9/01/2009

AIA Ohio Valley Region Convention
How Do We Make LEED Happen: Implementation of LEED Certification
Hank Reder, Alan Warner, AIA, LEED AP; Troy Erbes

  • Positioning and actionHow_Do_We_Make_LEED_Happen
  • We must be ready and willing to take on opportunities.
    • Models for starting sustainable jobs.
    • Implementing Suitable building Feasibility
      • Define services, objectives and activities
      • Define project parameters.
      • Determine internal resources.
      • Identify external resources.
      • Determine providers
      • Client values
  • Build a library
    • Connect with manufacturers
    • Lunch and learns
    • Promote your library
    • Managed and catalogue
    • Create online.
  • LEED Contract
    • B214-2007, Leed Owner/Architect Agreement
    • Client Waiver and Informed Consent form.
    • Section 01352, Part 1 – General, 1.01 Summary
      • Environmental “LEED” Goals of the project.
  • The goal for this project is to achieve LEED certification. Doing this requires a team effort from the owner, contractors, and design professionals. The con
    • 1.02 Initial leed meeting:
  • Representative of all contractors shall attend and particle..
    • 1.03 Submittal requirements
    • Construction waste management
    • Indoor air quality
  • Part 1 – General
    • Related to division 1
    •  X LEED Requirements
  • For specific material.
  • Who are you?
    • Corporate statements
    • What are you?
      • Facility Infrastructure
      • Assessment Activities
      • Where do you want to go?
        • Budget allocations, priorities
        • Look at HOK, SOM, Perkins and Wills
          • Adjust their list to you.
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