Understanding and Implementing LEEDv4 for BD+C and ID+C

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April 11, 2014-UC Davis, Medical Sciences Building

Understanding and Implementing LEEDv4 for BD+C and ID+C

This free workshop was offered by the UC CSU IOU Energy Efficiency Partnership Program on April 11, 2014 from 8:30 am to 3 pm on UC Davis campus at the Medical Sciences Building.

Alex Spilger provided an overview of the BD+C (NC, CS, Schools) and ID+C (CI) version 4 Rating Systems, with an emphasis on how to implement LEEDv4 on future campus projects. It will review credit-specific information for the new rating system, outline process, and cover the strategies, challenges and potential costs involved with certifying projects under LEEDv4. Participants learned how to facilitate a productive eco-charrette (one of the new Prerequisites in LEEDv4), navigate the new LEED Online, perform common LEEDv4 credit calculations, troubleshoot potential setbacks, evaluate the cost to benefit ratio of various LEEDv4 credit strategies, and apply the LEEDv4 Rating Systems to diverse types of campus projects. The workshop provided useful electronic tools, such as a LEEDv4 Action Item Scorecard that participants can use to track the specific responsibilities of each team member on future LEEDv4 projects they may be involved in.

The presenter is Alex Spilger who trained us on the previous LEED version changes. If you want a copy of the presentation materials, please contact Emily Montan.

This program is being offered on UCR and UCSD.  If you want it on your campus, please contact Matt St. Clair.

This program was paid for by the energy ratepayers of California under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.