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Item #: RV-10228
Title: Achieving LEED Credits in New Construction Projects
Provider: National Green Building, Inc.
Author: Andrew Manzini
Author Certified General Contractor; NAHB Certified Green Professional Andrew Manzini
Andrew Manzini is Vice President, National Green Building, Inc. He is also a Florida Certified General Contractor, NAHB Certified Green Professional, and NAHB National Green Building Standard Verifier. Andy’s previous experience includes executive positions at Architect/Engineering firms in the fossil and nuclear power industry. He is also a management consultant, instructional designer and published author of three management books and dozens of articles. His education includes a BA and MA from Boston University and post-graduate work at Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Management. He is skilled in improving productivity, achieving significant operational improvement through effective teamwork, planning and management.
Price: 239.70
Credit Hrs: 6.00
Level: 2 - Intermediate
Rating: (4225 Reviews)


It seems like everyone is talking Green when it comes to construction. To make your project even more attractive to the environmentally responsible, you need to get it LEED certified.
This interactive online course teaches Commercial Green Building based on compliance with LEED NC 2009 — New Construction. We treat the unique aspects of Green Building in detail, with particular emphasis on handling of waste, materials recycling and reuse, energy conservation, indoor air quality, use of environmentally safe products, design principles, system planning and construction best practi...
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Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Recognize the LEED 2009 NC rating system for Commercial buildings and Major Renovations
  • Describe the best way to start a project to earn LEED credits
  • Discuss the 3 compliance paths for the required minimum energy performance credit
  • List the best types of accessories, fixtures, and materials to use in a LEED project
  • Define a green roof, roof material choices, and proper roof installation in a LEED project
  • Name the advantages of installing solar electric (PV) to supplement city power usage in a LEED project
  • Identify the different types of paint and how to choose the least toxic paint for a LEED project

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