Join the U.S. Green Building Council to learn how LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance can boost your bottom line and increase your operational efficiency while reducing your impact on the environment. This four-part webinar series, delivered in partnership with Stamats Commercial Buildings Group, features project case studies highlighting lessons learned from the implementation of LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance.
Who Should Participate
This webinar series is a valuable opportunity for building owners; building operators and property, facility and maintenance managers; real estate and investment professionals; purchasing, waste management and recycling program managers; LEED APs; educators and students; and anyone else interested in improving the operational efficiency of an existing building. Save time and money by learning right from your desktop. Register today!
What You Will Learn
This webinar series will help you identify realistic goals – and strategies to reach them – for boosting your bottom line, increasing your operational efficiency, and reducing your impact on the environment. National experts on the LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance Certification System will provide you with information and hands-on tools to:
- Describe why existing buildings are prime opportunities for reducing carbon emissions and energy use.
- Explain key credit intents for the LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance Certification System.
- Implement strategies for improving building operations and maintenance using LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance
- About LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance
The LEED for Existing Buildings Certification System was designed to help building owners and operators measure the performance of their buildings' operations, improvements and maintenance on a consistent scale, with the goal of high performance – maximizing operational service and efficiency while minimizing environmental impacts. The certification system addresses whole-building energy and water use, indoor comfort and air quality, purchasing activity, cleaning and maintenance issues (including chemical use), recycling programs, and exterior maintenance programs. This webinar series will feature project case studies highlighting lessons learned from LEED implementation.
Continuing Education Credits
Each webinar in this series will be registered for one hour of credit per session with the following continuing education programs: AIA/CES, BOMI, CoreNet, and IFMA.
Continuing education credits will be awarded to the individual whose name is on the webinar registration. Other attendees who wish to receive credit must pay the registration fee or purchase the archived version of the presentation and take the associated quiz.
To earn AIA credits
You must enter your AIA number at the bottom of the online registration form. Upon providing this information and viewing a webinar, your participation will automatically be reported to the AIA and the credit will show on your transcript within six weeks. If you did not provide your AIA number during registration, to earn credit, you must send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org that includes your AIA number, name, the webinar date, and the webinar session title.
To earn credits with other providers (BOMI, CoreNet, or IFMA only)
If you view a live webinar: You may request a certificate of attendance by sending an email to email@example.com
that includes your name, the webinar date, and the webinar session title.
If you view an archived webinar: You must take the post-webinar quiz. Upon receiving an adequate score, you will have the opportunity to print your own certificate of completion.
Each webinar is designed to be a stand-alone session, but participating in all four webinars will ensure that you have a comprehensive overview of the subject matter and extensive tools to implement successful strategies for your existing buildings.