New LEED Pilot Credit: How Economic Analysis is Making the Case for Sustainable Design

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Ryan D. Meyers is Chief Technology Officer at Impact Infrastructure. He manages the development of the Autocase software suite for infrastructure business case analysis. He holds an MBA from Dalhousie University and a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biology from Queen’s University. He has experience building SROI models for several organizations, which stemmed from the marriage of two of his passions: Sustainable Development and Finance. Meyers is an ISI Envision Sustainability Professional.

Stéphane Larocque is chief operating officer at Impact Infrastructure. He brings a background as an internationally recognized professional in the field of triple-bottom line economic analysis. Over his nearly 20-year career, he has established himself as a thought leader in this space, speaking at conferences for groups such as; the American Public Works Association, the USGBC, the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and the American Planning Association, as well as teaching Masters level workshops at Columbia University in New York.

Posted: Monday, January 23, 2017 5:54 am

This webcast describes the new LEED Pilot Credit - Informing Design Using Triple Bottom Line Analysis – and how Impact Infrastructure’s “Autocase for Buildings” simplifies the task of applying for the credit by auto-generating results for submission.

Click here to download this free, 1-hour webinar.

This new pilot credit requires calculating the triple bottom line (TBL) value of LEED credits, which can be a complicated process. Recommended by the USGBC, Impact Infrastructure's "Autocase for Buildings" uses triple bottom line cost benefit analysis (TBL-CBA) to simplify the task by automating the calculations required and auto-generating results for submission.

Using case studies, Ryan D. Meyers and Stéphane Larocque of Impact Infrastructure, describe:

• How to measure costs and benefits of LEED credits from the perspectives of building owners, tenants, society and the environment,

• How to increase a project team's chances of securing financing, ensuring a positive return on investment, and gaining support from the community, and

• How to assess the value of LEED credits to support more impactful designs.

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