A one-stop guide to managing a LEED-New Construction project and mastering the tools to make the process more efficient.
"LEED-New Construction Project Management" guides architects, engineers, and contractors in managing high-performance commercial and institutional projects. First-time LEED users can refer to the book to cut down on time spent understanding and creating their own project management systems. LEED Project Managers will be equipped with tools to manage and implement a LEED project more efficiently and effectively. Project Team Members will get a better understanding on their roles and responsibilities in the implementation of a LEED project. Building owners and developers will get a big picture overview on the steps involved in getting a building LEED certified. There currently is no single defined methodology available for actual management of a LEED project. This "GreenSource" guide fills the need for a LEED project management roadmap.
"LEED-New Construction Project Management" features: Practical, useful, guidance and tools that can be taken straight to the project for implementation A focus on theory as well as practical "how-to-get things done" items Helpful illustrations, including spreadsheets, diagrams, tables, charts, and examples that simplify understanding of the content
Step-by-step coverage of LEED-New Construction project management
The Emergence of the LEED Rating System; How to Best manage LEED Projects; Doing the Ground Work: Project Definition and Goal Setting; Integrating with Design: Design Phase Activities; Implementing During Construction: Construction Phase Activities; What Lies Ahead
Number Of Pages: 496
Published: 21st September 2010
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.0 x 19.0
Weight (kg): 1.03
Edition Number: 1