LEED Mechanical Design & Documentation (Parts 1 & 2)

Wednesday, March 12, 2014 - 9:00am to 5:00pm PDT
Simon Fraser University
Harbour Centre
 515 West Hastings Street
 Vancouver, B.C. 
Canada  V6B 5K3

Learn to minimize building energy and water use, ensure excellent indoor environmental quality, and contribute to the successful certification of your next LEED project. This full-day workshop incorporates Mechanical Design and Documentation Parts 1 and 2 from the LEED in Practice series.

This course is designed for mechanical engineers/technologists, as well as green building consultants who want to understand how to maximize building sustainability. Participants will learn how to satisfy and document LEED credit requirements for occupant water use and waste water, refrigerant management, renewable energy and green power calculations. Participants will also learn how to integrate LEED credit requirements for indoor environmental quality.

This course has been provided by the partnership between USGBC Cascadia Green Building Council and the Canada Green Building Council.

This is a catered event.
Click here for a detailed description of the course.
Approved for 6 GBCI credit hours