Beyond Buildings: LEED ND

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Please email [email protected] if you would like to attend this event. Thank you. BEYOND BUILDINGS: A Review of LEED for Neighborhood Development in Massachusetts


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This exciting program will look at sustainability beyond individual buildings to the district and neighborhood scale. How is the USGBC’s LEED ND rating system being used as a tool for enhancing communities in Massachusetts? How can our USGBC MA community of green building practitioners move beyond single building projects to entire neighborhoods and districts? How are government, for-profit and non-profits using LEED ND as a tool for enhancing sustainable development? This workshop will answer these and many other questions through a review of people and projects in Massachusetts that have used LEED ND as more than just a sustainable development certification program.



Coffee/networking 8:00 - 8:30AM
Intro and Welcome  8:30 – 8:40AM
LEED ND/LEED v4 8:40 – 8:50AM
LEED ND Pilots: 2008 – now: lessons learned 8:50 – 9:50AM

New LEED ND Projects

• Chelsea Box District

• Old Colony

• Codman Square

• Jackson Square

• Village at Taylor Pond

10:00- 11:15AM
LEED ND as a tool: alternative uses 11:15 - 11:50AM
Wrap Up 11:50AM – Noon















Cost: USGBC Members: $10.00 | Non-members: $20.00

Continuing Education: 3.5 GBCI | 3.5 AICP CM and 3.5 AIA Credits (pending)


We'll gather at Atlantic Wharf in Boston - a LEED Platinum, transit-oriented development building. Thanks to Boston Properties (USGBC MA Chapter Gold Sponsor) for securing the location, and thanks to our many partners and volunteers for coming together on this important topic. We look forward to seeing you there.


PROGRAM PARTNERS: USGBC MA | APA MA | LISC Boston | MAPC | MA Smart Growth Alliance | CHAPA | Central Mass Regional Planning Commission | BSLA | CNU New England | Mel King Institute


LEED for Neighborhood Development (LEED ND) is a joint effort between USGBC, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), and the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU).  It incorporates the principles of green building, smart growth, and new urbanism into a unique rating system that promotes sustainable neighborhood development






May 20th, 2014 8:00 AM   through   12:00 PM
290 Congress St
Fort Point Room, Atlantic Wharf Building
Boston, MA 02210-1005
United States
USGBC MA Chapter Member $ 10.00
Non-Member $ 20.00
Event Details
Branch Metro Boston
Theme Education