LEED® Prep BD&C: What You Really Need to Know to Pass the LEED AP Building Design & Construction Exam (ELDBDPR)

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Copyright: 2009
Page Count: 392
Format: E-Book
  • Holly Williams Leppo, AIA

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    Holly Williams Leppo, AIA, is an NCARB-certified architect, an NCIDQ certificate holder, and a LEED AP.  Ms. Leppo has authored and co-authored several ARE and LEED exam review books published by PPI.  She holds a bachelor of integrative arts degree from The Pennsylvania State University and a master of architecture degree from Washington University in St. Louis.

  • Meghan Peot

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    Meghan Peot is an educational services coordinator. She holds a bachelor of science degree from Colorado State University and a master of education degree from Western Washington University.
  • Brennan Schumacher, LEED AP

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    Brennan Schumacher, LEED AP, is a principal at David Nelson & Associates, LLC, which specializes in sustainable design and architectural lighting projects. He holds an associate of arts degree in electrical construction design and management from Dunwoody College of Technology.
  • LEED® Prep BD&C: What You Really Need to Know to Pass the LEED AP Building Design & Construction Exam (ELDBDPR)

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    LEED Prep BD&C is a valuable resource when preparing for the exam. With the E-Book version, you can study on public transit, at the coffee shop, or anyplace you can bring a mobile device.

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    To pass both parts of the LEED AP Building Design & Construction (BD&C) exam, you must successfully demonstrate your general knowledge of green building practices and your ability to implement the LEED BD&C rating systems.  LEED Prep BD&C gives you the power to pass the LEED AP BD&C exam with a complete, concise review. 

    Everything You Need to Succeed

    • Complete coverage of all eight exam subject areas

    • Diagnostic fill-in-the-blank worksheets with answer keys for all 70 LEED BD&C credits and prerequisites

    • 100 open-ended and short-answer review questions

    • More than 500 glossary terms, 80 referenced standards, and 2,000 index entries

    Exam Areas Covered

    • Synergistic Opportunities and the LEED Application Process

    • Project Site Factors

    • Water Management

    • Project Systems and Energy Impacts

    • Acquisition, Installation, and Management of Project Materials

    • Improvements to the Indoor Environment

    • Stakeholder Involvement in Innovation

    • Project Surroundings and Public Outreach

    • Please note the USGBC updated its exam format in 2014, and this book has not been revised to reflect those changes. For an updated list of exam topics, please visit USGBC.

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