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Tracking LEED Project Credits with Computer Software

Thu, 2009-09-24 00:16

I recently came across an interesting article on software advice about tracking LEED project credits with computer software. As many LEED APs probably know, tracking LEED credits is a document-intensive process. Submittal documentation includes drawings, receipts, product spec sheets, photos, commission plans and more. Adding to the clutter, numerous project members access and edit these documents.

The 'What's Next?' Phenomenon

Thu, 2009-09-24 00:12

I recently came across the following posting on the ARE Forum:

“This may sound crazy, but since passing the LEED exam, I have been moderately depressed. I know I should be climbing the walls with happiness, I feel spent. I cannot seem to get my engines going again. I was wondering if anyone else had ever experienced this?” 

Everblue Energy adds Baltimore to LEED course schedule

Wed, 2009-09-23 23:54

The education provider will make six trips to Maryland before the new year.


June 19, 2009 - Everblue Training Institute, a leading green education provider, has announced that it will begin offering its highly sought-after Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Exam Preparation courses for the LEED Green Associate level in Baltimore, MD. These series of courses will take place at the University of Baltimore, starting on June 29.

Leading America to Energy Independence

Wed, 2009-09-23 22:32

Chris Boggiano, a West Point officer and Iraq war veteran, served with the Army for five years reaching the rank of Captain and earned the Bronze Star with Valor for his actions in combat. His military assignments in Europe exposed him to countries well versed in sustainable building practices. Upon transition from the Army, Chris identified our country’s need for greater energy efficiency, saying that "In Europe, bike trails go everywhere and so do the trains.

2008 Election and Infrastructure Investment

Wed, 2009-09-23 22:26

I find it interesting all of the competing priorities that occupy the news and the presidential candidate speeches this fall. There’s the war in Iraq, the war on terror, the domestic economy, healthcare, globalization, oil prices, and the federal budget deficit. I’m sure that there are more. What’s interesting is that I think the focus or the winning solution to many of these issues lies with infrastructure.

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