WORKSHOP - Pompano - O+M 251: Understanding the Operations + Maintenance LEED Rating Systems

  • 15 Jun 2011
  • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Trane Pompano Office, 2103 SW 3 Street, Pompano Beach, Fl 33069
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NATIONAL USGBC WORKSHOP

O+M Understanding the Operations + Maintenance LEED Rating Systems


  June 15-- Pompano

This workshop introduces the credit intents, key elements, main requirements, and reference standards of the Green Building Operations + Maintenance (O+M) LEED rating system. Workshop participants will gain a solid understanding of the core concepts and strategies behind a successful existing green building project.

Led by official USGBC LEED FacultyTM who are LEED and facilitation experts, this workshop provides an understanding of the scope of the LEED O+M rating system, examining all prerequisites and credits in LEED O+M's six credit categories: Sustainable Sites, Water Efficiency, Energy & Atmosphere, Indoor Environmental Quality, Materials & Resources, and Innovation in Operations; it also addresses Regional Priority credits. The workshop introduces all of the credits, going into detail on the goals, intents, requirements, and strategies of prerequisites and selected key credits. The course also reinforces understanding of synergies between credits, and provides an overview of the LEED certification process, including basic documentation considerations. Throughout the day, participants will engage in discussions and interactive activities to enforce what is taught about LEED O+M prerequisites, credits, and concepts.


Ideal audience:
is intended for professionals who are already familiar with LEED (see recommended prior knowledge below). It is appropriate for individuals who are seeking a deeper understanding of the O+M rating system, whether they are pursuing GBCI's LEED AP O+M credential or simply need to apply the rating system in their job. The course addresses the needs of key stakeholders in existing building operations and maintenance projects, including but not limited to building owners and operators, property and facility managers, engineers, contractors, product manufacturers, and decision makers within the real estate, investment, insurance, and legal sectors who want to better understand specifics of the O+M rating system.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize the goal, intent, and unique aspects of credits and strategies to meet them
  • Identify the minimum program requirements
  • Understand the unique aspects of the EB:O+M rating system (including process differences)
  • Understand the costs and benefits of EB:O+M certification
  • Identify requirements and strategies to meet prerequisites and key credits
  • Plan for key considerations and requirements for the LEED certification process

Faculty: Bahar Armaghani - University of Florida

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