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Sustainability and the Built Environment

Course Number: ENGR X472.6

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3 units

Examine the fundamentals of sustainable design and construction concepts and practices in context with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) as the basis for instruction. This course emphasizes the principles, practices and applications of integrated project delivery methodologies, sustainable construction applications and current industry innovations in sustainability as it relates to the built environment. Students will learn to implement sustainable construction applications in construction projects; define the LEED® certification requirements; use integrated processes in the design and operations of sustainable built environments; and apply current innovations in design, strategies, and efficiencies for management of sustainable buildings.  Students will also prepare to successfully take the LEED® Green Associate exam.

Available Sections

Starting Apr 9

174MCC004

Starting Apr 9
174MCC004

Course Fees

$495 Early Bird Discount ends on Apr 3
$545 after Apr 3

Instructor

Michael Loya [ bio ]

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Michael Loya, B.S., Contracts Manager and Chief Estimator, Kaiser Permanente, has 40 years of general construction, contracting and financial management experience in the institutional, industrial and commercial construction markets. 

 

Schedule:

Mon 6:00 pm-9:30 pm
Apr 9 - May 21, 2018

Mon 6:00 pm-9:30 pm
Jun 11, 2018

8 Meetings

Location:

UCR Extension Center

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Section Notes:

None.

Textbook:

No Textbook Required.

Prerequisites

Applicable Certificates

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