Interested in LEED as it is applied to schools?
Need to get some AIA learning units?
Then you might want to check out this upcoming, free webinar, “LEED for Schools: Overcoming the Challenges.”
When: Wednesday, March 21st, 2012 at 2pm EDT
Register for the Webinar Here.
From the website: This intermediate seminar will look at the Center of Lifelong Learning in Sayerville, New Jersey, a Platinum level project certified under the LEED for Schools rating system as a case study. The webinar will look at the perspectives of the different team members, including the architect, the construction manager, the owner, and the commissioning agent. Each of these panelists will provide examples of the challenges the project incurred and how the team overcame those hurdles for the project to earn Platinum level certification. The intent of the webinar is meant to provide the attendees with actual strategies specific to the LEED for Schools rating system focusing on the importance of integration and communication.
Upon completion of the seminar, a participant will be able to:
- Identify proactive measures when pursuing a LEED project during design and construction under the LEED for Schools rating system
- Assess the challenges of pursuing certain LEED strategies, as related to local building codes
- Identify the benefits of communicating, education, and training of the entire project team
- Compare the advantages of the commissioning process
Editor’s Note: there are certain requirements to getting the LU credit, involving obtaining a passing score on a 10 question quiz following the webinar. (See site for particulars).