Discover how to make a substantial impact on the environment by strategically selecting materials and optimizing designs to decrease carbon footprint and construction waste. This course covers vital aspects, including the importance of embodied carbon, the infusion of sustainability into design, the selection of low-carbon materials, a comprehensive understanding of green building standards and certifications, seamless material integration, the effective employment of digital tools for efficiency, and an in-depth examination of real-world case studies. Gain an understanding of how to align with the requisites for obtaining possible BD+C and ID+C LEED credits.
Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) Justification:
By educating professionals on reducing embodied carbon and construction waste, this course fosters environmentally responsible material choices. Evaluating materials' impact on indoor environments contributes to enhancing occupant well-being. Circular design concepts minimize waste and promote safe practices. Addressing transparent material attributes empowers ethical decisions. Integrating digitalization boosts efficiency and safety. In summary, the course seamlessly integrates health, safety, and welfare into sustainable design and construction.
AIA|HSW, ASID, GBCI|LEED AP ID+C|LEED AP BD+C|WELL AP, IDS, IDC, IDCEC|HSW, IIDA
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