LEEDv4 Update - What's on the Horizon

  • 11 Apr 2013
  • 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM (CDT)
  • Wichita WATER Center, 101 East Pawnee, Wichita, KS 67211


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Join us as Sara Cederberg, a USGBC staff member from Washington, D.C., discusses upcoming changes to LEED. The LEED green building rating system has been a significant driver for market transformation since its debut in 2000.  USGBC is currently developing the version of LEED (v4) for release this year.  This session will provide an update of the development process, a general overview of the technical changes proposed and information of specific interest to the chapter. It will also include an early look at supporting tools and resources for the LEED v4 program. This presentation has been approved by GBCI for 1.5 CEs for General, LEED BD&C-, ID&C-, and EBOM- specific hours, and 1.5 AIA LUs.


Learning Objectives: 

·         Articulate the overarching environmental priorities of the LEED v4 program.

·         Describe the new credits within the LEED v4 program and their environmental value.

·         List the new market sectors that LEED v4 accommodates.

·         Summarize the technical changes from LEED 2009 to LEED v4.


Date:         Thursday, April 11

Time:         11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Where:      Wichita WATER Center

Address:   101 East Pawnee

                   Wichita, Kansas 67211


Fees:         Member: $15

                   Non-member: $20

                   Students: Free


Lunch will be provided at this event.


Has your USGBC Central Plains Membership expired? Thinking of joining? Attend the LEEDv4 program in Kansas City or Wichita, and receive $10 off your membership fee! Discount only applies to members with “renewal due” or ‘lapsed” status, and to new member applications. Does not apply to members who currently have “active” status.

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