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ULC Course Description

Sustainable Military Building Design and Construct
Control Number: 244
Course Number: 41SAL01A
CEUs: 2.4     PDHs: 0.0     LUs: 24.3     PDUs: 0.0     CMs: 0.0     ACE: 0.0     CEHs: 0.0
This course provides practical, hands-on training in this rapidly emerging and dynamic body of sustainability requirements that applies to all military construction. Trainees will gain understanding of the High Performance and Sustainable Buildings requirements (UFC 1-200-02)and become familiar with the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design - Building Design + Construction(LEED-BD+C) project rating tool. This course will help develop a skill set of procedures trainees can employ to successfully implement sustainable design and third party certification in projects as well as defining the documentation requirements to demonstrate compliance with Federal Guiding Principles.

This course covers the following topics: Federal mandates, Army Sustainable Design and Development (SDD) Policy, Air Force Policy. In-depth training on UFC 1-200-02 High Performance and Sustainable Buildings (HPSB) Requirements. Low Impact Development (LID). Incorporating HPSB in planning charettes, project delivery, contract documents and construction activities. Life-cycle cost analysis (LCCA), commissioning, energy analysis and strategies, sustainable technologies, water conservation, waste diversion and master planning. ASHRAE Standards 90.1 & 189.1, HPSB 'Guiding Principles' Checklist, LEED, Resiliency.

Attendees should be assigned as USACE architects, engineers, military project managers, cost engineers or construction field engineers. It is also applicable to Army and Air Force Installation master planners, environmental managers, energy managers and engineering staff. Nominees should have basic familiarity with USACE military design and construction process at the GS-09- 13 level.


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