Larry Konopacz, manager of training and education at ITT Bell & Gossett’s Little Red Schoolhouse in Morton Grove, IL, is now a LEED AP.
Larry Konopacz, manager of training and education at ITT Bell & Gossett’s
Little Red Schoolhouse in Morton Grove, IL, has passed the Leadership in Energy
and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional examination for New
Construction v2.2 and is now a LEED AP.
LEED Professional Accreditation distinguishes building professionals with the
knowledge and skills to successfully steward the LEED certification
process. LEED APs have demonstrated a thorough understanding of green
building practices and principles as well as the LEED Rating System.
The Professional Accreditation program is administered by the Green Building
Certification Institute. GBCI was established with the support of the U.S.
Green Building Council, and is responsible for AP exam development and delivery
to allow for objective, balanced management of the credentialing program
Konopacz joined ITT in 1983 and has served in a variety of training,
engineering and manufacturing capacities there during the past 26 years. In
2008, Konopacz was named to his current role. He is an ITT-certified VBSS Black
Belt and Lean Master. He earned BS and MS degrees in Industrial Technology
at Western Illinois University, and an MBA at DePaul University in Chicago.
Source: Bell & Gossett
Little Red Schoolhouse Instructor Earns LEED AP Designation
September 1, 2009