Healthcare Goes Green

August 11, 2010

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Part One (PDF 3.8MB)
Part Two (PDF 5.4MB)
Part Three (PDF 2.5MB)

Originally aired:
Thursday, February 24, 2005
1:00 PM CST

Despite regulatory and technical obstacles, hospitals are beginning to embrace sustainable design. A distinguished faculty of experts will explore the new “Green Guide for Health Care” and the LEED Application Guide for Healthcare.

Learn how the healthcare industry, with the help of skilled designers and contractors, is making GREEN a priority.

Moderated by:
Rob Cassidy, Editor-in-Chief, Building Design & Construction Magazine

Webcast Faculty:

Mike Gallivan, Healthcare Manager, Turner Construction Co., Boston Division

Mike has extensive experience in Healthcare, with projects at New England Medical Center, Newton Wellesley Hospital the Veterans Administration, UMASS Memorial Hospital Brigham & Women’s Hospital, New England Baptist and Sturdy Memorial Hospital.

Gail Vittori, Co-Director, Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems
Gail serves as Secretary on the U.S. Green Building Council’s Board of Directors, is the Chair of Earth Share of Texas, serves on the Advisory Board of Natural Home magazine and Environmental Building News, and collaborates with Health Care Without Harm and the Healthy Building Network.

 


Robin Guenther, AIA, LEED, Certified WBE Guenther 5 Architects PLLC
Robin engages in an evolving dialogue about healing environments that places her at the crossroads of design, policy and markets. This has led her toward an increasingly active role in advocating best practice issues across the nation where her award winning design for the Patrick H. Dollard Discovery Health Center is helping set the standard for sustainable design practices in the healthcare field.

 

Walter Vernon, PE, President, Mazzetti & Associates Consulting Engineers
Walt has spent his career designing and managing healthcare projects for non-profit/for-profit organizations, independents, chains and governmental entities throughout the United States. A LEED accredited professional, Walt is committed to incorporating sustainability into healthcare solutions.

 

 

 

 

 

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