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How environmental engineer join in Leed Proejct?

How environmental engineer join in Leed Proejct?

How environmental engineer join in Leed Proejct?

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I am just wonder how environmental engineer join in LEED project. I am applying for evironmental engineering program now and would like to know their possibility. My university more likely concentrate on water.

please give me any opinion.  

RE: How environmental engineer join in Leed Proejct?

Civil Company over here.  We got on our first LEED project through a referral from a friend's surveying company.  We got our 2nd LEED project after that same developer liked us and is using us again.  Is what you mean?

From what I thought before and learned during a green charette meeting, the Mechanical Engineer and Architect have the most responsibility for LEED.  I don't think there is too much an Enviromental Engr has a say regarding LEED or at least there are not many points to be gained.

Civil Development Group, LLC
Los Angeles Civil Engineering specializing in Hillside Grading
http://www.civildevelopmentgroup.com
http://www.civildevelopmentgroup.com/blog

RE: How environmental engineer join in Leed Proejct?

This has been our experience as of yet: We received a call from a potential client some months ago stating he had a LEED silver project for us, but he asked if we had LEED accreditation. We had to tell him no, and we didn't get the project. So, I have just received accreditation for LEED Green Associate. We have plenty of engineering experince in-house, but without the hands-on experience of an actual LEED project. We therefore are waiting for another call to come in from an Architect or someone similar to get in on a LEED project.

Richard L. Flower, P. E., LEED Green Associate
Senior Structural Engineer
Complere Engineering Group, Inc.

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