(Worcester) Webinar Onsite - GBRI's 10 Things to Know about LEED v4, 1/21 6 - 8 pm

  • 21 Jan 2015
Event Description

[Worcester] Webinar - GBRI’s Ten Things You Need to Know about LEED v4

This one hour course will look at the top ten changes and additions with the latest version of the LEED rating system. We will explore credit category changes, the removal of many credits, updated reference standards, changes to project certification process as well as changes relevant to LEED accredited professionals. This course will keep you up to date and aware of the key pieces of information you'll need as we continue to move into the new era of LEED v4.

Webinars are held at are held at the National Grid Sustainability Hub at 912 Main Street in Worcester. These webinars are pre-recorded and you must attend in person to receive credit.

January 22nd, 2015 6-8 PM
The Sustainability Hub - 912 Main Street
Worcester, MA
USGBC MA Member$0, Non-Member $10

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