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LEED CaTCH-UP SESSION<br />Because you’re behind…just kidding.  But seriously.<br />
LEED 201: Outline	<br />Green building Overview<br />What happens to LEED APs?<br />What’s New in LEED 2009?<br />
Green Building Overview<br />
Green Building Overview<br />
Green Building Overview<br />
Summary of Changes<br />Weighted Credits<br />Emphasis on Energy<br />Restructuring of Credentials, Reference Guides, Etc....
The Book<br />
What Happens to LEED APs?<br />1st exam<br />2nd exam<br />TBD<br />
What Happens to LEED APs<br />Option 1: Become a LEED AP with one (or more) of the BD+C, Homes, ID+C, ND, or O+M specialty...
What’s New in LEED 2009<br />LEED 2.2<br />LEED 2009<br />14 points<br />  5 points<br />17 points<br />13 points<br />15 ...
What’s New in LEED 2009?<br />LEED 2.2<br />LEED 2009<br />52+<br />39-51<br />33-38<br />26-32<br />80+<br />60-79<br />5...
Sustainable Sites (SS)<br />
Water Efficiency (WE)<br />
Energy & Atmosphere (EA)<br />
Materials & Resources (MR)<br />
Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)<br />
Innovation & Design (ID)<br />
Regional Priority<br />
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LEED Catch-Up Session

Presented to help BYU students adjust to the changes introduced in LEED 2009.

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LEED Catch-Up Session

  1. 1. LEED CaTCH-UP SESSION<br />Because you’re behind…just kidding. But seriously.<br />
  2. 2. LEED 201: Outline <br />Green building Overview<br />What happens to LEED APs?<br />What’s New in LEED 2009?<br />
  3. 3. Green Building Overview<br />
  4. 4. Green Building Overview<br />
  5. 5. Green Building Overview<br />
  6. 6. Summary of Changes<br />Weighted Credits<br />Emphasis on Energy<br />Restructuring of Credentials, Reference Guides, Etc.<br />LEED Online has been updated<br />
  7. 7. The Book<br />
  8. 8. What Happens to LEED APs?<br />1st exam<br />2nd exam<br />TBD<br />
  9. 9. What Happens to LEED APs<br />Option 1: Become a LEED AP with one (or more) of the BD+C, Homes, ID+C, ND, or O+M specialty designations by passing one of the new specialty examinations.Option 2: Become a LEED AP with one (or more) of the BD+C, ID+C, or O+M specialty designations by completing the prescriptive CMP requirements for the initial 2-year reporting period. Option 3: Do nothing and continue to be a LEED AP without a specialty in the LEED Professional Directory.<br />Starting August 3, 2009 GBCI will begin sending emails to existing LEED APs, letting them know that their enrollment window is open. They will have two years to enroll from the date noted in their email. Emails containing open enrollment windows will be staggered through October 2009 to ensure a smooth enrollment process.<br />
  10. 10. What’s New in LEED 2009<br />LEED 2.2<br />LEED 2009<br />14 points<br /> 5 points<br />17 points<br />13 points<br />15 points<br />64 points<br />+ 5 bonus points<br />26 points<br />10 points<br />35 points<br />14 points<br />15 points<br />100 points<br />+ 10 bonus points<br />Sustainable Site (SS)<br /> Water Efficiency (WE)<br />Energy & Atmosphere (EA)<br />Materials & Resources (MR)<br />Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)<br />Total<br />
  11. 11. What’s New in LEED 2009?<br />LEED 2.2<br />LEED 2009<br />52+<br />39-51<br />33-38<br />26-32<br />80+<br />60-79<br />50-59<br />40-49<br />Platinum<br /> Gold<br />Silver<br />Certified<br />
  12. 12. Sustainable Sites (SS)<br />
  13. 13. Water Efficiency (WE)<br />
  14. 14. Energy & Atmosphere (EA)<br />
  15. 15. Materials & Resources (MR)<br />
  16. 16. Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)<br />
  17. 17. Innovation & Design (ID)<br />
  18. 18. Regional Priority<br />

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