What’s New in LEED v4.1 Webinar coming on April 9th @ 1 PM ET

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The Masonry Society’s 2nd-Thursday-of-the-Month Webinar Series continues on April 9th at 1 PM ET with What’s New in LEED v4.1 – A Focus on Masonry Webinar, which will be presented by Christine A. Subasic, P.E., LEED AP.

The latest version of LEED for new construction, LEED v4.1 Building Design and Construction (BD+C), was released in early 2019. This version is an update to LEED v4, rather than a complete rewrite of the rating system. Several of the credits found in LEED v4 proved difficult to achieve or beyond the market’s capabilities. The Materials and Resources credits were particularly problematic. LEED v4.1 attempts to address these issues by adding incremental achievement levels and revising the thresholds and criteria in many of the credits. Some have been streamlined and several requirements have been eliminated entirely. Speaker Christine A. Subasic, P.E., LEED AP will summarize the changes in LEED v4.1 with a focus on those changes that are most likely of interest to the masonry industry


This webinar will provide 1 hour of AIA Learning Units and quantity discounts are available for companies wishing to have several employees receive credit.

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Christine “Tina” A. Subasic, P.E., LEED A.P. is a consulting architectural engineer specializing in masonry and sustainable design.  Subasic has provided technical support services, including standards development, educational seminars, and inspection services in the masonry industry for over 25 years.  A frequent speaker on sustainability and masonry, she has addressed audiences in over 20 states. She is active in The Masonry Society, ASTM Committees E60 on Sustainability and C15 on Manufactured Masonry Units, and is a voting member of the ASHRAE 189.1/IGCC Project Committee.  She has written numerous articles and publications and is editor of The Masonry Society’s Sustainability E-Newsletter. Subasic received her Bachelor of Architectural Engineering Honors degree from the Pennsylvania State University. She is a LEED® Accredited Professional and a registered professional engineer in Virginia and North Carolina.