Apr 24
LEED Project Series – Part 6: Documenting the Indoor Environmental Quality and Innovation Categories
24 Apr, 2018. 0 Comments. . Posted By: Erica Jackson
COURSE DESCRIPTION As a part of a LEED project team, you will be responsible for documenting your project in order to submit for review and ultimately, to achieve LEED certification. There are seven credit categories in the LEED Rating systems in which you can document criteria and attempt points. In each of these categories, there are prerequisites or credits that are regularly submitted with documentation issues that can be easily avoided with a better understanding of the requirements. This session will focus on the Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) and Innovation (IN) categories.   WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Managers and associates involved…
Apr 24
LEED Project Series – Part 4: Documenting the Water Efficiency Category
24 Apr, 2018. 0 Comments. . Posted By: Erica Jackson
COURSE DESCRIPTION As a part of a LEED project team, you will be responsible for documenting your project in order to submit for review and ultimately, to achieve LEED certification. There are seven credit categories in the LEED Rating systems in which you can document criteria and attempt points. In each of these categories, there are prerequisites or credits that are regularly submitted with documentation issues that can be easily avoided with a better understanding of the requirements. This session will focus on the Water Efficiency (WE) category.   WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Managers and associates involved in any aspect of…
Apr 24
LEED Project Series – Part 3: Project Tips – Documenting Integrative Process, Sustainable Sites, and Location & Transportation Category
24 Apr, 2018. 0 Comments. . Posted By: Erica Jackson
COURSE DESCRIPTION As a part of a LEED project team, you will be responsible for documenting your project in order to submit for review and ultimately, to achieve LEED certification. There are seven credit categories in the LEED Rating systems from which you can document criteria and attempt points. In each of these categories, there are prerequisites or credits that are regularly submitted with documentation issues that can be easily avoided with a better understanding of the requirements. This session will focus on the Integrative Process (IP), Sustainable Sites (SS), and Location and Transportation (LT) credit categories.   WHO SHOULD…
Apr 24
LEED Project Series – Part 2: Registering & Kicking Off Your LEED Project
24 Apr, 2018. 0 Comments. . Posted By: Erica Jackson
COURSE DESCRIPTION Now that you have decided to pursue LEED certification, the next step is to register and kickoff your project. Assembling your team and identifying your LEED goal early will also help you evaluate choices throughout the certification process with the most impact at the lowest cost. The decision to pursue LEED certification does not need to be complicated or expensive if your team is proactive and informed. Documenting the sustainable strategies implemented by your project is an important part of LEED certification. Knowing how to efficiently navigate this process will reduce your costs by reducing delays and saving…
Mar 30
Introduction to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Webinar
30 Mar, 2018. 0 Comments. . Posted By: Erica Jackson
Introduction to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Concerns from and for customers, workforce, stakeholders, communities, and governments, as well as our resources and climate, have brought about a demand for transparent and socially-responsible practices and initiatives within organizations. Companies failing to consider their impact on the planet and their people will fall behind their competition as it becomes the standard. It is simply not enough to maintain operational efficiency in business today. Organizations have a duty to recognize and address global causes for concern. Contributing to sustainable development is the main objective of Corporate Social Responsibility. This overarching goal is recognized…
Apr 24
LEED Project Series – Part 1: Executive Overview
24 Apr, 2018. 0 Comments. . Posted By: Erica Jackson
COURSE DESCRIPTION In the larger picture of sustainability, the built environment is a component that can have a significant impact on your organization’s overall CSR Plan. By pursuing Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification for your new and existing facilities, your company is affirming that you are conscious of the impact your buildings have on the planet and that you are enhancing your facilities to minimize that impact. The LEED Certification program is a third-party review process that allows owners of eligible buildings to pursue certification based on the sustainable attributes of the building and site. LEED certification…