9:30 – 11:00 AM
TRACK 1: Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare Delivery
Earn 1.5 ACHE Face-to-Face CEs, 1.5 AIA LUs, 1.5 GBCI LEED Specific CEs (BD+C), PDHs
In healthcare delivery, disruptive innovations have the potential to decrease costs while improving both the quality and accessibility of care. Disruptive innovations enable new applications, sustainability and changes in behaviors.
Matt Royal, MS, SASHE, CTM, CHSP, CHFSP, CHEP, CHTM, CLSO-M, CHC, CHFM, CBET
Executive Director of Facilities and Clinical Engineering
IU Health – Adult Academic Health Center, Methodist and University Hospitals
Daric Hess, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Senior Principal, Healthcare Practice Director, HEAPY
Seth Warren, President and Chief Executive Officer, Riverview Health
Ann Kenyon, Vice President, Healthcare, SmithGroup (Moderator)
9:30 – 10:30 AM
TRACK 2 – Achieving NET ZERO: Resources
Earn 1 AIA LU/HSW, 1 GBCI LEED Specific CE (BD+C), PDH
This Panel will address just some of the tools used in the industry to manage projects to achieve Net Zero. Many different tools/platforms exist that address all aspects of “NET ZERO” (from water to waste to energy and everything in-between). This Panel will explore the linkages between LEED for Cities/Communities, the ARC Platform, and LEED Zero and how these tools provide guidance and support to successfully achieve your NET ZERO Goals.
Also, with “Wellbeing” having
as the “New Innovation”, how the WELL Health-Safety Rating tool and the WELL and LEED platforms produce buildings, campuses and cities that are more Resilient, Healthier, Energy Efficient, and Environmentally Responsible in which to live, work and play.
Hannah Fleck, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Civil Engineer and Sustainability Lead, JQOL
Lauren Travis, Assistant Director of Sustainability, City of Bloomington
Heather Zeto, BREEAM, WELL AP, LEEP AP BD+C, O+M, Project Manager, HEAPY
Alexia Lopez, AICP, LEED AP BD+C, Planning Administrator, City of Carmel (Moderator)
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Circular Economy: A Framework for Zero Waste + Zero Carbon Buildings
Earn 1.5 AIA LU/HSWs, 1 GBCI LEED Specific CE (BD+C), PDHs
While 2020 was a crazy year for many reasons, it also hosted the passing of a grim milestone: human-made stuff now exceeds all living biomass on Earth. We’ve been slowly turning all of the natural resources on the planet into landfill in the dumbest and wasteful way. We need a new model for making things.
The Circular Economy is an alternative approach to how we make things that looks at zero-waste, zero-emissions approach to design and manufacturing. It redesigns the traditional linear approach to manufacturing of “TAKE>MAKE>WASTE” and loops it into a healthy, regenerative, and renewable approach. For buildings, it gives us a framework to rethink and redesign our approach to materials and waste. It also shows us how to apply these ideas to a district or campus scale to achieve zero carbon and zero waste affordably.
In this talk, we’ll explore how to take something as complex as a university campus and create a clear pathway to eliminating and designing out waste and zeroing out emissions. We’ll explore how to use LEED, WELL, and True to coordinate with the established principles of the Circular Economy to set a roadmap to achieve these bold targets.
We’ll also show how movements like Cradle to Cradle, Natural Capitalism, Biomimicry, and regenerative design work their way into the Circular Economy and connects back to systems like LEED and WELL.
Hear from the author of the brand new bestselling book, Circular Economy for Dummies on how this framework can be applied to your work to achieve some amazing sustainability outcomes.
Eric Corey Freed, RA, LEED Fellow, Director of Sustainability, CannonDesign
Dan Overbey, AIA, NCARB, LEED Fellow, WELL AP, EcoDistricts AP
Director of Sustainability, Browning Day
Assistant Professor, Ball State University
2:00 – 3:30 PM
TRACK 1: Ensuring Your Community’s Emergency Preparedness
Earn 1.5 ACHE Face-to-Face CEs, 1.5 AIA LU/HSWs, 1.5 GBCI LEED Specific CEs (BD+C, O+M),PDHs
In the best of circumstances, healthcare organizations operate in a complex environment. This can be exacerbated when a community faces a local or national emergency, either natural, human-caused, or technological, that thrusts the healthcare system to the forefront of response and makes it the focus of recovery efforts. It is critical that the local healthcare community be actively engaged in the development of comprehensive emergency preparedness plans, training, and exercises to ensure that local organizations communicate and coordinate their mutual support in service to the community.
Pam Pontones, MA, Deputy Health Commissioner and State Epidemiologist, Indiana State Department of Health
Chad Priest, JD, MSN, RN, FAAN, Chief Executive Officer, American Red Cross
Ronald Evan Reitenour, MT(ASCP)
Area Coordinator-Microbiology, HAZMAT, and Disaster Preparedness, Riverview Health
Debra Kunce, FAIA, LEED AP, Vice President, J.S. Held LLC, (Moderator)
2:00 – 3:00 PM
TRACK 2: Achieving NET ZERO: Lessons Learned
Earn 1 AIA LU/HSW, 1 GBCI LEED Specific CEs (BD+C), PDH
This panel will tackle challenges, opportunities and best practices for achieving Net Zero, with insights focused on both individual building systems as well as the overall utility/electric grid perspective. The discussion will include topics such as electrification (from buildings to cars) and renewable energy sources, and the challenge of the transition for utilities from carbon-based fossil fuels. The panel will conclude with a case study of a successful Net Zero project in Indiana. Walk away with a powerful new perspective and lessons learned as you plan your next NET ZERO project or sustainability initiative.
Jason Brown, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Principal, Operations Manager, HEAPY Solutions
Ben Simon, Energy Engineering Consultant, Willdan
Alison Zajdel, Former Executive Director, Cope Environmental Center
Jessica Davis, Director of Sustainability, IUPUI, (Moderator)
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