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Construction Indoor Air Quality Management for LEED Projects
 
Presented by:
Charlie Popeck - Green Ideas
 
Summary:
In this session, our presenter will review updates to the LEED Rating system, identify the key IEQ credit requirements and strategies before, during and after construction, and review a detailed analysis of a LEED-friendly Indoor Air Quality Management plan that can be used to drive the achievement of all applicable IEQ credits.

   
 
     
 
Construction Management Tools for LEED Projects
 
Presented by:
Mark Wilhelm - Green Ideas
 
Summary:
In this webinar you will learn the skills needed to successfully manage a LEED project such as understanding the LEED documentation process, and learning how to develop and integrate a successful materials procurement strategy.

 
 
     
 
Costs and Benefits of Green Building
 
Presented by:
Charlie Popeck - Green Ideas
 
Summary:
An overview of green building costs and associated benefits is the focus of this course. We explore and define benefits and cost types while reviewing how to integrate alternative building materials into the overall project budget. The strategy of implementing a "whole-building" perspective is highlighted throughout.

 
 
     
 
Green Garage Certification - An Introduction
 
Presented by:
Trevyr Meade - Green Parking Council & Matt Davis - Watyr Design, Inc.
 
Summary:
This one hour session will introduce the Green Garage Certification Program, provide an overview of its specific management, programmatic, technological and structural elements and highlight the experiences of a Green Garage Assessor leading the Certification process for Stanford University’s Roble Field Parking Structure, one the first New Construction projects to seek certification.

 
 
     
 
LEED for Specialty Contractors
 
Presented by:
Mark Wilhelm - Green Ideas
 
Summary:
This course was designed to remove the intimidation factor for specialty contractors and product professionals by demystifying the LEED process. We begin with an overview of LEED and the different construction plans and procedures required, present recommendations for selecting products, then conclude with examples of how to properly complete LEED documentation.

 
 
     
 
Roadmap to Effective Green Marketing
 
Presented by:
Tara Haviland - Green Ideas
 
Summary:
This brief course provides a direct pathway to developing clear, concise and comprehensive environmental product data. You will learn the types of questions that need to be answered before developing an environmental profile; the information that needs to be gathered; and most importantly the most useful format for your customers. In addition we will review the submittal process for documenting a LEED project to help provide more depth to your understanding of the customer’s needs.

 
 
     
 
Selecting and Documenting Products for LEED
 
Presented by:
Charlie Popeck - Green Ideas
 
Summary:
This course covers how to select and document products for LEED projects. We start with an overview of the LEED Rating Systems and then focus on how to choose and specify products for different LEED Credits and the Point impacts these products will have. The course closes with product documentation guidance and a short quiz reviewing the course material.

 
 
     
 
The Owner has Decided to Pursue LEED Certification; Now What?
 
Presented by:
Stephen Nisakanen - Broaddus & Associates
 
Summary:
This webinar provides the participant with a broad overview of sustainability and the 2009 LEED certification process. It provides actionable suggestions for the CM to consider when integrating a LEED Certification requirement into the project delivery lifecycle. Special risks associated with LEED Certification are reviewed, along with suggestions for mitigating these risks. Learn keys to successfully delivering LEED Certification as a CM.

 
 
     
 
Trends in Greenhouse Gas Reporting
 
Presented by:
Tara Haviland - Green Ideas
 
Summary:
The industrial sector is increasingly aware that reducing and reporting emissions that impact climate change is a necessity rather than an option. Pressure from stakeholders, impending state and EPA regulations, increased risk and liability, as well as efficiency goals are driving decision makers to better understand this significant issue facing industry today. This educational program provides a brief overview of the types of regulatory measures that are either is place or being debated and the importance of reporting your greenhouse gas emissions in today’s economy.

 
 
 

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