Event Registration - Associated General Contractors of New Mexico
TO THE POINT: LEED v4 from a Practical Perspective | Key Changes from LEED v3
5/23/18 - 5/23/18
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM

What’s Different with LEED v4?



This TO THE POINT session will take a deep dive into the LEED v4 rating system from a practical perspective. Architects, general contractors, subcontractors, vendors, estimators, project engineers, and specification writers will learn key strategies to successfully tackle some of the most difficult and tedious construction phase credits. Following an in-depth review of material & resources credit and documentation requirements, attendees will understand the key differences between a LEED v3 and LEED v4 project. Best practices will be presented and case studies discussed. It is recommended, but not required, to have some experience in LEED project design and construction.

Learning Objectives
  1. Understand what material attributes must be considered to support a LEED application submittal, including NAUF, Recycled and Regional Content, Material Reuse, and Certified Wood.
  2. Become aware of Environmental Product Declarations and Health Product Declarations.
  3. Learn how to specify and request proper material data from your suppliers and translate this data to a LEED application submittal.
  4. Gain a clear understanding of the requirements of the LEED material credits and feel confident about your contribution towards meeting LEED project goals.

Instructor

Josh Wishart
, Associate + Project Manager | LEED AP BD+C, Assoc. AIA, CSI

Mr. Wishart brings over 20 years of Architecture and 7 years of LEED AP experience to the classroom, Josh’s keen understanding of trade disciplines and astute attention to detail lends itself well to instructing LEED classes.

He has developed specialized tools to facilitate project data calculations for an efficient analytical process from
design through construction administration. His technical knowledge and programming skills help to provide you with
the best available information and technology.

* LUNCH Provided

 
Location: AGC Career Center, 1615 University Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102


Registration ends on May 23, 2018