Metcon Construction

Jeffrey Morse Earns LEED AP, BD&C Credentials


Jeff_Morse.jpgJeffrey Morse, BIM Specialist at Metcon, Inc. earned his LEED, AP BD&C credentials in September 2012. 

LEED is an abbreviation for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. LEED AP stands for LEED Accredited Professional. This is a professional credential earned by an individual person, and reflects a level of competence and education relating to green building. BD+C = Building Design and Construction.

Morse prepared for the LEED exam for a month and passed the test on his 1st attempt. When asked what the new label at the end of his name meant to him, Morse replied - "It helps to reaffirm my commitment to sustainable design."

Morse is distinctively qualified, creative, and a motivated Licensed Architect with 12 years of competitive experience working with several high profile architectural design firms. He is a graduate of UNC Charlotte’s School of Architecture and a member of the American Institute of Architects. He is a full time Architect with Metcon and has completed both small and large projects. Jeffery is a registered Architect in both North and South Carolina. He is in charge of the BIM department at Metcon.

As an expert in the field of Building Information Modeling, Morse will provide plan coordination in scheduling, estimating, systems conflict resolution, and clash detection. Metcon is honored to have Morse as part of the Metcon family.

To learn more about LEED, AP BD&C please visit: https://new.usgbc.org/leed

To obtain LEED study material, please visit: http://www.greenexamprep.com/index.html