Event: LEED 2009: Changes and New Requirements</strong>
LEED 2009: Changes and New Requirements
On Demand
Renowned designer, speaker and sustainability consultant Holley Henderson, founder of H2 Ecodesign, kicks off the first webinar in this series with a comprehensive look at the updates to LEED v3, with a focus on Commercial Interiors (CI).
 AIA 1 CES Learning Unit
USGBC GBCI and IDCEC CE Hours Pending



This informative session will explain the changes introduced with LEED 2009, with a focus on commercial interiors. Topics will include the harmonization of credits and requirements; the prioritization of credit weightings; the introduction of regional credits; adherence to minimum program requirements (MPRs); new functions and support for LEED online; and more.


Learning Objectives
  • Identify changes to LEED v3
  • Analyze the differences between LEED 2009 v3 and LEED v2
  • Compare new credential options vs. the previous LEED AP
  • Test your knowledge via the interactive Q&A following the webinar



Holley Henderson
Founder/Principal, LEEP AP


Holley founded H2 Ecodesign, a consulting group that collaborates with a wide range of clients -owners, design firms and manufacturers - to provide sustainable strategies, LEED facilitation, presentations and training workshops.


Holley has conducted hundreds of LEED presentations and is frequently consulted as a subject-matter expert. Holley serves on the National USGBC Market Advisory Committee. H2 Ecodesign’s LEED projects include a diverse cross-section of market sectors, geographic regions, LEED rating systems and certification levels. The following clients are part of the H2 Ecodesign portfolio: CB Richard Ellis, InterfaceFLOR, The Portman Companies, Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market, IDI and Wachovia.


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