LEED Multi Family Mixed Use/Midrise VS LEED NC: How to Choose - Free Webinar!

Event Details

LEED Multi Family Mixed Use/Midrise VS LEED NC: How to Choose - Free Webinar!

Time: June 4, 2014 from 12pm to 1pm
Location: Online
Website or Map: http://www.alliancees.org/edu…
Phone: 888 LEED APH ext 1
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Brett Little & AES
Latest Activity: May 31, 2014

Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)

Event Description

Applying residential LEED to 2 – 12 story, mixed use, mid rise and/or college dorm housing is simpler than you think. 

LEED for Homes is a green residential rating system that can be utilized on many different project types. Here you will understand how LEED for Homes and Energy Star for Homes applies to mixed use / multi family / Dorm housing and when it makes sense to use the residential rating multifamily midrise logo-01system over LEED NC. From healthier occupants to reduced certification and documentation costs, see why LEED for Homes makes sense on your next commercial scale residential project .  

 

Objectives

  1. Understand how LEED residential Construction Leads to healthier and safe buildings for the welfare of the community and occupants
  2. Know the difference between the different rating system options in Residential VS New Construction
  3. Articulate the Market Value of LEED multi family housing
  4. decipher some minor difference and opportunities in LEED V4 VS 2008 for Homes

Comment Wall

Comment

RSVP for LEED Multi Family Mixed Use/Midrise VS LEED NC: How to Choose - Free Webinar! to add comments!

Join Home Energy Pros

Attending (1)

Home Energy Pros

Home Energy Pros was founded by the developers of Home Energy Saver Pro (sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy,) and brought to you in partnership with Home Energy magazine.

Latest Activity

Steven Lewis replied to William Fisher's discussion Can tankless water heaters provide hot water even when the groundwater is fairly cold?
"Look at reducing the ambient humidity in the home.  The dew point is the key to the…"
8 hours ago
Olivia Taylor posted blog posts
18 hours ago
norman farwell replied to Bryan Pringle's discussion Dense packed cellulose in basement?
"Ha, we're on the same wavelength.  That's the big question--I'm still thinking…"
yesterday
Bryan Pringle replied to Bryan Pringle's discussion Dense packed cellulose in basement?
"Thanks Norm, we'll have a couple of case studies when all is said and done. Just curious, do…"
yesterday
norman farwell replied to Bryan Pringle's discussion Dense packed cellulose in basement?
"Bryan,  I am trying the same thing for most of the same reasons and also against advice to the…"
yesterday
Morgan M Audetat commented on Sean McLoughlin's blog post Programming in-floor electric radiant heat, is it worth it?
"You would need a large bathroom to see the difference. We install them both ways depending on the…"
yesterday
Dennis Heidner commented on Sean McLoughlin's blog post Programming in-floor electric radiant heat, is it worth it?
"The key is that this is the bathroom.  Occupancy is not constant.  It is more likely used…"
yesterday
Charles Cormany commented on Sean McLoughlin's blog post Programming in-floor electric radiant heat, is it worth it?
"I have seen resistance floor heaters add nearly $100 per month to an electric bill. Since most…"
yesterday

© 2015   Created by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service