As many of you already know, San Diego Green Building Council's executive director, Doug Kot, is moving on to rejoin the private sector. Although he will remain on the board of directors, beginning in early March, he will no longer be involved in the day-to-day operations of the chapter. In his place, the ridiculously talented Renée Daigneault will be acting as interim executive director as the board searches for a permanent replacement.
Right now, we are working on putting together a retrospective on some of our organization's biggest accomplishments under Doug's amazing leadership. In the meantime, if you want to catch Doug in action one more time before he moves on, he will be teaching a course at San Diego's Energy Innovation Center tomorrow, Wednesday, February 26 from 8:00 to 5:00.
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Explore the LEED® rating system for New Construction
In this course, you will explore the LEED® for New Construction rating system. Learn about credit intents, requirements, and referenced standards, as well as synergies among credits, and specifics of the LEED certification process. This course also provides a foundation for pursuing the LEED AP BD+C exam.
This session can be reported for 7 LEED specific GBCI credential maintenance hours under the "education" activity type
About the speaker: Doug Kot is the Executive Director, US Green Building Council – San Diego Chapter. Doug is an architect and planner with more than 14 years of experience with green building and environmentally sustainable planning projects. His experience includes all phases and scales of project development - from writing general plans through building detailing to conceptual design through post-occupancy evaluation.