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Earn 3 or 6 LEED GA or LEED AP CEUs to maintain your credential!
This is a multi-session workshop focusing on LEED v4.1 in the Operations and Maintenance and Building Design and Construction.
Tickets for each individual session or a Full Day ticket are available.
- 9:00AM – Session Building Design and Construction and Interior Design and Construction session
- 12:00PM – Session Ends
- 12:00-1:00PM Class is released and series attendees break for lunch (Lunch will not be provided)
- 1:00PM – Session for Operations and Maintenance session
- 4:00PM – Session Ends
Meet the team who develops LEED and take a deeper look at LEED v4.1 with these interactive workshops on LEED v4.1
In a world that is constantly evolving, one of the hallmarks of LEED is “continuous improvement.” With each new version, LEED raises the bar on the green building industry. The latest version of LEED, LEED v4.1 is the next generation standard for green building design, construction, operations and performance.During this 2-part event, attendees will be guided through the LEED v4.1 credits. You can choose to review the full rating system with a full day event or select a half-day. Participants will have the opportunity to connect directly with USGBC technical staff to ask questions.
For new buildings and interiors (BD+C and ID+C)
October 30 | 9AM-12PM
This course is approved for 3 GBCI CE hours (GA + AP – BD+C, ID+C)
During this half-day workshop we will walk participants through LEED v4.1 BD+C and ID+C credits including a restructured Materials and Resources section, the addition of a greenhouse gas emissions metric and updated thresholds. The workshop will also touch on the full life cycle of the building, by reviewing LEED Operations and Maintenance and recertification options available to projects and how BD+C and ID+C credits are structured to support ongoing performance.
For existing buildings (O+M)
October 30 | 1PM-4PM
This course is approved for 3 GBCI CE hours (GA + AP – O+M)
This workshop will provide participants with a deep look into LEED v4.1 O+M and the information needed to pursue certification. The focus will be on understanding certification options, best practices for sustainable operations and maintenance, and the new options available through the LEED v4.1 beta using the Arc platform. In a world that is constantly evolving, one of the hallmarks of LEED is “continuous improvement.” With each new version, LEED raises the bar on the green building industry with an outcome-based approach to LEED certification. The newest update to the LEED rating systems, LEED v4.1, represents a series of upgrades that will update the referenced standards to encourage leadership, respond to market feedback, and make the LEED rating system more accessible than ever before. We will share success stories in case studies of certification to inspire users that you too can bring LEED to your portfolio of existing buildings.
Thank you to our sponsor JBG Smith!
2101 L Street NW
Washington DC 20037