Buildings Are for People: Design Strategies for Occupant Engagement - Update
GreenCE’s mission is to support the necessary transition to a sustainable built environment by empowering design professionals to address the environmental, economic, and social impacts of buildings. GreenCE’s course catalog includes LEED exam preparation, continuing education to maintain your AIA or LEED credential, as well as specialty education focused on topics such as ADA/Barrier-Free requirements. We are committed to designing the highest quality continuing education programs in the construction industry.
In this one-hour course, the participant will explore design strategies that encourage beneficial occupant behavior. Consider the impacts occupant behavior changes can have on a building over its lifetime, dispel myths that key occupant behaviors cannot be directed by designers, and learn how these strategies can help achieve LEED certification.
- Discuss how occupant behavior impacts a building’s environmental performance
- Identify design strategies that encourage beneficial occupant behavior in the areas of transportation, energy and water conservation, materials, and indoor environmental quality
- Explain how to target strategies by including representative occupants in the design process
- Describe how design strategies aimed at occupant behavior can help projects achieve LEED certification
10 Multiple Choice and True/False Questions
A score of 80% or higher is required to receive a certificate of completion