LEED projects aren't the same as other design and construction projects and neither are effective LEED teams.
Team members need all the same professional training and skills of any big commercial project team. They also need that something extra to freely cooperate, collaborate and brainstorm with all the members of an inclusive team, from engineers and architects to electricians and contractors.
This is Lynne's third podcast in an ongoing series on LEED in specific and sustainable design in general. Listen to or download the podcasts and supporting Green papers here.
More, New Content in the Commercial Design Pro Community
Our latest podcast is just the tip of the iceberg of new material for commercial HVAC professionals in the Design Pro Community. You'll also find:
Green Building on Facebook, Too
LEED and green building are topics of lively conversation over on the Taco Advanced Hydronics facebook page too.
Most recently, commercial HVAC pros are sharing views on the common pathways to green building and sustainable design, and how design strategies can foster a healthier lifestyle.There are plenty of long-running discussions, too:
Meanwhile on YouTube...
View a LEED Roundtable discussion on building Taco's Innovation Center.
Members of the project team from AKF Engineers, Baker Design Group, The Green Engineer and Shawmut Design and Construction talk about their specific responsibilities working with the LEED standards and the roll of mechanical and electrical systems in earning a LEED rating.
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Thanks for your interest.