How will green building practitioners use the updated and mandated LEED v4 to raise the bar on energy & environmental performance in buildings? At the end of October 2016, the current LEED 2009 system will no longer accept new projects and all projects will be registering in v4. Will you be ready? What point and point complexes will help you through the new maze?Learn from practitioners who are already waist-deep in the v4 waters.
Get ready to join the ranks of LEED accredited professionals by attending our LEED Green Associate Exam Preparation Course. The Course is designed to review the majority of the information which will be covered in the LEED Green Associate Exam and provide the best possible tools and knowledge to help you ace it.
USGBC Massachusetts Chapter members represent the vanguard of professionals from all fields. We are local and international, big and small, mission and market-driven. We make an impact within each of our spheres of influence. Collectively we advance the movement for a more sustainable built environment.
Please join the USGBC on Thursday February 11th @6:30pm for our Annual Sustainable Dinner at the Commonwealth Restaurant; co-hosted with the Illuminating Engineers Society (IES).
We will enjoy a delicious & sustainable meal of the freshest locally sourced ingredients created by Chef Nookie; along with an educational presentation on the health effects of artificial lighting by our sponsor Jane Slade of RAB Lighting.
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.
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.