GBCI India presents a free two-part webinar, LEED v4: Materials and Resources. Attendees will tour the new system and learn about the updates from LEED 2009. They will come away with concepts, tools and resources that can support project teams along the way.
So, you’re ready to become either an EDGE Expert or EDGE Auditor, but you need help figuring out your next steps. Don’t worry, we’re here to help! No matter which role is the best fit for you, you’ll need to attend training and pass the EDGE Exam.
We asked some professionals who recently passed their EDGE Exam to share some tips:
1) Complete GBCI’s EDGE Technical Workshop
IFC recently launched a new professional role as part of the EDGE green building certification system. EDGE Experts are architects, engineers and construction industry professionals who encourage the construction sector to design and build green by serving as trusted and experienced advisors on EDGE projects. They provide outstanding value to their clients by bringing their skills, insights and knowledge of the EDGE software to inspire confidence that a potential project can achieve EDGE certification.
PEER, the leading rating system for electricity generation, distribution and transmission, is excited to sponsor the annual Cleantech Forum San Francisco from Jan. 23–25, 2016. We hope you will be able to join us as we host a roundtable discussion on PEER and the grid of the future. PEER will also be featured on a panel for creating smarter cities, supporting the United Nations’ sustainable development goals.
Parksmart Advisor training is now being offered as both in-person and online through an instructor-led class by the International Parking Institute, in partnership with GBCI. Parksmart Advisors lead clients through the certification process by evaluating parking facilities’ sustainable attributes and preparing their applications for certification submission.
The LEED rating system has become the most widely used green building program in the world because architects and engineers made it their own. By integrating LEED’s principles into practice and by selling it to their clients, professionals led the way.
As I get settled into my new role as president and CEO of USGBC and GBCI, I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to continue serving this dynamic and impressive organization of ours. Since joining the USGBC team more than seven years ago, I have felt enormously appreciative not only to work closely with Rick Fedrizzi