Green building fundamentals: moving the construction industry toward to a sustainable future
- October 21, 2010 5:17am
Learn how to optimize the environmental performance of any construction project with practical strategies for implementing green building practices and sustainable design concepts. The California State University, East Bay Certificate in Green Building Fundamentals and LEED Accreditation is designed to provide a practical guide to understanding and applying fundamental sustainable construction practices and the LEED Green Building Rating System. Students will also be provided an ideal step-by-step study guide which features discussion on each LEED topic and a focused study plan to help graduates prepare for the LEED Accredited Professional Exam.
For more information on this program contact Program Coordinator Celeste Agana-Carlos at 510-885-4921 or email@example.com.
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