Case Studies in LEED-EB

On Demand

Learn how to assess your building’s path to LEED certification.





Return to BUILDINGSVIP home pageWhile certification for LEED-EB O&M (LEED-Existing Buildings, Operations & Maintenance) represents a significant investment for the building owner, it can also provide a significant return. This webinar will compare and contrast the certification process for three different buildings: a corporate HQ, a multi-tenant office building, and a laboratory research facility. Attendees will discover the outcome for each building's owner, the LEED process, the payback, and the lessons learned.


Learning Objectives

After viewing this webinar, attendees will:

  • Learn how to assess your building’s path to LEED certification.
  • Recognize the challenges and opportunities of LEED-EB O&M certification.
  • Learn common mistakes and overlooked opportunities during the LEED process.
  • Understand the benefits that building owners received from certification.




Peter Belisle, President, Energy and Sustainability Services
Jones Lang LaSalle


As President of Energy and Sustainability Services at Jones Lang LaSalle, Peter Belisle oversees more than 90 professionals who conduct project management, energy management, solar power solutions, corporate consulting and other sustainability related services. His team has saved corporate and investor real estate clients $128 million in energy costs in 2010 through efficiency gains that reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 518,000 tons annually. The team also has been instrumental in the LEED certification of more than 100 new and existing properties and commercial interior spaces over the past several years, and has earned top industry honors such as the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership Award in 2009; Urban Land Institute's Sustainable Cities Award in 2008; and the ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year in 2007, 2010 and 2011.



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