Thursday, April 14, 2016, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
FREE for BOMA Georgia Members and Non-Members; registration is required.
Join BOMA Georgia and the Green Chamber of the South for "LEED 101: What It's All About."
During this meeting, Mark Roth and Shannon Westberg will discuss the basics of LEED certification, including an evaluation of the difference between building and individual certification. This meeting will help you answer the question of which type of certification is more important for 1) my property 2) my career. This meeting will also highlight all the different available categories of LEED certification.
This free seminar program produced by BOMA Georgia in partnership with the Green Chamber of the South and Southeast Green includes lunch!
About the Speakers
Shannon Westberg is a senior property manager with The Simpson Organization in Atlanta. Shannon has 20 years of management experience with an emphasis on sustainable building operations. As manager of the Hurt Building, a downtown Atlanta high-rise Commercial Office building, Shannon led the building to numerous historical milestones. The Hurt Building was the first office building in Georgia to receive the BOMA 360 designation, the first LEED-EBOM Gold certified commercial office building in Georgia and one of only a handful of office towers in the world - over 100 years old - to be recertified LEED-EBOM Platinum.
Mark G. Roth is the director of engineering for Riverview Realty Partners and directs the Engineering Department on building operations. He is a member of BOMA, ASHREA, USGBC (National and Local Chapter Member) and NFPA. Mr. Mark G. Roth holds the designation of SMA from BOMA and is one of the first individuals in the U.S. to hold the new LEED AP O+M Accreditation from the USGBC.