEED Green Associate Exam Prep Workshop

USGBC Washington invites you to a LEED GA Exam Prep workshop on Friday, June 8, 2018, hosted by Integral.

Lunch & Learn: Using Light and Darkness to Create Healthy Buildings: An Evidence-Based Approach

In coming years design teams will be asked to provide innovative environments that support the changing demands of a more diverse work force using complex technology, as well as meet the needs of an aging population.

Community and Building Resilience

This presentation will discuss the complex issues surrounding resiliency; how resiliency relates to sustainability, regeneration and the triple bottom line; and tools for measuring resiliency, such as the RELI standard, that are being used in some communities.

Integrated Design through Health Promotion

Health promoting design is rapidly becoming of interest within the building industry. The LEED v4 BD+C Rating System’s Integrative Process for Health Promotion (IPHP) Pilot credit is a stepwise process involving identifying and prioritizing strategies to meet specific health promoting goals in the context of other design constraints. Learn about this LEED Pilot Credit from Meghan Hazer, who was part of the team that developed this LEED Pilot Credit through the UVA Green Health Partnership. Explore the benefits of IPHP through the lens of two medical clinic projects and garner best practices for IPHP.

BUILDINGSinACTION: Huntington Gateway Center

Located on a former Meijer store location, the Huntington Gateway Center is a 210,000-square-foot modern office facility.

USGBC Missouri Gateway LEED Tour: Maplewood Fire Station

Our Annual Green Building Tour will feature the new Maplewood Fire Station which is seeking LEED certification under the v4 rating system. The former Maplewood Fire Station was embedded within the existing City Hall and Police Station municipal complex located along Manchester Road.

NOAA Inouye Regional Center Building Science Tour

Don’t miss this opportunity gain firsthand experience and sustainable design insight from the Design Team of the NOAA Daniel K. Inouye Regional Center that led to LEED Gold Certification and AIA 2017 COTE Top Ten award.

EP CHaRM tour and TRUE Info Session

Join the Emerging Professionals on a tour of CHaRM, The Center for Hard to Recycle Materials, and an educational session on the new TRUE Zero Waste professional credential and facility certification.

Green Tools and Green Drinks - Central NY

U.S. Green Building Council NY Upstate and Syracuse Chapter of CSI invite you to join us June 14th at 4PM at Empire Farm Brewery. Attend a presentation on Choosing the Right Green Tools – An Ecosystem of Green Rating Systems presented by Lauren Staniec of rehabitat cny, llc and Tracie Hall of USGBC. Learn about the tools and rating systems to complement LEED. This presentation will explain how Arc, SITES, TRUE, Parksmart, and other tools can be used together to enable you to design, build, and operate greener buildings and communities. Then at 5:30PM, stay to network with friends and colleagues for Green Drinks.

Summer Rooftop Member Social

Join us as our hosts at McCownGordon treat us to an after-hours summer member social on their rooftop.

Alternative Transportation Strategies for Maryland

Get out of your car and into the reality of alternative transportation. Join us as we explore some of the many alternative transportation options around Maryland. We will examine exciting developments in many forms of local transportation and how these maximizing the use of these alternative transportation options can reduce pollution and land development impacts from automobile use in our area.

LEED v4.1 and Arc - Wichita

Join us in Wichita, Kansas, for a double event. Learn, earn a CEU, and then mix and socialize with your Central Plains Wichita branch colleagues!

LEED v4.1 and Arc - Kansas City

Join us in Kansas City as we explore Arc, USGBC's comprehensive, third-party platform to score and compare building performance that can lead to a variety of building certifications.

Sustainability Tools for Hospitality

Join stakeholders in the Virginia and DC metro area hospitality industry to gain tools for incorporating more sustainable practices into facilities and operations.

Workshop: LEED Green Associate Exam Prep

Get ready for the LEED Green Associate Exam by registering for this Jun. 21 workshop by Alex Spilger.

USGBC Wisconsin Leader Awards & Transformation Awards Reception

Honoring sustainability leaders who are driving market transformation within Wisconsin's built environment

LEED v4 Webinar Series: Indoor Air Quality

Every month USGBC South Carolina will be going into depth about different LEED v4 categories with a live, onsite webinar!

USGBC National Capital Region LEED Green Associate Exam Prep

Looking to take that next step in your career? Get your LEED Green Associate credential! USGBC National Capital Region is partnering with the University of the District of Columbia's Center for Architectural Innovation + Building Science to host a course that will prepare you for success on the LEED Green Associate exam.

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