Strategies and Applications in LEED V3 and Sustainable Design Relating to Parking, Mixed-Use Structures and Transportation
Recorded on December 15, 2010 (60 minutes)

This webinar on sustainable design and LEED will cover the how LEED works, as well as the recent changes in project certification with V3, or LEED 2009.  The presentation will incorporate design strategies and potential point values for garages, mixed-use structures, and transportation options in LEED V3, as well as the advantages and challenges of certain applications.  The webinar will also give an overview of Green Globes and the Sustainable Sites pilot program as they relate to the parking industry.


Participants will gain a comprehensive overview of how these trends have impacted garage design and planning, a detailed understanding of the particular points and strategies, and how sustainable design decisions can impact parking design and operations.


Instructor Biographies:

Rachel Yoka is a LEED Accredited Professional and the Marketing Manager for Timothy Haahs & Associates, Inc. She serves as a Parking Specialist, leading study efforts and integrating parking and sustainable design practices. Rachel is active on the IPI Consultants Committee, and leads the Green Parking Council's Certification Committee. 


Megan Leinart is a LEED Accredited Professional and a Marketing Coordinator for TimHaahs. She is a Parking Specialist for the firm, assisting in the preparation of supply/demand studies, reports, and compilation of data for healthcare, municipal and private clientele.


Together, Megan and Rachel lead the firm's sustainability efforts and LEED services.


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Archived Event  $35.00 for IPI Members, $50.00 for Non-Members