Every year, even experienced project managers find themselves challenged to control their first LEED, WELL, or other certification process. It’s a foreign and complex process to the uninitiated with high stakes. However, with just a little preparation plus the right knowledge of tricks and common pitfalls, you’ll save countless hours and avoid constant headaches. This webinar gives you easy-to-apply advice, from collaborating with subs and product verification to streamlining submittals for fewer rewrites, and key information that will make your next sustainable project a lot easier to manage. Demand for sustainable construction is growing; this webinar will help you rise to meet it.
About the speakers:
Kristin Brubaker, LEED AP BD+C - Customer Acquisition & Education Manager at Green Badger
Kristin has a profound understanding of sustainability in the built environment through her degree in environmental science and previous experience working in the general contractor realm. She is passionate about educating individuals about the environmental impact of construction and implementing sustainability practices efficiently and effectively. She has led multiple corporate responsibility initiatives focused on reducing environmental impact and earned her LEED AP BD+C in 2021. Kristin is currently the Customer Acquisition and Education Manager for Green Badger with a focus on ESG (Environmental Social Governance) implementation in the construction industry and supporting our customers on their sustainability journey.
Tommy Linstroth, LEED Fellow - Founder and CEO at Green Badger
Tommy is a recognized industry authority on LEED certifications and sustainable construction. Regularly featured or quoted in trade media, by the USGBC, and seen speaking at industry events, Tommy brings to audiences his relatable experience having worked in many construction roles over his 20-year career. As a partner to more than 1,000 construction project teams, Tommy has seen just about everything in sustainable construction. His learnings and extensive database built from real construction projects provide valuable insights attendees will take with them to make LEED easier and much less confusing.
CMCI Recertification Points: 1
Professional Development Hours (PDH): 1