Specifications: Specifying for LEED v4
11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
1909 Woodall Rodgers Fwy
Dallas, TX 75201
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Lead Presenter: Douglas C. Hartman FAIA FCSI CCS CCCA SCIP LEED AP Legacy
Doug Hartman has spent most of his 43 year career in the DFW area as an architect, specifier, construction administrator, and sustainability advocate. The company he founded, Inspec, has served as an independent consultant to area architects for the last 31 years. He is a fellow in both the AIA and CSI, earning both distinctions for his efforts in continuing education of fellow architects.
This series of interactive discussions focuses on both products and processes as they relate to understanding building materials, preparing specifications, and being an effective construction administrator.
Effective October, 2016, LEED version 4 became the required sustainability tool for projects that are seeking LEED certification. Many changes have occurred between LEED version 3 (2009) and version 4. A credit-by-credit summary covering the major differences will be presented.
- Learn what has changed between LEED version 3 and version 4.
- Understand what prerequisites and credits have been added, replaced or modified.
- Understand what prerequisites and/or credits have been combined to form a new requirement.
Lunch will be served to anyone registering at least 24 hours in advance.
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