Healthy Materials – HPDs/EPDs/Life Cycle Analysis
(1 GBCI CE HR – Self Reporting)
Thursday, November 10, 2016
11:30 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: Abel’s on the Lake
With LEEDv4 becoming the required rating system November 1st, many sustainable leaders and project teams are working to gain an increased comfort level with the new strategies, especially those found in the Material Section. The Building Product Disclosure credits are those with rapid industry development as manufacturers and other organizations are working to increase resources to address project demand. During this presentation we will review two important Building Disclosure credits that address EPDs and HPDS, including: their importance, the role they play on projects, and the resources currently available to make projects successful.
- 1. Learn more about the Building Product Disclosure & Optimization credits on EPD and HPDS & how to discuss their role with project teams and clients.
- 2. Discover the most up-to-date resources available to find declarations and certifications.
- 3. Learn the pertinent part of the documents to determine LEED v4 compliance, including what is up-and-coming in the HPD.
- 4. Understand project strategies today for achieving these credits on projects.
Mary Dickinson, Perkins+Will
Mary is a Senior Associate and the Regional Sustainable Design Leader for the Texas practice of Perkins+Will. Fueled by her passion in refining the role and impact of the built environment on human and ecological health, Mary co-Chairs the firm wide Material Performance Lab. Her knowledge has been applied on a variety of project types, including: hospitals, cancer centers, K-12 schools, higher education, civic and corporate, among others. She is the Co-Chair of the HPC’s Special Conditions Technical Sub-Group and an active participant in the local community as a member of the USGBC North Texas Council, AIA Dallas’ Committee on the Environment, and as a member of the Dallas 2030 District’s Leadership Council. As an industry advocate of material health, Mary has shared her knowledge at numerous conferences and webinar-based programs.
USGBC Central Texas Chapter monthly luncheons include networking time, lunch, and valuable insights from thought-leaders and researchers related to sustainability and the building industry in the region.
USGBC Chapter members and non-members are welcome.
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