On May 5th, 2017 CodeGreen Solutions' Lisa Bolle and Jonathon Matle will appear on a panel to discuss unconventional LEED-EB case studies, while Harry Etra moderates.
Pushing the Boundary of LEED: Unconventional LEED-EB project case studies East Coast building stock is primarily existing. Many of these buildings have unique attributes that some considered to be barriers to entry from the LEED for Existing Buildings rating system such as project type, size, or age.
Attendees will learn from sustainability consultants on how they were able to navigate the LEED-EB Rating System for unusual existing buildings. The presentations focus on JFK Terminal 4 (airport terminal), 485 Lexington Avenue (LEED-EB v4), and a building pursuing the LEED Performance Score recertification path. Attendees will leave with the ideas and tools of how to make unusual buildings work within the LEED-EB and LEED Performance Scores programs.
To register or learn more about the program, click here.