` Lessons Learned from 99 LEED Projects: Water
Lessons Learned from 99 LEED Projects: Water

Lessons Learned from 99 LEED Projects: Water


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Lessons Learned from 99 LEED projects is a 6-part series that looks at 99 LEED Gold and Platinum certified projects to identify what strategies work best and are most popular in each of the 6 LEED categories: Sustainable Sites, Water Efficiency, Energy & Atmosphere, Materials & Resources, Indoor Environmental Quality, and Innovation in Design.

We will be discussing the most frequently applied strategies, those that are easiest to implement, and those that stand out as especially unique or elegant solutions. This particular course provides an in- depth look at the importance of Water Efficiency as it applies to Green Buildings; LEED Projects. 99 LEED certified Projects (30+Platinum, 40+Gold and Rest Silver) representing new construction, existing building and commercial interior were chosen to analyze the strategies these projects implemented to enhance water efficiency.

The course explains strategies for WE credits under BD+C/O+M/ID+C Rating systems. Attendees will learn how to strategically incorporate various measures for LEED credit compliance through various case studies.


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  1. Describe the WE credits for BD+C, ID+C and O+M.
  2. Discuss the intents of WE credits measures.
  3. Identify the credits most frequently earned by LEED projects.
  4. Evaluate common water conservation strategies implemented on LEED projects.
  5. Analyze unusual or particularly effective water-related strategies.