REGREEN® is the nation’s first and most comprehensive green residential remodeling program. The program is based on the REGREEN Residential Remodeling Guidelines©, a set of sustainability best practices that emphasize green product selection, team integration and whole-systems thinking.
The REGREEN Implementation Workshop addresses the industry-specific challenges interior designers face when renovating a client space. Building on foundational knowledge from the REGREEN Guidelines, the workshop employs faculty-led instruction and team charrettes to prepare designers to identify, evaluate and implement strategies to green their projects. It is the capstone course in the REGREEN Trained™ certificate program and offers 0.8 HSW CEU (IDCEC). The workshop is taught by Annette K. Stelmack, Allied ASID, LEED AP BD+C, sustainable design consultant at Inspirit-llc, contributing editor for Green Building Advisor, LEED faculty, and co-author of Sustainable Residential Interiors.
- Identify strategies from the REGREEN Residential Remodeling Guidelines© to adopt in daily practice.
- Understand the value of engaging whole-systems thinking and professional team integration.
- Incorporate spatial relationships, adjacencies and best practices when developing space plans.
- Select environmentally-preferable FF&E that contributes to healthy IEQ and resource conservation.
- Educate the client about non-toxic cleaning and maintenance operations.
REGREEN: A Guide for REGREEN Remodeling Projects (online course, 0.2 CEU), $39.99/$59.99; Enroll at http://regreenprogram.org/learning-programs/curriculum
Breakfast and lunch are included.
Contact Lori Tugman (email@example.com, 202-675-4440) or visit www.REGREENprogram.org.
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The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is the largest organization for professional interior designers and a valuable resource for education, training, business support and advocacy to more than 30,000 members. ASID is committed to leading research initiatives in the industry and provides networking opportunities and supoprt on national and local levels through 48 chapters in the U.S. and Canada.