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27275

Design-Build and Sustainability

Author: Design Build Institute of America

Category: Online Architecture Training > Construction

Design Build and Sustainability Written by: Suzanne Sowinski, President and Director of Sustainable Design Sowinski Sullivan Architects, PC (SSA) Course Length: 3 Modules / 2 Hours Course Credit Hours: 2 Hours Course Overview: This course assumes that the student has a basic...

Keywords: design-build, design/build, design build, design and build, design/construct, "turnkey, "engineer-procure, construct, engineer, procure, DBIA, DBIA Training, Design-Build Institute, single source responsibility, design-build-finance, design build dateline, design build and sustainable design, acquisition, acquisition planning, owners, best value selection, BVS, acquisition model, acquisition strategy, collaboration, Procurement Methods, Contract Types, Sustainability, Sustainable Toolkit, Sustainable Design, Sustainable Design-Build, Sustainable Resources, resources, Consumption, World Energy, Building Energy Use, Green Design, Life Cycle Costing, Building Impact, Sustainable Codes, Sustainability Standards, standards, Incentives, LEED, LEED Certification, Green Rating Systems, Green Globes, LEED Details, IgCC Details, Building Codes, Government Mandates, Building Siting, Natural Ventilation, Material Selection, Energy Consumption, Daylighting, Greenwashing, BIM, Energy Models, Whole Building Performance, Life Cycle Analysis, Integrated Team, Value Engineering, Charrettes, Recycled Content

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Table of Contents:

Module 1 The Basics:
1.0 Sustainability
1.1 Sustainable Design
1.2 Sustainable Design-Build

Module 2 Sustainable Toolkit:
2.1 Sustainable Codes
2.2 Standards
2.3 Sustainable Design Tools

Module 3 Making Sustainable Design Work:
3.1 Whole Building Performance / Design Concepts
3.2 Integrated Teams
3.3 Sustainability In Action

Comments:

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Jim Rodgers Jim Rodgers said:

I think the material was useful, the format was good. The presentation was kind of flat

posted about 1 month ago
Theresa Yee Theresa Yee said:
posted 10 months ago
Michael Billing Michael Billing said:

Wish it wasn't just for buildings. Should have touched all the markets.

posted over 2 years ago
erin brozovich erin brozovich said:

The content of the course was good. However, there were a lot of typos in the exam. Also, I was unable to review the exam. When I went to review, the icon "loading data" appeared but I was never able to review the exam.

posted almost 4 years ago
David Salud David Salud said:

Good information. Regarding the Modules, quiz 3 and exam one could not review results. When attempting to open an icon noting "Loading Data" which never opened for viewing.

Coming to that portion for review was not a good experience to attempt numerous times.

posted about 4 years ago
Included Modules:
  • 21989

    DBIA Introduction by Lisa Washington

  • 27260

    Design-Build and Sustainability - Module 1 Module 1: The Basics 1.0 Sustainability 1.1 Sustainable Design 1.2 Sustainable Design-Build

  • 27245

    Design-Build and Sustainability - Quiz Module 1 Design-Build & Sustainability Quiz for Module 1: The Basics This course assumes that the student has a basic knowledge of the various project delivery methods and preferably has taken the Fundamentals of Project Delivery course offered by DBIA. At the end of this course the attendee wi... more

  • 27266

    Design-Build and Sustainability - Module 2 Module 2: Sustainable Toolkit 2.1 Sustainable Codes 2.2 Standards 2.3 Sustainable Design Tools

  • 27246

    Design-Build and Sustainability - Quiz Module 2 Design-Build & Sustainability Quiz for Module 2: The Sustainable Toolkit This course assumes that the student has a basic knowledge of the various project delivery methods and preferably has taken the Fundamentals of Project Delivery course offered by DBIA. At the end of this course th... more

  • 27250

    Design-Build and Sustainability - Module 3.1 Module 3: Making Sustainable Design Work 3.1 Whole Building Performance / Design Concepts

  • 27270

    Design-Build and Sustainability - Module 3.2 Module 3: Making the Sustainable Design Work 3.2 Integrated Teams

  • 27274

    Design-Build and Sustainability - Module 3.3 Module 3: Making Sustainable Design Work 3.3 Sustainability In Action

  • 27247

    Design-Build and Sustainability - Quiz Module 3 Design-Build & Sustainability Quiz for Module 3: Making Sustainable Design Work This course assumes that the student has a basic knowledge of the various project delivery methods and preferably has taken the Fundamentals of Project Delivery course offered by DBIA. At the end of this co... more

  • 27248

    Design-Build and Sustainability - Final Exam Final Exam Design-Build & Sustainability

Attachments
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  • Sustainability Module 1 Notes Handout (Slides)

    Module 1 Slides.

  • 9.3 MB
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  • Sustainability Module 2 Notes Handout (Slides)

    Module 2 Slides.

  • 3.61 MB
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  • Sustainability Module 3 Notes Handout (Slides)

    Module 3 Slides.

  • 11.73 MB
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  • Use of Stipends

    DBIA Position Statement

  • 6.36 MB
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  • Organization of DB Entity

    DBIA Position Statement

  • 3.58 MB
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  • Role of Qualifications in Selection of a Design-Builder

    DBIA Position Statement

  • 1.49 MB
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  • Integrated Project Delivery

    DBIA Position Statement

  • 2.49 MB
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  • Best Value Selection

    DBIA Position Statement

  • 2.31 MB
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  • Suzanne Sowinski - Presenter Bio

  • 46.84 KB
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  • Role of Qualification in Selection of a Design-Builder

    DBIA Position Statement

  • 1.49 MB
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  • Design Excellence

    DBIA Position Statement

  • 952.86 KB