LEED EBOM Series: Wrap Up & Case Studies

  • Tuesday, December 14, 2010
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Metcalfe Building, 77 West Jackson, 3rd Floor Conference Center, #328 Chicago
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  • Registration for 12/14/2010 session only.
  • Registration for 12/14/2010 session only.

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Green Building Series:
LEED EBOM Best Practices & Lessons Learned


Session 10: Wrap Up & Case Studies

Date & Time: Tuesday, December 14, 2010 from 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Location:
Metcalfe Building, 77 West Jackson, 3rd Floor Conference Center, #328, Chicago

Presenters:
Jason Franken, YRG Sustainability
Chris Happ, Goby, LLC

Betty Casties, Jones Lang LaSalle
Jessica Leigh Entingh, Jones Lang LaSalle
Dean Cichon, Hyatt Center

Kathryn Eggers, Center for Neighborhood Technology

Session Description:
  Wrap up your EBOM education with tips and success stories from several LEED certified projects in Chicago. Hear firsthand about life after LEED certification, including the impact on operational costs, tenant attraction and retention, and how to keep sustainability initiatives going without the pressure of the performance period.

Series Description
Spend your lunch hour once a month with the experts in sustainability, green building technology, ecological services, and LEED EBOM Certification (LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance). This series of 10 seminars will offer you insider knowledge of the LEED process and requirements, and will help you achieve the environmental, financial, and social benefits of green operations and maintenance.

Hear case studies on the strategies used by experienced green building practitioners, gain insight for managing a smooth LEED performance period, and learn tips for successfully documenting credits the first time around. A series of experts will present on common pitfalls, challenges, solutions and success stories throughout the LEED EBOM process. Project team members with active projects or potential new projects are encouraged to bring questions about credit compliance and documentation for answers from speakers experienced in performing LEED application reviews on behalf of GBCI.

Audience: This comprehensive seminar series is designed for property managers, facility managers, owners, engineers, consultants, architects and building professionals who want to implement sustainability into daily building operations. Register today!
  • If you are looking to decrease your building’s energy costs and consumption in 2010 
  • If lowering your operating costs is a necessity
  • if you are you thinking about registering your building for LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations + Maintenance (O+M)
  • If your building is already LEED registered or certified, and you are looking to implement further sustainability  innovation and strategies
  • If your goal is to effectively highlight your building’s green initiative in tenant relations and retention as well as in leasing.

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