This AIA approved continuing education course for Architects demonstrates how to apply the LEED® Green Building Rating System Versions 2.1 and 2.2 for New Construction and Major Renovations (LEED-NC) to projects in a campus or multi-building setting such as corporate campuses, college campuses, and government installations (i.e. there is one owner or common property management and control). This method is intended for projects where several buildings are constructed at once, in phases, or a single building is constructed in a setting of existing buildings with common ownership or planning with the ability to share amenities or common design features. The AIA has approved this continuing education course for 1.5 continuing education hours. Those hours are classified as HSW (health, safety, and welfare) learning units. These hours will help architects and professional engineers maintain their state licenses and AIA or other association memberships.
Course Number: AIAPDH105
Learning Units: 1.5
AIA Credit Designations: LU/HSW
Learning Objective 1: Upon completion of this course, the student will be aware that LEED-NC can be used as a performance standard for greening the design of a building or set of buildings within a campus setting or a group of buildings certifying as a set.
Learning Objective 2:The student will understand which of the three approaches to certifying buildings in a campus setting are most appropriate for a given project.
Learning Objective 3:The student will know the intent of each LEED-NC Green Building Rating System credit and prerequisite as developed for commercial facilities.
Learning Objective 4:The student will understand how to apply the prerequisites and credits of the LEED-NC Green Building Rating System to campus and multi-build projects.