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If you’re new to Integrative Process, how to get started
The Integrative Design Process is different from the conventional, or linear, design process. A linear process approaches each problem directly and separately, while an integrated process approaches each problem from the varied viewpoints of multiple participants and the issues they represent.

You will learn:
• Details for how the overall time frame for integrative design process from project inception to the delivery of bidding documents can remain the same as for traditional design process—but the allocation of effort becomes redistributed
• Why 70% of environmental impacts are made during the first 10% of the design process
• How to begin with research and analysis on four key subsystems—site, water, energy and materials—prior to a goal-setting charrette
• How to get input from all key stakeholders and members of the design team before schematic design begins
• How the front end loading of analysis allows for the CD phase to be significantly reduced and utilized for documenting earlier design decisions

This course is good for 1 LEED Specific CE Credit (BD+C) 1 AIA LU/HSW and is available for USGBC Ohio Members only. For USGBC Ohio Membership, please visit our website. Attendees must be registered by 10:30am the day of the webinar. For scheduling purposes, please use the 'Add to Calendar Button' in blue at the right of the screen. A link to the WebEx Meeting will be emailed to you from Eventbrite sixty minutes prior to the viewing. Attendees can view the webinar from any computer with functioning audio and video. Please make sure that when joining the meeting you type in the full name(s) of all the registered viewers at your location viewing the webinar and stay for the duration of the video(s) to be considered as present. CE credits will be submitted automatically.

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