What is the difference between HOMES LEED V4 & 2008: Webinar Series

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What is the difference between HOMES LEED V4 & 2008: Webinar Series

Time: September 3, 2014 at 4:30pm to November 5, 2014 at 6pm
Location: Online
Website or Map: http://www.alliancees.org/201…
Phone: 888 LEED APH ext 1
Event Type: webinar, series
Organized By: Brett Little
Latest Activity: Aug 27

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Event Description

By the summer of 2015, LEED for Homes version 4 (V4) will be in full swing. Project teams will no long be able to register homes, multi family or mixed use buildings under the 2008 or 2009 rating systems. In anticipation of this AES has teamed up with the LEED for Homes lead reviewer and chief rating systems expert  Jay Hall of Jay Hall & Associates. We will cover all 8 sections of the new rating system through 9 online live LEED version4-01 webinars and review real case studies from the V4 pilot, credit by credit interpretations, market acceptance, cost benefit analysis and comparisons to the old rating systems. Learn how the system changed and how it applies to single / multi family, low/mid/high rise, new and rehabbed homes and residential buildings, apartments, developments and dorms!

Who?

Builders, Designers, Architect, Developers, Remodelers, Researches and Policy Makers who have past LEED for Homes experience and understanding.  Not familiar with Version 2008? Please take our self paced online webinar course prior to this.

 

Learning Objectives 

  • Gain a basic understanding of the LEED for Homes version 4 – 8 Credit Categories
  • Know where to find LEED for Homes V4 resources, tools and help
  • Start on step 1 to design, build, rehab and/or verify a LEED V4 for Homes Project
  • Understand how the new LEED rating system can help you implement health, safety and welfare on your next residential project.

Webinar Series Sessions  Every Wednesday starting 9/3 from 4:30 est to 6:00 est PM. 9 Weeks long, breaking during GreenBuild

 

Presenter & Developer – Jay Hall, Ph.D, LEED APH

 

Continuing Education  1 AIA LU/HSW, GBCI (LEED Specific), NARI Green* * 9 CEUs for entries series

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