Tampa Bay Branch - LUNCH & LEARN - So I am a LEED AP, Now What?

  • 04 Feb 2010
  • 11:30 AM
  • Landry’s Seafood House on the Courtney Campbell Causeway 7616 W Courtney Campbell Causeway Tampa 33607
  • 31

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LUNCH and LEARN SERIES

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So I am a LEED AP, Now What?





Come and learn about the next steps for both LEED AP’s and LEED GA’s which includes:
•    I passed a LEED AP exam under the retired system (NC, EB or CI track).  I understand there are now Continuing Education Requirements - How do these requirements affect me?
•    Testing – Do I need to retest to go to the next level?
•    What is the difference between the LEED Green Associate and the AP?
•    What is the CMP? (Credentialing Maintenance Program) and how do I report?
•    What is Prescriptive CMP and who decides which classes I need to take?
•    I want to become a LEED AP with Specialty.  How do I opt in?  What do I have to do after I opt in to the CMP Program?
•    Is it true you must have worked on a LEED Project to take a new LEED AP Exam? – Yes.
The information presented is based on the December release of information from both the USGBC and the GBCI.  Please make sure and check the websites of both organizations to get the most current, up-to-date information.

Thursday, February 4th
Registration starts 11:30 am
Program Begins 12:00


Landry’s Seafood House
on the Courtney Campbell Causeway
7616 W Courtney Campbell Causeway Tampa 33607

$30 Chapter members
$40 Non Members
$45 Walk-ins


Registration cost includes
Program & lunch buffet


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Christopher Davis, LEED AP BD+C, CDT, AAIA
Healthcare Designer at
Gresham Smith & Partners


Experience Summary:
A Graduate of the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Urban Design, Mr. Davis has spent the last 18 years working on a variety of project types including Corporate, Retail, Prototype Development, Movie Theatres, Amphitheaters, and currently Healthcare and Aviation.  Christopher has been on the Executive Board of the Florida Gulf Coast Chapter of the US Green Building Council since its inception five years ago and is one of the Founding members of the chapter. In addition to being a volunteer for the US Green Building Council, Christopher is currently on the Executive Board of the local chapter of the Construction Specification Institute and is the President Elect for 2010. 

Professionally he has experience in the Architectural and Construction Administration community split between Kansas City and Tampa. For the past five years he has been working with Gresham, Smith & Partners on Healthcare and Aviation projects and is on the Sustainable Task force helping shape company policy, practice, and profession. He has worked on a number of LEED registered and Certified projects as well as projects that have followed the Green Guidelines for Healthcare system, the Florida Green Building Collation Building Standards, and the EPA’s Energy Star rating systems.

Professional Affiliations & Committees:
Mr. Davis is an active member in professional societies:
•    Executive Board Member of the Florida Gulf Coast Chapter of the US Green Building Council (Treasurer  /Finance Chair).
•    Executive Board Member of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Construction Specification Institute (President Elect / Electronic Communication).
•    Executive Board Member of the Happy Hill Homeowner Association in Pasco County (President).
•    Member and involved in the Tampa Bay chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
•    Member and involved in the LEED for Healthcare Steering Committee.


USGBC Florida Gulf Coast Chapter, c/o Florida Atlantic University, College of Engineering and Computer Science,
777 Glades Road, Room EE 329, Boca Raton, FL 33431-0991, info@usgbc-fgc.org / 561-373-7367
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