As a more technical requirement of ‘being green’ has recently been unveiled, many of the LEED APs out there have lots of questions about what they need to do to maintain their credentials…which was very obvious by the huge turnout at the education session that I just presented along with 3 other professionals from Perkins + Will, Johnson Controls and McCarthy Construction (moderated by GBCI). LEED APs from small to large firms want to know how to maintain the credentials of their employees and were very interested to hear about what the panelists’ firms have done. It was interesting that we all had slightly different approaches, but the overall goal was to ensure the quality of knowledge that each of our LEED APs have and to ensure that our firms are provideing the best sustainable services that they can through continuous learning. I’ll be back on Friday to present again!
- Flood risk management for commercial real estate
- Facilities management leaders, listen up: Why sustainability matters to FM
- Where are markets lagging behind in sustainability transparency?
- Adding up the sustainability transparency equation
- Where does your market stack-up for sustainability transparency?