Sunday, October 21, 2007

Tip #7: Case Study



Ok, you've read the LEED Reference V 2.2 book twice and you're still not sure if you can remember most of the information. Don't worry, most of us feel the same way. One good way to become more familiar with LEED points is to read through case studies.

Where to find them? Luckily, the Sidwell Friends Middle School has a website that goes through step by step the different "green" features in the building. Its nice illustrations and explanations will definitely help you remember those LEED points better!

Sidwell Friends Middle School Green Tour

4 comments:

Dsntyield said...

The Sidwell Friends School is also important because the USGBC touts it all over capitol hill as their "model green school" to be reproduced around the country. Except they don't mention how much extra it costs to go platinum. Still the school itself is breathtaking.

Pat said...

This is an awesome way to study for the LEED test and see real word examples of the LEED credits being put to use. Thank you!

-Pat
http://www.intheleed.com

Christian said...
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Leeditnow said...

Nice ! way to study for the LEED Green Associate Exam and see real word examples of the LEED credits being put to use. Thank you!

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