SRG Partnership Inc
110 Union Street
Seattle, WA 98101
7:45 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013
January 16, 2013Credits Earned:
1 AIA HSW Hours
3 AIA HSW/SD CE Hours
2 GBCI CE Hour for LEED Professionals “Agenda”07:45 - 08:00 AM Registration
08:00 – 09:00 AM
Creating & Implementing a Successful Indoor Air Quality Plan
1 AIA HSW/SD CE Hour | Course Number: glsp00a
1 LEED Specific BD+C GBCI CE Hour | GBCI Course ID: 0090007672
1 LEED Specific GBCI CE Hour for LEED Green Assoc
Provider: GreenCE, Inc.
Presenter: Heather DeGrella,
This course draws on real-life LEED project experience and examples to train the audience in good techniques for both creating and implementing a successful Indoor Air Quality Plan. It focuses on the implementation of IEQ Credits 3.1 and 3.2, but also addresses related credits such as IEQ 1,2,4, and 5 Credits, as well as LEED EBOM and Commercial Interiors related credits. The course guides the audience through design phase strategies, such as how to author an IAQ Plan for During Construction, how to prioritize decisions, and additional resources. For the Construction phase, the course shares tips on training, contracts, and inspections, describes control measure techniques, and illustrates both compliant and non-complaint examples from the field. Finally, the course offers suggestions for
ensuring lasting IAQ for the operational stage of the building.Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the design professional will be able to:
1. Describe the difference between IEQ and IAQ and explain how IAQ credits are
allocated within the LEED BD + C Categories.
2. List applicable IAQ LEED credits and discuss strategies for achievement in both the
Design and Construction Phases of a LEED Project.
3. Describe best practices when implementing a Construction IAQ Management Plan.
4. List the Indoor Air Quality measures that should be addressed for any IAQ
Management Plan and describe what a typical IAQ Management Plan looks like.
5. List good practices for IAQ implementation during construction and compare these
with examples of what not to do.
6. Describe all applicable IAQ credits that should be addressed both before occupancy
and post-occupancy and explain strategies for implementation of these credits.09:10-10:10 AM
Understanding Recycled Content Surfacing Material
1 AIA HSW/SD CE Hour | AIA Course Number: ICS06A
1 GBCI CE Hour for LEED Professionals | GBCI Course ID: 0090003989
Provider: InfoSpec, Inc.
Presenter: Pothara In
This one hour live course describes the importance of recycled content surfacing products and how they
affect a building's indoor environmental quality.
We will review how these materials are manufactured and specified and we will evaluate how they may
contribute towards LEED project certification.
After a comparison on traditional and recycled surfacing materials, we will discuss the importance of
going beyond "green".
10:20 - 11:20 AM
EPDM Defining the Standard for 50 years
1 AIA HSW/SD Hour | AIA Course Number: SDR 113
Provider: Carlisle Syntec
Presenter: George Pfeiffer
Participants will learn the features and benefits of EPDM roofing solutions that have been proven to perform as well as advancements in technology that contribute to higher quality installations and long term service life.11:30 - 12:30 PM
Steep Slope Stone Coated Metal Roofing Systems
1 AIA HSW CE Hour
Provider: InfoSpec, Inc.| Course: IMU07C
Sponsor: Metals USA
Presenter: Patrick Barton
• Define stone coated Metal.
• Depict how stone coated Metal roofing is manufactured.
• Explain the benefits of stone coated metal roofing.
• Demonstrate new and innovative ideas to take into the design process for schools, hospitals and other commercial applications, and to help you through that process.
• Discuss how specifying stone coated metal roofing systems may contribute towards a project earning LEED certification.
• Describe how Stone Coated Metal Roofing Systems are energy efficient & Energy Star qualified.
• Explain the cost benefits of Stone Coated Metal roofing systems.
Seattle CE Academy 26.62