MYAKKA - WEBINAR Brown Bag - BD+C 254: LEED 2009 for Healthcare: An Overview of the New Credits Through a Project Lens

  • 14 May 2013
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Gilbane Building Company, 8433 Enterprise Circle, Suite 100, Bradenton, FL 34202
  • 25

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MYAKKA BRANCH BROWN BAG WEBINAR SERIES

FREE Attendance
CEU's for CHAPTER MEMBERS ONLY
Please Join Us
Tuesday, May 14

12:00 pm til 1:30 pm

Thanks to our partner
Gilbane Building Company 
 webinars will be held at Gilbane's Office,
 8433 Enterprise Circle, Suite 100,
Lakewood Ranch, FL 34202


BD+C 254: LEED 2009 for Healthcare: An Overview of the New Credits Through a Project Lens

This session will dive into the specific credits added and modified from the LEED for New Construction rating system.

Prior to registering for this webinar session, we recommend that all audiences take a listen to our LEED 2009 for Healthcare podcasts on USGBC’s Knowledge Exchange Podcast Station.

Session Objectives
  • Summarize key credit intents and requirements, and understand unique issues of healthcare projects
  • Discuss the value/business case for the use of LEED for Healthcare
  • Articulate the connection between evidence based design and LEED for Healthcare
  • Apply strategies from project case examples, specifically those from LEED for New Construction projects that incorporated ideas from the Green Guide for Healthcare and LEED for Healthcare
This session is approved for 1.5 hours of LEED Specific (BD+C) GBCI hours as well as 1.5 AIA/CES LU/HSW/SD hours. 

 

Chapter members free -- Guests who want CEUs $15

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  • 1.5 Hours CE's - GBCI LEED AP CEs, LEED Specific (BD+C)
  • AIA - 1.5 Hours HSW/SD/LU


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