LEED AP Exam: Will Certified Building Inspector Qualify Me?

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Gregory Jackson
August 20, 2013

I recently passed the Leed Green Associate exam. I am interested in taking the Leed AP for Home. From 2001 - 2007 I was a Certified Building Inspector for the same City. While I did not participate in the project development, I was responsible for ensuring that all material whether green or non-green was installed on the project according to plan. I would like to know whether this experience as an Inspector would qualify me to taking the Leed AP exam for Homes.


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