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New World Built on Resiliency, Sustainability and Equity
History has shown that choices made during crises can shape the world for decades to come. The world post COVID-19 must be more inclusive, resilient, and sustainable. Within the converging health and economic crises of today lie rich opportunities for a more beautiful future. Join us as we explore economic, agricultural, community, and educational models for a greener Dayton.

Carlton Eley, Regional Equity Initiative Manager, Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission
Susan Jennings, Executive Director, Arthur Morgan Institute for Community
Benjamin McCall, Executive Director, Hanley Sustainability Institute Professor of Physics and Chemistry
Lamees Mubaslat AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Dayton Regional Green Director, Office of Strategic Initiatives, Montgomery County (moderator)

Smart Technologies Defined
Smart Building are changing the design process from your network and planning related to a Smarter Intelligent Building. We will cover the different POE Systems that are ran over your Ethernet Network for Lighting, Lifi, Sensors, Analytics with your building allow your building to become smarter and smarter.  Overview of systems and different way to think when planning for a Smart Integrated Building

Justin Cohen, Innovation Architect, Cisco Innovation Labs
Michael Jankowski, PE, RCDD, CTS, Senior Technology Engineer, HEAPY (moderator)

Owners Panel: People, Resiliency, Performance
(Earn 1 AIA LU/HSW, PDH (Pending GBCI CE))
Environmental sustainability, business continuity, and human health and safety have collided in a year we’ll not soon forget, 2020.  If there is one key thing facility owners have come to realize, an ability to pivot with little notice is most certainly a measure of an organization’s RESILIENCY.  This panel, comprised of professionals aimed at minimizing the environmental impact of the organizations they represent, while keeping buildings and infrastructure online, and most importantly, maintaining a place where PEOPLE can work, learn, and heal.  It’s the thankless work by this team and their colleagues who bring us together via this panel discussion to address the top-of-mind questions from industry peers, including, what unexpected event should we anticipate requires the next need to pivot? 

Alex Burke, Energy Procurement & Environmental Sustainability Advisor, Cardinal Health
Meghan Riesterer, CEM, CDSM, LEED AP, Assistant Vice President Campus Energy & Sustainability, Oberlin College
Ann Walston, System Director, Facility Management, OhioHealth
Ryan Hoffman, PE, CEM, BEAP, LEED AP BD+C, O+M, Building Optimization Practice Director, HEAPY (moderator)

Impact of Climate Change & Urbanization on Future Building Performance
(Earn 1 AIA LU/HSW, GBCI LEED Specific (BD+C, O+M), PDH)
Recent research into climate change driven by human activity has become focused on the impact of climate change or urban heat islands on building performance and operation. While this work usually aggregates the energy and peak demand impacts across a broad sector, a new study looks at the operating performance of an office building based on climate change and heat island scenarios in 25 locations (20 climate regions around the world). This presentation demonstrates the differences among the regions when climate change is introduced, and it focuses on variations in comfort conditions, building equipment operation and daily patterns of energy performance. Other issues presented are fuel swapping while heating and cooling ratios change, impacts on environmental emissions, and how low-energy building design incorporating renewables can significantly mitigate any potential climate variation.

Bentley Fellow/Director, Building Performance Research, Bentley Systems, Inc.
Evan Nutt, CEM, LEED Green Associate, Account Executive, ElitAire, Inc. (moderator)
Redefining Buildings for 2021 and Beyond
(Earn 1 AIA LU/HSW, PDH, (Pending GBCI CE))
Commercial real estate, as we’ve known it, looks at what’s next. Join us in this session, led by a BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association) Fellow, to unpack what’s in store for the buildings we work and visit in.

Understanding an emphasis on the PEOPLE who occupy the space, learn what we might expect to see as we enter our commonly occupied facilities heading into 2021.  Balancing PERFORMANCE and RESILIENCY, the speaker will address how real estate and facilities professionals are pivoting in years to come.

John Scott, Managing Director REMS Florida, Colliers International
Joseph Ferdelman, PE, HFDP, LEED AP BD+C, Chief Strategy Officer (moderator)