Building Green Buildings: Contractor's Perspective
The purpose of this 305 Building Green online course is to provide construction professionals with information that will help them to effectively bid, contract, build and close out green building projects. We will explore the green building process from the contractor's and subcontractor's point of view.
By the end of this Building Green online class students will:
- Know how green building impacts material and equipment procurement
- Understand how construction scheduling and sequencing is impacted by green building
- Be familiar with the risks imposed by green construction
- Know how to reduce the risks of green construction
- Know how to find green construction impact information in the specifications and contract
- Be able to evaluate subcontractors and material suppliers for green projects
- Understand the construction delivery methods associated with green projects
- Understand green procurement and the contractors responsibilities for same
- Know how green building will impact the construction processes
- Understand green project close-out and commissioning
- Know how to work with an outside commissioning authority to complete the job
Textbook: Building Green Buildings: The Contractor¿s Perspective
Link to: Contractors Guide to Green Building Construction: Management, Project Delivery, Documentation, and Risk Reduction by Thomas E. Glavinich
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* Course Fee: $576
For access to online classes, visit https://ilearn.sfsu.edu, using your SFSU ID and password. Students must be registered and paid to have access to class.
Students will be sent a separate login for all Construction Professional courses for access here:
Contact your program staff for questions.
|Refund Code||Session||Full Refund||75% Refund||No Refund|
|CEL_2||CEU/Non-Credit - More than one-day classes||Class dropped one day prior to class start day||Class dropped on class start day||Class dropped on the second calendar day from class start day|
Last Update: Dec 11, 2018 1:51pm