By USGBC MA
The USGBC Massachusetts Chapter is an educational partner of the upcoming – and 4th Annual – MED|Ed Facilities Conference and Exhibit at the Seaport World Trade Center Boston.
Participate in the dynamic educational programs featuring real-world, solutions-based case studies and management discussions relating to the planning, designing, construction, and facility management of medical and educational building types. Over 70 medical & educational facility planners, building science experts and many more share their insight and experience.
We're thrilled to be an educational partner of this event, alongside other organizations such as CSI Boston, FGI< and the Institute for Human Centered Design. In this two-day event, everyone involved will be aiming to make better strides in developing better healthcare facilities, so that everyone can worry less about the facility's environment, and focus more on the health of the individuals.
Use the code USGBC for 20% off any of our sessions!
USGBC MA Sponsored Sessions
T18: Living Building Challenge on your Campus – Shawn Hesse of emersion DESIGN
T21: VDC and Interdisciplinary Collaboration Achieve Sustainability Goals – Donal Lyons and Jennifer Taranto of Structure Tone, Julia Rogers of Vanderweil Engineers
T24: In a v4 Materials Quandary? Solutions Through Collaboration – Steven Burke of SMMA, Lisa Goodwin Robbins of Kalin Associates, Carrie Havey of The Green Engineer, and Conor McGuire of Columbia Construction
T27: FitWel – Blake Jackson of Tsoi/Kobus & Associates
T32: Getting to Zero: User Engagement in Achieving Net Zero Energy – Katherine Bubriski of Arrowstreet and Shannon Kaplan of In Posse
T35: Under Construction: Local LEED v4 Case Studies – Gary Brock of HMFH Architects, Cynie Linton of SMMA, Sarah Michelman of The Green Engineer, and Richard Moore of Richard Moore Environmental Consulting
T40: For Health: How Buildings Impact the Way We Think and Feel: Memo Cedeno, Erika Eitland, Piers MacNaughton, and August Williams of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
W17: Tackling the Challenge: The New MA Energy Code – Francis Boucher of National Grid and Martine Dion of SMMA
W22: Rising to the Challenge on Campus: An Owner's Perspective – Deborah Frieze of Old Oak Dojo, DiAnn Mroszczak of PCA, and Carl Weber of Hampshire College
W28: From Research to Specifications to Healthier Environments – Robin Dodson of Silent Sprint Institute, Heather Henriksen of Harvard University, Greta Eckhardt of Payette Associates, and Lisa Goodwin Robbins of Kalin Associates.
W38: Building a Healthy Campus: The WELL Building Standard – Sarah Welton of the International WELL Building Institute
W41: Designing for Net Positive Water and Energy – Jason Forney and Jason Jewhurst of Bruner/Cott Architects