Accu-Tech will be hosting our LEED Seminar Series courses in Philadelphia, PA (Wednesday May 9, 2012) at the Marriott Philadelphia West from 8:00am to 12:30pm (ET). The four hour course consists of the following one hour segments:
***Breakfast is sponsored by Ortronics from 7:30am to 8:00am. Please arrive by 7:45am for event registration. Lunch will also be provided following the morning session***
8:00am-12:30pm: LEED Seminar Series
*Credits received: (4) BICSI - RCDD, (4) BICSI - NTS, (4) BICSI - DCDC, (4) BICSI - RITP, (4) AIA, (4) GBCI - LEED AP, (4) GBCI - LEED GA, (4) BOMI (FMA, SMA, RPA)
- Energy Consumption Reduction Techniques - CPI, (8:00am-9:00am)
- LEED and Integrated Technology - General Cable, (9:10am-10:10am)
- Air Flow Management Impact on Energy Conservation in the Data Center - Ortronics (10:20am-11:20am).
- A New Approach to Lighting: Low Voltage - Redwood Systems, (11:30am-12:30pm)
Please join us at Shula's Grill 347 for "Green Scene" following the afternoon seminar for refreshments and appetizers. Shula's Grill is located inside the Philadelphia West Marriott.
***Be sure to sign up for our afternoon event as well. We'll cover..."Green Initiatives for Data Center Infrastructure, The Role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a LEED Gold Project, The Impacts of LEED Design on Wireless Communications and Sustainable Practices and LEED"***
We would like to invite industry professionals which hold various credentials such as the BICSI - RCDD, NTS & RITP, LEED AP, LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE, FMA, SMA, RPA, P.E. and AIA designations as well as any others that would find value in these topics. In addition to the unique educational opportunity the seminar provides, the course is also worth (4) Continuing Education Credits for a number of professional industry designations including the USGBC, BICSI, BOMI and AIA. As 11/4/2010, Accu-Tech was approved by the American Institute of Architects as an AIA CES Provider. Each one hour segment of this seminar will receive (1) SD/HSW (Sustainable Design/Health Safety Welfare) Learning Unit towards the AIA professional designation.
***All attendees will receive a template for submitting LEED specific credits for these courses to the GBCI.***
The seminar leader will be Mike Long, LEED Green Associate (Accu-Tech Dir. of Sustainable Design & Professional Education), who coordinates the LEED Seminar Series for Accu-Tech. The four hour course is listed on the USGBC, BICSI and BOMI (Building Operations Management Institute) websites. The AIA approved courses are listed on the AIA website. The credential maintenance value for the course(s) are also listed on each organization's website.