SITES Quarterly Call on May 22: Demystifying SITES at the project level

Published on
11 Apr 2017
Jamie Statter

We invite you to join us for our second SITES Quarterly Call of 2017 on May 22 from 3–4:30 p.m. EST. GBCI staff and SITES users will discuss how to jump-start your project with SITES, as well as how pursuing both LEED and SITES in tandem can help you further define, improve or demonstrate the site sustainability aspects of a project.

We’ll take a look at both the projects that have certified under SITES v2 and projects that are currently going through certification. We'll pay special attention to experiences project teams are having outside of the United States.

This call will be an opportunity for SITES professionals, owners and other stakeholders to connect on SITES v2 projects to demystify the process and share best practices in all contexts. We will go over some universal tips for success on SITES projects – focusing on the scorecard, prerequisites and common credits.

GBCI staff will also discuss the relationship between SITES and LEED and how it affects project teams. Pursuing both LEED and SITES certifications can ensure a project achieves higher levels of sustainability, both inside and outside a building. We’ll explain what this means for you—discussing how to take advantage of over 40 individual credit equivalencies, as well as the first ever “whole-credit” equivalency, where a project earning SITES Gold or higher can automatically early all points in the LEED v4 BD+C SS category.

SITES Quarterly Call on May 22
Monday, May 22, 2017 from 3-4:30 p.m. EST
RSVP for the call.
Phone: 1.650.429.3300
Access Code: 714 160 090

Please join us to connect with staff and other SITES stakeholders.

Join the meeting on May 22