LEED Webinar Series: Energy, Performance and Existing Buildings

  • Wednesday, January 30, 2013
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • From your computer via Adobe Connect

Registration

  • This registration is only for the first session.
  • one-person viewing access
  • one-person viewing access
  • This is an option for offices that want to broadcast the webinar in a conference room (GBCI credit is only allowed for 10 people)

Please note that registration is non-refundable.
If you experience any registration difficulties or have questions please contact our office at 312-245-8300.

While registration for this 4-part series has closed, you may still register to attend the individual webinar dates by clicking on the hyperlinks below. 

Please call 312-245-8300 if you have any questions.

Earn 6.0 hours toward your LEED AP, Green Associate or AIA credentials with this webinar series...and do it from the comfort of your desk!

The USGBC-Illinois is happy to announce our 2013 remote webinar program bringing you the best of USGBC's national webinars.  Login from your computer each Wednesday, January 30 to February 20, from 12:00PM - 1:30PM and sit back, watch and learn.  Whether you are traveling, at work or home this is the perfect way to continue your green building education.

This series includes four different webinars discussing building performance.

Registration includes all 4 sessions (though you may purchase individual sessions) and login information comes to you via e-mail 2-days before the session (late registrants will receive no later than hour prior.)

Session 1 - January 30
PRACT 203: Deep Energy Retrofits

New commercial construction is in the doldrums. Instead of constructing new buildings, many real estate professionals see improving and repositioning existing buildings as an opportunity to create value for an organization. How can these professionals maximize building investment and value beyond obvious and simple efficiency improvements with minimal added capital expenditure? By digging deeper with energy retrofits. Experts from New Buildings Institute, Glenborough Properties, and Rocky Mountain Institute will share real project data, strategies, lessons, business rationale and financial information uncovered in their research and buildings. Hear how investors and owner-occupants successfully implemented deep energy investments in existing buildings, while achieving big energy savings (50 percent!) and increasing the value of their buildings.

Session 1 is registered for 1.5 hours of General (Not LEED Specific) GBCI hours and 1.5 AIA/CES LU/HSW/SD hours.

Session 2 - February 6
O+M 203: Establishing a Culture of Performance - Part 1: Establishment

In this first session, we’ll explore the establishment requirements of the LEED for Existing Buildings: O+M rating system. Our subject matter experts will discuss how to assess your project’s physical assets and create policies and plans that will set a project up for success. By first understanding foundational and static establishment requirements, teams can ensure their approach is most effective before entering the performance period. This session is aimed at both new construction and existing buildings project teams.

Session 2 is registered for 1.5 hours of LEED Specific (O+M) GBCI hours and 1.5 AIA/CES LU/HSW/SD hours.
To register for this session only, follow this link:
http://admin.usgbc-illinois.org/widget/calendar?eventId=613313&EventViewMode=2&CalendarViewType=1&SelectedDate=1/22/2013

Session 3 - February 13 O+M 203: Establishing a Culture of Performance - Part 2: Performance In this second session, we’ll explore the performance requirements of the LEED for Existing Buildings: O+M rating system. Our subject matter experts will discuss best practices for performance tracking and explore the ongoing requirements for projects. By first understanding dynamic and recurring performance requirements, teams can ensure their approach is most effective during the performance period. This session is aimed at both new construction and existing buildings project teams.

Session 3 is registered for 1.5 hours of LEED Specific (O+M) GBCI hours as well as 1.5 AIA/CES LU/HSW/SD hours. To register for this session only, follow this link:  http://admin.usgbc-illinois.org/widget/calendar?eventId=613321&EventViewMode=2&CalendarViewType=1&SelectedDate=2/22/2013

Session 4 - February 20
PRACT 204: The Greenest Building -
Quantifying the Environmental Value of Building Reuse We’ve heard that the greenest building is one that you don’t have to build. A new report by the National Trust for Historic Preservation finds that it can take 10-80 years for a new, energy-efficient building to overcome the negative climate change impacts that were created during the construction process. Where are the intersections with LEED for Existing Building? How does this fit into LEED 2012? Join the conversation on preservation and regeneration when the National Trust and USGBC discuss “The Greenest Building: Quantifying the Environmental Value of Building Reuse”.

Session 4 is registered for 1.5 hours of General (Not LEED Specific) GBCI hours and 1.5 AIA/CES LU/HSW/SD hours. To register for this session only, follow this link: http://admin.usgbc-illinois.org/widget/calendar?eventId=613327&EventViewMode=2&CalendarViewType=1&SelectedDate=2/22/2013

Registration Types:
$70 Chapter Members (one person viewing, all four webinars)
$120 Non-Members (one person viewing, all four webinars)
$20 Chapter Members (one person viewing, one session)
$35 Non-Members (one person viewing, one session)

$500 Group Viewing for Office (up to 10 people can view, all four viewings)


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