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Green Star for Contractors

Developed for contractors, subcontractors and project teams working with Green Star Design & As Built v1.1 projects.

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What you need to know

This course has been developed to help you and your teams better understand Green Star, build your knowledge on managing risk from the tendering stage through construction, and managing documentation for compliance. 

We will be exploring the contractor-centric credits and take a deep dive into sourcing and tracking sustainable and responsible materials, as well as specific credits including Exposure to Toxins. You will learn how construction materials must be vetted for compliance against VOC and formaldehyde content, and the benefit of materials with higher consideration to environmental sustainability. We will also look at onsite practices including managing waste and compliant construction practices.  

Take away essential information to improve your processes, making them more efficient and effective. 

 

pricing
Pricing (excl. GST)

$209 Member price
$315 Non Member price
$159 Future Thinkers

timing
Date

27/02/24
1:30PM - 3:30PM

where
Where

Online via Zoom

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CPD Points

2

Key areas of learning include:

  • The what and how of Green Star – and how you contribute to a project
  • What are the tools for the most effective approach to Green Star 
  • Understanding Green Star requirements from start to finish 
  • The materials-related credits and how you demonstrate compliance 
  • Managing data sheets to smooth the compliance process 
  • Metering and commissioning requirements  
  • Hints and tips from past projects and how to ensure the best assessment outcome 

With government directing new builds budgeted over $9million to be minimum 5 Star Green Star Design & As Built v1.1, and increasing interest from the finance sector in supporting green, sustainable building projects, we are seeing a rapid increase in demand from developers, investors and tenants for higher quality, sustainable buildings. 

This is a great way to add a competitive advantage to your bids and tenders. 

Book now. Places are limited.    

Speakers

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Ben Cannon

Sustainability Manager

Ben Cannon is the Sustainability Manager at LT McGuinness, he has ten years’ experience in the construction industry including time as a Carpenter and Quantity Surveyor. At LT McGuinness he is helping to achieve the company’s ambitions in reducing not only the impact of their operations but, of the buildings they construct as well. Particular areas of focus for LT McGuinness are the use of lower-impact materials, reducing construction waste, and the use of cleaner energy sources.

Clare Gallagher
Clare Gallagher

National Sustainability Manager

Clare is a passionate advocate for delivering buildings that are not just low impact but enhance the lives of those that work and live in them. She is the National Sustainability Manager for Australian construction company Built. Clare was recognised by the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) at their inaugural awards with a Leadership Recognition Award, which acknowledges the influential role Clare has played in advancing health and wellness in buildings. 

Joe Quad
Joe Quad

Manager - Buildings and Communities

Joe is part of the Green Star team, helping projects achieve their sustainability targets while also developing new standards to continually challenge the construction industry to strive for more environmentally friendly buildings.