By Alexander Landa

Coming up November 15th to 17th will be ABX 2016! As part of the Northeast's largest building industry conference and tradeshow, Architecture Boston Expo, the USGBC MA Chapter will be sponsoring multiple panels this year. This year, we're hosting multiple panels, so let's take a look at Tuesday's  second panel, A25: Integrative Design (LEEDv4 IP): Where The Rubber Meets The Road.

For firms pursuing the AIA 2030 Commitment, the Integrative Design Process (IP) can make or break success. How does a team measure its effectiveness? Does good collaboration yield better results? Is IP more than a kick-off charrette? Can IP be achieved in individual project teams if the overall firm culture and methodology isn't aligned with it? USGBC's LEED program now has a credit recognizing IP's importance, but will a LEED credit (again) cause hoop-jumping without providing more value? This workshop is a practical and applied look at how your firm can capture the value provided by institutionalizing IP. Successfully implementing IP requires a clear, shared understanding of what integration means in your firm culture, how individuals in different roles participate and alignment with consultants around your project delivery objectives.

This workshop shares road maps and strategies for embedding IP into daily project management practices. Participants will leave with actionable steps to take immediately. This session will be guided by Barbra Batshalom (Founder & CEO at Sustainable Performance Institute), who will also speak at the Healthy Materials Summit on 10/26.

A25: Integrative Design (LEEDv4 IP): Where the rubber meets the road
Tuesday, 11/15
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
BCEC Boston

Register here!

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