Sponsored by: Procore Technologies, Inc.
Rigorous regulations and market expectations are mandating green building practices across the board, changing your role and responsibilities in the process. How can you keep on these requirements, gain a competitive advantage, win your bids, AND keep your resource costs to a minimum?
Join Chris Mundell, Chandler Brooks, and Maria Perez for a FREE webcast exploring how you can use lean practices to achieve green certification, gain a competitive advantage, AND win your bids without burdening your teams.
In this webcast, we’ll start with an overview of the different green codes (e.g., IgCC) and rating systems (e.g., LEED, LBC, WELL), their key components and requirements, and the process for certification. We’ll then jump into a case study for a LEED v4 project located in Houston, Texas. This case study will walk through the process for the new version of LEED certification and how it differs from the previous version. In addition, this presentation will discuss the new LEED v4 Materials and Resources category. Finally, we’ll hear the General Contractor (GC) perspective of how you can best prepare for a LEED v4 project keeping in mind time, resources, and effort.
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives:
- Gain an introduction to different green codes and rating systems.
- Use a case study to explore new requirements for LEED v4.
- Identify challenges with the latest version of LEED.
- Explore lessons learned from the contractor’s perspective.
Procore Technologies, Inc., the world's number one most widely used construction management software, helps firms drastically increase project efficiency and accountability by streamlining and mobilizing project communication and documentation. Hundreds of thousands of registered Procore users manage all types of construction projects including industrial plants, office buildings, apartment complexes, university facilities, retail centers, and more.
Learn more at: www.procore.com
* Presentations are scheduled for approximately one hour with a 15-20 minute question and answer session to follow. Presentation may exceed scheduled time.
* Each state and certification agency has different requirements; it is your responsibility to know what they are.
Note that 1 PDH = 0.1 CEU.