Research shows that green buildings are better for their occupants, have higher values for their owners, and make real contributions to the sustainability of their communities. We are happy to share resources with our colleagues to support the growth of our industry.
Get ready to join the ranks of LEED professionals by attending our LEED Exam Preparation Course. This is the perfect way to mobilize to study for the exam, and to meet great colleagues. The course is designed to review the majority of the information which will be covered in the LEED Green Associate Exam and AP exams and provide the best possible tools and knowledge to help you ace it.
Our next class is 9/13/16 in Boston.
The USGBC Massachusetts Chapter will convene the Healthy Buildings Summit on October 26th, 2016. The Summit will bring together practitioners from all areas of real estate, construction and building operation who are working to improve the health effects of buildings. At this Summit we will be discussing healthy materials, the WELL Standard, nutrition & air quality, and other aspects of healthy workplaces.
Join us at the 2016 Green Building Showcase on 9/22/16, at 888 Boylston St in Boston - Boston Properties' new super-green office building. This is the Chapter’s premier fall event to showcase and celebrate exceptional green buildings conceived, designed, built & operated by our community of practitioners over the past year.
The WELL Building Standard was recently created to help design buildings that are better for human health. If you are interested in taking the WELL Exam to become a WELL Accredited Professional, we are offering an in-depth preparatory course! We will cover the WELL Building Standard ideology, structure, and certification process-- important topics for the exam!
Our next class is 9/14/16 in Boston.
USGBC Massachusetts Chapter members represent all parts of our state's green building movement. By growing our network, we can leverage more connections and strengthen our impact. Become a member to help us advocate for healthier, more sustainable buildings and communities in Massachusetts.