Date(s) - 18/07/2017
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
This workshop is intended to help site contractors to meet their LEED credits by providing a walk-through of the primary credits for which the contractor has responsibility, including tools and strategies for achieving LEED points. From kick off to close out and post-occupancy, this workshop will cover the requirements and documentation that construction managers, contractors and builders, site managers, site engineers and other construction professionals need to know.
a) Brief overview of LEED 2009 and LEED v4, including categories and credits
(It is advised that participants have an introductory knowledge of the LEED system before the workshop, as there will not be time for a full review. This could be through project experience, introductory LEED 2009 readings, introductory LEED v4 readings,or webinars.
b) Contractor roles and responsibilities during the construction phase of a LEED project, including LEED process, specifications and tendering, scheduling and project management, training and compliance on site, using the LEED online forms.
c) Review of LEED 2009 credits & LEEDv4 credits with significant contractor role in implementation. Discussion includes understanding credit requirements, monitoring and documentation requirements, samples and templates
- Construction Activity Pollution Prevention
- Building and Materials Reuse
- Construction (and Demolition) Waste Management
- Materials Credits (Building Product Disclosure and Optimisation Credits)
- Construction Indoor Air Quality Management
- Low-emitting Materials
- Building Commissioning
- Innovation in Design credits
About the presenter:
Devyn Olson-Sawyer, LEED BD+C, has been a LEED Accredited professional since 2002. Her experience includes projects in the United States and Ireland, and she is an active sustainability consultant and presenter in a number of areas. Devyn is a co-founder of the Irish Green Building Council and currently serves on the IGBC board.
Bookings are closed for this event.