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California green training

  1. 1. A recent USGBC study suggests that over 7.9 million jobs will be created 2013 to support LEED & Green Building 2
  2. 2. Government that mandates LEED Silver Mandate California Cities or Counties •Alameda •Berkeley •Big Bear •Brisbane •Calabasas •Campbell •Caramel •Costa Mesa •Cupertino •Dublin •El Segundo •Golden •Healdsburg •Irvine •Livermore •Long Beach •Los Altos •Los Angeles •Sonoma •Solano Beach •Monterey •Morgan Hill •Napa •Oakland •Palo Alto •Pasadena •Pleasanton •Richmond •Riverside •Rohnert Park •Sacramento •Stockton •San Bernardino •San Francisco •San Diego •San Jose •Santa Cruz •Santa Clara •San Mateo •Union City Regulatory Bodies •Dept of the Interior •Dept of Agriculture •Dept of Energy •Dept of Health •Dept of State •Dept of Veterans Affairs •EPA •GSA •US Air Force •US Navy •US Army •48 out of 50 states •State of California •University of Pacific 3
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  4. 4. California developer using 'green' marketing to attract tenants Sacramento has for years outperformed much larger cities when it comes to green building construction, thanks mainly to the eco-conscious policies of state government. Now the green trend has engulfed the private office market as well. Developers in Sacramento — and nationwide — are using sustainability as a key marketing tool in their effort to attract tenants. It's one more selling point in a real estate climate with vacancy rates well into the double digits. Altogether, nearly 100 commercial and institutional buildings in Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado and Yolo counties now meet either the "Energy Star" standards established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) standards of the U.S. Green Building Council, which designates buildings "silver," "gold" or "platinum." About a third of the region's estimated 26 LEED-certified commercial buildings are now privately owned, according to the Green Building Council. Chris Mullins, a Sacramento LEED consultant with Portland, Ore.-based Brightworks, expects that share to grow, even in a rough economy. "If you have to pay $96,000 to get certified to get a tenant," he said, "that's the best $96,000 an owner ever spent." 5
  5. 5. 6 Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design A leading-edge system for designing, constructing, operating and certifying the world’s greenest buildings.
  6. 6. LEED is applicable to… • Commercial • Residential • Renovations • Tenant Improvements • New & Existing Buildings • Neighborhood Developments 7
  7. 7. Study Materials 8
  8. 8. 9 Please feel free to contact me with any follow up questions. Edward Cornejo (916) 698-5726 Edward@ptlexamprep.com

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