Commissioning of Sustainable Buildings

Presented by: Mark Warren, CCP, LEED AP, Sr. Vice President, WSP Flack + Kurtz

GBCI, AIA/CES (HSW) Learning Units: 1.0 Hours

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Course release date: June, 2011.

Building Commissioning, now required by many government agencies, continues to grow exponentially. For over 10 years, USGBC's LEED program has been requiring building Commissioning to gain certification. This has significantly increased the adoption of building commissioning on all types of projects from ground-up construction, major renovations and even existing building projects. Concurrently, the building commissioning industry has improved the standards, guidelines and training.

This 60-minute continuing education course reviews the Building Commissioning process and its value, and describes how to integrate building commissioning activities into building projects. The course includes a step-by-step review of all the tasks needed to meet the LEED Building Commissioning credits and showcases the latest trends in building commissioning including: Measurement and Verification, Owner's Project Document Development and high-performance building envelopes.

Category: Project Systems and Energy Impacts

Course viewers may also download a full written transcript of this course.

For technical questions or questions about reporting your AIA credits, please email support@aecKnowledge.com or call 415.755.3058

(As licensing requirements differ by state, please check with your state licensing board to ensure that this course meets their specific continuing education requirements.)

Course Prices: $25 USGBC-NCC members, $35 non-members
Series Prices Three Sustainable Design courses – 15% savings): $64 USGBC-NCC members, $89 non-members

For a MEMBER PROMO CODE or questions about GBCI credits, please email info@usgbc-ncc.org or call 415.659.9404.

Course release date: June, 2011.

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