LEED IV: Building Product Life Cycle Assessment

May 15, 2005 |


LEED IV: Building Product Life Cycle Assessment



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Part 2 (PDF 1.5MB)

Part 3 (PDF 3.3MB)





Originally aired: Thursday, April 7, 2005

1:00 PM CDT



How the U.S. Green Building Council, its LEED Steering Committee, and the building product manufacturing community are evaluating life cycle methodologies for use in LEED Version 3.0. Products affected include carpeting, furniture, roof systems, glass, wood, wall systems, flooring, lighting, elevators, steel, and cement.



Moderated by:

Rob Cassidy, Editor-in-Chief, Building Design & Construction Magazine



Our Faculty of Experts:
Steven R. Baer

Senior Principal Scientist with Armstrong World Industries.

Steve has extensive experience in Manufacturing, Product Development and Process Management. Recent projects have included work to develop Life Cycle Assessment of various Armstrong products.
Rita C. Schenck, Ph.D.

Executive Director, Institute for Environmental Research and Education

Dr. Schenck is an environmental manager and scientist who has spent many years developing methods to integrate economic and environmental concerns. One of her primary interests is developing management systems that use environmental performance measures to drive economic growth and thereby achieve sustainability.
James A. Fava, Ph.D.

Five Winds International - Managing Director

Dr. Fava has nearly 30 years of experience in consulting to help clients achieve both business benefits and environmental improvements. He has played a key role (e.g., head of delegation, international expert) in the ISO 14000 TC-207 Environmental Management System standards since 1993, particularly related to the LCA and Integrating Environmental aspects into Product Design and Development standards.

 

 



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