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Thursday, July 23, 2009
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

LEED for General Contractors / Construction Managers

Northeast Ohio Chapter of the USGBC presents the workshop

LEED for General Contractors / Construction Managers

Generously sponsored by DAS Construction

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?Industry professionals seeking to increase their understanding of LEED® ratingsystems and green building strategies, benefits and resources:? Architects ? Manufacturers ? Consultants? Engineers ? Developers ? Contractors? Designers ? Owners ? Government Officials This 200 level workshop helps general contractors and construction managers understand LEED as it relates to their project role, with a focus on technical requirements (particularly materials and resources and indoor environmental quality LEED credits). It also includes strategies for general contractor and subcontractor documentation and cost tracking.

After completing this course, you will be able to:? Identify the intent of the technical requirements as they apply to the design and construction team, particularly regarding the materials, resources, and indoor environmental quality credits.? Implement strategies for general contractor and subcontractor documentation? Know where to go for additional resources and supportContinuing education units available to AIA, IFMA, CSI and BOMITo register: http://www.greenbuild365.org/coursedetail.aspx?ID=90000055Northeast Ohio Chapter of the USGBC presents the workshop LEED for General Contractors / Construction Managers Generously sponsored by DAS Construction WHO SHOULD ATTEND?Industry professionals seeking to increase their understanding of LEED® ratingsystems and green building strategies, benefits and resources:? Architects ? Manufacturers ? Consultants? Engineers ? Developers ? Contractors? Designers ? Owners ? Government Officials This 200 level workshop helps general contractors and construction managers understand LEED as it relates to their project role, with a focus on technical requirements (particularly materials and resources and indoor environmental quality LEED credits). It also includes strategies for general contractor and subcontractor documentation and cost tracking. After completing this course, you will be able to:? Identify the intent of the technical requirements as they apply to the design and construction team, particularly regarding the materials, resources, and indoor environmental quality credits.? Implement strategies for general contractor and subcontractor documentation? Know where to go for additional resources and supportContinuing education units available to AIA, IFMA, CSI and BOMITo register: http://www.greenbuild365.org/coursedetail.aspx?ID=90000055

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