LEED EBOM Technical Review - Existing Buildings

  • 25 Aug 2011
  • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • SDG&E Energy Innovation Center (SDEIC), 4760 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA 92117

LEED EBOM Technical Review - Existing Buildings

Sponsored by San Diego Gas & Electric

This workshop will prepare you for an in-depth understanding of the LEED EBOM system, and will provide you a framework for developing efficiency and sustainability plans for existing buildings.  The course will begin with a general introduction to sustainable operations & maintenance, LEED EBOM implementation and a credit by credit technical review.  If you work with existing buildings, this is a wealth of information. 
About the Speaker:
Alex Spilger is Principal and Founder of GreenStep: Education for the Built Environment and teaches LEED workshops for organizations throughout the Bay Area. He draws from his experience working on over two dozen green building projects to offer practical and engaging workshops designed to prepare you pass the test with confidence - the first time. Alex's experience includes facilitating eco-charrettes, researching green building technologies and policy, and managing both the people and the processes involved with taking projects through LEED Certification. Alex is an active member of USGBC-NCC and serves on the USGBC Corresponding Committee for LEED EBOM. In addition to leading green building courses, he works with BCCI Construction; helping to educate staff, develop internal tools and systems, and facilitate the LEED documentation efforts on several projects. He is also founding board member of GreenLaces.org, a non-profit committed to leveraging the visibility and influence of athletics to create positive change for the planet. Alex is a LEED Accredited Professional, Certified Green Building Professional, AIA Continuing Education Provider, HERS Rater and holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from UCLA.

When not advising on green building projects or facilitating workshops, Alex specializes in teaching Exam Preparation workshops for USGBC-NCC, and is noted for being one of the highest quality instructors of this field.



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