An Introduction to the Living Building Challenge – Lunch Time Webinar
Written by Brett Little // September 11, 2012 // Continuing Education, Illinois Events, Indiana Events, Michigan Events, minnesota, Minnesota Events, ohio, Ohio Events, Webinars, Wisconsin Events // 1 Comment
Tue Sep 11, 2012
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM, Eastern
Continuing Education: 1.0
AES is proud to host the Living Building Challenge (LBC) introduction. Living building goes beyond LEED and other building programs and challenges us to rethink our paradigm on the possibilities of advanced sustainable construction practices. The LBC is a philosophy, advocacy tool and certification program that addresses at all scales. It is comprised of seven performance areas: Site, Water, Energy, Health, Materials, Equity and Beauty. The session intends to foster opportunities for ongoing dialogue about restorative principles in design, construction and building operation through the creation of local Living Building Challenge Collaboratives.
Want more? Attend a full-day workshop on the Living Building Challenge.
Learning objectives: development
Anna is a LEED accredited professional, she assists project teams in developing strategies for LEED certification both for MEP-related credits and more general consulting. This work is informed by her experience with dbHMS conducting MEP reviews of LEED projects submitted to the USGBC for certification. Anna also coordinates lighting design for the office. Her work involves using cutting-edge products to help clients create a lighting system that is cost effective, energy efficient, and aesthetic pleasing. Anna brings a broad knowledge base to implementing green techniques and strategies.
Tuesday, September 11 from 1:00 PM – 2:00 Eastern time (12:00 – 1:00 Central time)
Registration is closed for this event.