A preview, status & look at how LEED version4 impacts you.
Learn the truth about the proposed system changes to LEED and what it means to your projects. Led by local sustainability managers Tim Murray, LEED AP BD+C and David MacLean, LEED AP BD+C followed with a panel of experts for Q&A.
Approved for two GBCI CE credits.
Topics covered will include:
- How LEED Evolves
- Why LEED v4 is delayed
- Controversial Credit Changes
- The future of LEED
Who should attend? What should you bring?
LEED APs with specialties Questions, comments, concerns
LEED GAs seeking education Pencils, pens and pads
Anyone working on LEED Tablet for writing notes
Green Building Resource Center
1002 Washington Ave.
Houston, TX 77002
Tuesday, September 25th
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
$35/ members $65/non-members
Tim Murray is the Sustainability Director at Apollo BBC, Inc. He is an active participant in the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), currently serving on the USGBC South Central Regional Committee. He recently competed two terms as a member of the national Chapter Steering Committee and one term as a voting member of the national LEED Steering Committee. He previously served as Chair of the USGBC Texas Gulf Coast Chapter. He is also the co-chair of the Greater Houston Partnership’s Green Building Sub-committee. He has led the certification process in several dozen projects in the New Construction, Commercial Interiors and Core and Shell rating systems. He is a LEED Accredited Professional with Specialty (Building Design & Construction), a Certified Sustainable Development Professional and a certified GPRO instructor.
David MacLean joined CHP & Associates in 2007 as Sustainability Manager, bringing to the Company an extensive knowledge of large cooling plant designs and energy efficiency analysis. He has a passion for environmentally conscious design. The construction industry has always been a part of David’s life, beginning at an early age working with his father’s construction business. After having served 12 years as a military officer, he returned to his construction roots, earning a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from North Carolina State University. During nine years as a System Engineer with The Trane Company, he assisted owners and engineers in the analysis of cooling plant systems and in the selection of operating strategies and equipment enhancements to improve overall operating efficiency. David is an active member of USGBC, and is currently the Chair of the Education Committee. He has been a LEED Accredited Professional since 2004.