LEED v4 Project Implementation
LEED v4 Project Implementation

LEED v4 Project Implementation



Are you Ready for LEED v4? Learn, Analyze and Master LEED v4 rating system in a month by working on an actual LEED v4 project and earn 15 CE Hours approved by GBCI and AIA.

Live sessions held on Wednesdays from 6-9 pm CST beginning the first Wednesday of every month.

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The LEED v4 rating system has improved dramatically. Get ready for LEED v4 with GBRI’€™s Project implementation Course Series. Get access for 2 Years and stay armed with easy to use tools, sample v4 forms and examples, this 4-week online course series is a must-have for Architects, Engineers and Project Managers. Utilizing an actual LEED v4 BD+C project, this course walks through credit requirements, reference standards, implementation strategies, and documentation guidelines, while also highlighting the changes from the previous version of LEED. This course is ideal for LEED APs looking for practical experience working on an actual LEED v4 project. This course series is approved for 15 GBCI/ AIA LUs including 6 LEED Specific BD+C Hours

Wednesdays from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm CST beginning the first Wednesday of every month



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  • By the end of our LEED Project Implementation Course, you will be able to Identify the intent, requirements, and strategies for success with all credit categories under LEED v4 (IP, LT, SS, WE, EA, MR IEQ, ID and RP) and
  • Recognize how the holistic approach of site selection benefits the project and LEED credits.
  • You will also learn to Integrate the project with local and regional ecosystems  AND
  • Recognize synergies between multiple credits
  • Last but not least, you will analyze credit calculations, look at tips for international projects, learn what’s changed from LEED 2009 and see which credits qualify for exemplary performance in the background of an actual LEED v4 project.