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Yesterday,I have cleared IGBC ap exam,scored 103/110.I will suggest the aspirants to follow the kiran blog sample questions with comments.Also folllow leed NC guidebook focusing more on the material credit.it will enough to be qualified and be alert on some tricky questions.
Hello, Kiran and Bala. I am a final year civil engineering student as is going to appear for IGBC AP Exam next month. I am thankful for all the help you have been providing through your blog.I was looking at the reading material and had a doubt pertaining to the same. Is there any difference between IGBC Green Homes Detailed Guide and Abridged Reference Guide. I am currently having abridged reference guide from my University Library but due to financial constraints I wanted to know is it a major requirement.I am currently studying below material1. National Building Code (Part 4, 7 and 10)2. IGBC Green Home (Abr. Ref. Guide)3. IGBC Green Factory (Abr. Ref Guide)4. IGBC Green New Building (Abr. Ref Guide)5. IGBC Green Township (Abr. Ref Guide)6. ECBC 20097. Your question BlogsDo you suggest anything other than this which I should refer
Another category and approach to identifying and declaring the manufacturing, production, ingredients and make up of a product is rapidly emerging. Whether it is an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD), a Health Product Declaration (HPD), a Declare Label, or the Living Product Challenge, there is a growing movement to seek full disclosure of a product within a life cycle framework and create a world of products that do no harm and improve the environment. Additionally, the JUST Label seeks to address social responsibility through transparency. These labels are starting to be accepted or required within the various green building rating systems, although labels do not yet exist for all products. For example, in LEED there is an option within the Materials and Resources category to achieve credits for transparency about the environmental life-cycle impacts of a product by utilizing an EPD. The Declare label is in use within the Living Building Challenge to meet the stringent materials requirements.
The LBC makes stringent demands such as 100% zero energy, 100% net zero water, on-site renewable energy, and 100% recycling or diversion of construction waste. It examines site, water, energy, materials, health, equity, and beauty. All of its tenets are mandatory making it the most rigorous green building certification system in the market today. An on-site audit must occur by a member of the International Living Future Institute (ILFI)
-->International Code CouncilInternational Green Construction Code (IgCC). The IgCC is intended to be used as a jurisdictional and municipal building code for new construction and major renovations. The IgCC is a comprehensive code document; it sets standards for energy conservation, water efficiency, and commissioning, and also includes enforcement procedures and guidelines for existing building renovations.ICC 700 National Green Building Standard. The standard defines green building for single-family and multi-family homes, residential remodeling, and site development projects while allowing enough flexibility to incorporate regionally appropriate best green practices.ASHRAE StandardsANSI/ASHRAE/USGBC/IES Standard 189.1-2017, Standard for the Design of High-Performance Green Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings this standard provides minimum requirements for site, design, construction and operations in mandatory, code-enforceable language. A collaborative effort by ASHRAE, IES and USGBC, this standard is comprehensive and includes chapters for site, water, energy efficiency, indoor environmental quality, and materials. ASHRAE 189.1 can be used as a jurisdictional compliance path for the IgCC.ASHRAE Standard 55, Thermal Environmental Conditions for Human OccupancyASHRAE Standard 62.1-2019, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air QualityASHRAE Standard 90.1-2019, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential BuildingsWater-related Legislation and CodesEnergy Independence and Security Act (EISA) Section 438 (stormwater)Energy Policy Act of 1992Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPACT) Section 109 (process water)International Plumbing Code (IPC) 2021, (ICC)Uniform Plumbing Code 2021, (IAMPO)Material-related LegislationFarm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 (FSRIA)Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)Municipal StandardsMany cities, states, and U.S. Territories have also implemented green standards for public buildings. Every city's, state's, and U.S. Territory's energy goals and requirements are listed, highlighting LEED, Green Globes, and carbon emission reduction goals. New York City and California are two examples of governments that have implemented green standards for public buildings.
For a quite long time, I was planning to add Green building credential. As an Architect, I am seeing a lot of professional possibilities in the concerned area. Unfortunately Green Building Industry is still not so mature in relevant Indian context. There is not much information available around. I faced a lot of problem to search for the contents, tried to talk a number of persons whom I thought might be able to assist me but all went in vain. It took a long time to gather the required information.Finally I took courage to appear for IGBC AP exam last month and cleared it. There I decided to share my experience with others. IGBC-AP credential is not end of the road but actually it is the beginning. Here I will try to explain bit by bit the process, the opportunities ahead. There are some questions we must seek answer of them before we start. What is LEED IGBC in context of USGBC and How a LEED AP is differ from IGBC AP. Other rating system/ evaluations exist in India. How is IGBC differing from GRIHA Why it is important to have IGBC-AP or GRIHA credential. What is the procedure to appear for IGBC-AP exam Examination pattern. Source of Information/ from where to study. Other supporting links
The greyest area of IGBC AP exam is there is no defined set of study material, which can arouse confidence. But the other side it really helps to search through load of contents which actually enhance our general awareness. There is list of guides
Going through detailed reference guide is just not enough for clearing the exam. There is some additional reading also required, which I mentioned above. One should have a basic knowledge of different standards applicable as mentioned above. If you have not a copy of them then procure it. A lot of required material is available online.
Hi anurag,Sorry to respond late, I have not logged in here for a long time. Frankly telling you, this is really tuff to cross GRIHA trainers or evaluators exam on the basis of three days programme only, if you have not aware of things before. I have given dome references of study materials in my blog. Go to TERI, IGBC, USGBC,GRIHA sites, you can find a lot of reference material freely available there. Find any person, who has attended GRIHA programme, he can give you training manuals. See outlines and search for more on material online, these are abundantly available and litrally fun to read.
Thank you for your prompt reply. I also wanted to check will they ask for any related academic documents when I register for the exam Do I have to apply as a professional or a student Regarding my prep, I have completed reading all the abridged versions from the igbc site and will now start with Leed nc. Any advise on the prep front
Hello sir,i m civil 4th yr student . i want to clear green building Ap exam with in 2 month means till september with hard work. It is necessary for me sir.plz give me full study material .I search more & more but not found so plz contact me sir my wp no. 8285770414. plz send me more and more imp. material , previous qution paper & your contact no. on my email id firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi jatin, Two month should be sufficient time to prepare for IGBC-AP.I have already elaborated about the reference study material for preparation in my blog1) IGBC Abridged Reference Guides2) ECBC ( Energy conservation Building code of India)3) ASHRAE standard4) NBC (National Building code)
Hi Yogeshwar, Now I am not able to keep myself regularly updated about IGBC latest happening but anyone allowed to appear for IGBC only once certainly not true, it is completely illogical. IGBC home versions 2.0 guide is a great help, i usually advised peoples to go through. It will make you have good understanding of how IGBC green rating certification process work and steps involved, but this will not be enough to get you through IGBC AP exam. There are a lot of free reference material available including abridged guides for other project categories on IGBC website itself. I already mentioned a lot of others supporting reading in blog. No thorough study is required but at least you should have general understanding of each topic. Clearing IGBC is not a big deal but there is a lot more ahead if u want to be a Green building professional. 153554b96e