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This Week's Highlights

WEBINAR: How LEED Delivers Higher Value Residential Buildings

NOTE: This opportunity has expired or is an event which has already taken place.

Participants will gain access to three CaGBC on-demands courses that follow the construction of a LEED v4 Home Platinum project in Quebec. Participants will watch all three videos prior to attending a live webinar session with experts local to Alberta. The live webinar will be aimed at architects, engineers, developers, and multi-family residential building owners. It will outline the differences between LEED NC and LEED for Homes/ Mid-rise and explain the value in on-site verifications, the differences in process, timing, certification turn around time, and costs.

The on demands are presented by Mike Reynolds from Ecohomes, while the live webinar will be presented by Stephani Carter of EcoAmmo and Tyler Hermanson of 4 Elements Design.

On November 15th you will gain access to the following on-demands:

  • Building the Envelope for a LEED v4 Homes Platinum Project
  • Energy Efficiency for a LEED V4 Homes Platinum Project
  • Materials used in a LEED v4 Homes Platinum Project
  • BONUS: Green Building Trends in Canada

The live webinar portion of this course will take place on December 1st, 2016 from 11:30 AM-1:00 P MST. Please complete the on-demand courses prior to this date.

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