(NESEA Building Energy Session) Hacking LEED: v4 Innovation and Performance Tuesday, March 8 10 am - 1 pm

  • 08 Mar 2016
Event Description

Hacking LEED: v4 Innovation and Performance
Tuesday, March 8, 2016 - 10:00am to 1:00pm

Jim Newman
Grey Lee
Erik Ruoff

How will green building practitioners use the updated and mandated LEED v4 to raise the bar on energy & environmental performance in buildings? At the end of October 2016, the current LEED 2009 system will no longer accept new projects and all projects will be registering in v4. Will you be ready? What point and point complexes will help you through the new maze? How do pilot credits and innovation credits fit? Are you watching how legacy projects registered in v2009 are subject to changing requirements even now? Yes​!​ you have heard all about how LEED v4 is coming. Well, this year it's here and you will be using it. Learn from practitioners who are already waist-deep in the v4 waters.​ Hosted by MA USGBC​.

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