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Society of American Military Engineers LEED 2009 Overview. Drew George, P.E. November 12, 2009. Drew George & Partners *employee-owned*. PAL. P urpose : Provide overview of LEED 3.0 vs. 2.2 A genda: Key improvements to LEED Changes to all LEED Systems Other LEED Updates 2009 AP Exam

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society of american military engineers leed 2009 overview

Society of American Military EngineersLEED 2009 Overview

Drew George, P.E.

November 12, 2009

Drew George & Partners

*employee-owned*

slide2
PAL

Purpose: Provide overview of LEED 3.0 vs. 2.2

Agenda:

  • Key improvements to LEED
  • Changes to all LEED Systems
  • Other LEED Updates
  • 2009 AP Exam
  • Changes to Reference Guide
  • Changes to LEED Online

Length: 15 minutes

Length: 15 minutes

drew george partners who we are
Drew George & Partners: Who We Are
  • Founded in 2003
  • San Diego Based
  • LEED Consulting and Commissioning Services for Green Buildings
  • Employee-owned

“Our Passion is Accelerating the Building Industry\'s Transformation to Sustainability.”

completed leed projects 25
Completed LEED Projects: 25

Sempra Murrieta

Murrieta, CA

LEED Certified

Sempra Yukon

Hawthorne, CA

LEED Silver

Sun Harbor Marina

San Diego, CA

LEED Certified

George L. Stevens Center

San Diego, CA

LEED Gold

111 South Wacker

Chicago, IL

LEED-CS Gold

San Diego Foundation

San Diego, CA

LEED Silver

Northwest Police

San Diego, CA

LEED Silver

SDCCD

Learning Resource Center

LEED Silver

Centrum 1

San Diego, CA

LEED Certified

Sabre Springs Blg 3

San Diego, CA

LEED Silver

TSDF Suite 100

San Diego, CA

LEED Certified

Hotel Indigo

San Diego, CA

LEED Certified

Riverside East DMV

Riverside, CA

LEED Silver

active leed projects september 2009
Active LEED Projects: September 2009

Existing Buildings

Burnham Institute for Medical Research

Hospitality

Marriott Ballroom Replacement

Ronald McDonald House

Mixed Use/Retail

Pacific Station

Peckham Plaza

Red Maple Village, Tracy, CA

Municipal

Coronado Boathouse & Club

Coronado Tennis Center

County Operations Center

Encinitas Fire Station 2

Vista Fire Station 6

Offices/Commercial

Med Impact at Scripps Highland

Med Impact II

West Wireless Health Institute

  • Airports
  • San Diego International Airport
  • K-12 Education
  • Hoover High School Woodshop
  • Higher Education
  • Mt San Antonio College, Los Angeles
  • San Diego Community College District
    • Heavy Duty Transportation
    • Mesa College SSB
    • Miramar Arts & Humanities
    • Miramar Technology
    • Skills Center
    • Vocational Training Center
  • University of California, San Diego
    • Gilman Transit Center
    • Muir College Apartments
    • Stewart Commons
    • TMAC
  • USD University Center
  • Military
  • Child Development Center, Lemoore
  • Combat Training Tank
  • Community Centers
    • Camarillo
    • China Lake
    • Lemoore
    • Point Magu
    • Port Hueneme
  • Consolidated Comm/Electric, Pendleton
  • Lifelong Learning Center, 29 Palms
  • Repair Training Building A, Lemoore
  • NAS Group Hangar #5, Lemoore
  • Physical Fitness Center, Pendleton
  • Special Boat Team 12 Naval Storage
  • Religious
  • Friends Center
  • Unitarian Universalist Church, Fresno

*All projects in San Diego unless otherwise noted.

key improvements to leed
Key Improvements to LEED
  • Alignment & Standardization of LEED Requirements across Rating Systems
  • Credit Weighting
  • Bonus Credits for Region’s Critical Issues
changes to all leed systems
Changes to All LEED Systems
  • 110 points possible for all Rating Systems
2009 accredited professional exam
2009 Accredited Professional Exam
  • 80 Questions
  • Minimum Scaled Score of 170
  • 2 Hours
  • Continuing Education is Required
  • 3 “Tiers” of Recognition…
1 leed green associate may 09
1. LEED Green Associate (May ’09)
  • Application Fee: $50
  • Core Knowledge Exam: $150 (2 hours)
  • Continuing Ed: $50 (15hours every 2 Years)
2 leed ap summer 09
2. LEED AP+ (Summer ’09)
  • Requires Experience on a LEED Project
  • Application Fee: $100
  • Core Knowledge Exam & Specialty Exam: $300 (2 hours for each Exam)
  • Continuing Ed: $50 (30 hours every 2 Years)
3 leed ap fellow
3. LEED AP Fellow
  • 3rd Tier
  • “an elite class of leading professionals”
  • Requirements & Fees not yet published
changes to reference guides
Changes to Reference Guides
  • Consolidated NC, CS, and Schools into “Building Design & Construction”
  • “Commercial Interiors” is now “Interior Design & Construction”
  • “Existing Buildings” is now “Building Operations & Maintenance”
changes to leed online
Changes to LEED Online
  • Project Information Forms – saves a lot of time by asking for information in one place, whereas the old version asks for the same basic info in a lot of credits.
  • Tab for Mid Review Clarification, which allows the review team to ask you questions during the review rather than at the end.
  • Project Team Members must log in to edit and save changes to Letter Templates – you can’t save Templates to your computer.
downloading leed online
Downloading LEED Online
  • Must have Adobe Reader 9 set as default
  • Internet Explorer v 6, 7, or 8
  • Does not yet work with Safari and Firefox
existing leed ap s
Existing LEED AP’s

Q: When can I enroll in the new tiered system?

A: LEED APs without specialty credentialed under NC, CI or EB can enroll in the new tiered system between summer 2009 and summer 2011 at www.gbci.org > My Credentials.

grandfather rule
“Grandfather Rule”
  • Q: How do I fit into the new tiered system as a LEED AP without specialty credential under New Construction, Commercial Interiors, or Existing Buildings?
  • A: LEED APs without specialty credential under NC, CI, or EB have three options:
1 enroll as leed ap with specialty
1. Enroll as LEED AP with specialty
  • Become a LEED AP with specialty by enrolling in the new tiered system—
    • i.e. agreeing to the Credentialing Maintenance Program (CMP)
    • and signing the disciplinary policy
    • and completing prescriptive CMP for the initial 2-year reporting period.
    • Once you have enrolled, you will use one of the new specialty designations (O&M, BD&C, ID&C) after your name. 
    • Enrollment must occur before summer 2011.
2 pass examination
2. Pass examination
  • Become a LEED AP with specialty by passing one of the new specialty examinations;
  • only the specialty part of the exam will be required if testing by summer 2011.
  • When applying for the exam you will need to sign the disciplinary policy and agree to CMP. 
  • You will need to complete the ongoing CMP for your designation and will use one of the new specialty designations (O&M, BD&C, ID&C) after your name.
3 leed ap without specialty
3. LEED AP without specialty
  • Do nothing; you will be designated a LEED AP without specialty in the LEED Professional Directory.
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