LEED certification is the most well-known green rating system in the world, but how does the new version work with residential spaces such as homes and multifamily?
Join us as we take you through each phase of the project from design to operations and everything in between; discussing how to build and renovate a better living space for occupants. We will cover the new LEED v4.1 Single-family Homes and LEED v4 Multifamily Mixed-use Low to High-rise all-in-one.
What if you are unable to attend in-person or view the online webcast all-day?
Still register. All those that register BEFORE the event will have exclusive EARLY-ACCESS to the recording 3 MONTHS before it goes live to the public.
Who is this for?
Architects, Building Owners, Developers, Builders, HVAC, Engineers, affordable housing experts, DIY homeowners, homebuyers, realtors, consultants looking to become LEED AP Homes certified, Raters and utility or govt officials looking to implement green building policies.
Lunch and light breakfast will be served!
Overall we will discuss the LEED programs for HOMES and Midrise through the lens of each project phase and how each credit and prereq will come in to play.
- 8:30-9:10am: Welcome and Settle In
During this time, we will do an introduction with everyone in the room, go over housekeeping, make sure everyone has materials solve any sound or tech issues.
- 9:10-10:10am: Big Picture Why LEED and Process
During this we will go over LEED data, LEED selling points, the Benefits and the process from start to end including who, what, where, when and why.
- 10:10-11:40am: Preliminary Rating and Design Charrette
We will spend a lot of time here discussing the most important time of LEED during the early design stage when many non-green features can be weeded out with careful design. We will show videos and do exercise on the ventilation, water, waste and rem calcs and reports. We will discuss how to run a design charrette successfully as well to get a good outcome and assign tasks. We will discuss putting together contracts for subs to make sure they are in compliance with LEED.
- 11:40-11:50am: BREAK
- 11:50-12:50pm: Verification and During the Construction Process
We will discuss how projects usually play out during construction, what raters look for and what to look out for during the process. We will discuss the trade training opportunities during this time, sustainable sites, HVAC install, water management and insulation installation.
- 12:50-1:35pm: LUNCH
- 1:35-2:35pm: Final Submittal Stage
We will go over all the documentation needed here for a final submittal and how to be successful at getting it prior to the final stage to not hold up the project.
- 2:35-3:35pm: Operations and Marketing
Here will talk about marketing LEED for your firm, LEED EBOM and LEED Zero and how to design for these programs.
- 3:35-3:45pm: BREAK
- 3:45-5:00pm: Next Steps and Q&A
Go over what to do next if you want to do a project, become a rater or become a LEED Homes.
Continuing Education Units (CEUS) 7.5 Hours in:
- MI Realtor CEUS (CE Marketplace)
- American Institute of Architects – AIA HSW
- Green Building Certificate Institute (GBCI)
- LEED Accredited Professional Homes
- Building Performance Institute (BPI) NonWholeHouse
- Certified Green Professional (NARI & CGP)
- Certified GreenHome Professional (CGHP)
- Michigan Architect / Builder License may be applicable
- Articulate the importance of the LEED BD+C V4 Homes Preq Preliminary planning to ensure a project is on track for certification from the start.
- Know how to do a proper pre-construction plan review & job site management through LEED BD+C V4 Homes Credit Integrated Project Team.
- Review the outcomes of successful LEED BD+ C V4 Homes IN Credit Design Charette.
- Understand the basics of the LEED for Homes V4 Single Family, Multifamily and Midrise rating system.