New Urbanism: LEED® Application for Community Location, Linkage and Density

Start Date
09/11/2017
End Date
09/10/2019
Description
This course’s primary focus is on Community Connectivity and Density Issues, which complies with the LEED Specific category of Project Site Factors: Community Connectivity and Development. This course also complies, to a lesser extent, with the LEED Specific category of Stakeholder Involvement and Innovation: Ways to Earn Credit and the LEED Specific category of Project Surroundings and Public Outreach: Pedestrian Oriented Streetscapes.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Housing & Community Design
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.50
Learning Outcomes
Implement sustainable planning strategies that comply with community connectivity and density requirements of the LEED green building certification program.
Calculate formulas proving compliance with LEED credits in the LEED Building Design and Construction Sustainable Sites category.
Discuss the social aspects of community interaction through good architectural planning.
Discuss the relationship between New Urbanist concepts, Smart Growth, and LEED credit compliance.
Compare similarities between various LEED green building certification programs.
Instructors
Amy Stalbosky
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Course Codes
AEC567
Provider
AEC Daily Corporation


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