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{Past Event} - Green Building Series – 'How To' Achieve Water Efficiency Credits

March 2, 2007 - 1:00 pm - March 2, 2007 - 1:00 pm -- Eastern Standard Time
$

Topic

A panel discussion of case studies on specific Water Efficiency strategies in health care facilities. Specific strategies for water use reduction in fixtures, process water, and landscaping. A half hour Q&A session at the end of the program will allow attendees to ask specific questions of the expert panel. Case studies will be presented from the perspective of architects, engineers, and facility managers to provide a broad range of viewpoints on the topic.

Presenters

Greg Johnson, Newcomb & Boyd
Email: gjohnson@newcomb-boyd.com
Gregory Johnson, PE, LEED AP, is an Associate Partner with Newcomb & Boyd Consultants and Engineers, an Atlanta based consulting firm. In his 17 years with Newcomb & Boyd, his project focus has been healthcare and research facilities. He has spoken nationally and has been published on sustainable design issues.

Don Glitsis, Stanley Beaman & Sears
Email: don@sbs-architecture.com
Don Glitsis, AIA, has 24 years of experience in the architectural profession, with an emphasis on large and complex medical and research building types. He has extensive experience in the Project Management and Construction Administration for major institutional clients. In addition, Mr. Glitsis, has significant experience on projects that address sustainable design ideas in these complex projects that provides an interesting perspective on the conceptual and practical nature of incorporating these principals into a project.

Clois Beckwith, Seton Healthcare Network
Email: CBeckwith@seton.org
Clois Beckwith currently works for Seton Healthcare Network in the capacity of Energy Management & Network Utilities Coordinator in Plant Operations. Mr. Beckwith monitors Energy Conservation efforts that affect all eight, soon to be ten major facilities in the Central Texas area. His background is in the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning field, with specialization in Central Plant Operations from the U.S. Navy. Mr. Beckwith holds a State of Texas Master Unlimited tonnage License for HVAC and taught HVAC at Austin Community College for 18 years.

Vince Scoccia, John Muir Medical Center
Email: Vince.Scoccia@johnmuirhealth.com
Vince Scoccia serves as Director Facilities Management at John Muir Medical Center and manages Engineering, Environmental Services, Landscaping and the Transportation Demand Management System. He is the President of the San Francisco Chapter of the California Society for Healthcare Engineering and a member of the State Board.

Winston Huff, Smith Seckman Reid
Email: whuff@ssr-inc.com
Winston Huff, CPD, LEED® AP is a project manager, plumbing fire protection designer and LEED facilitator with Smith Seckman Reid Consulting Engineers in Nashville, Tennessee and has 15 years of experience in hospital design. He is also a regular contributor to Plumbing Systems & Design the official publication of the American Society of Plumbing Engineers on columns and articles covering the future in plumbing technology on earth and space. Mr. Huff is a frequent speaker covering LEED and environmental plumbing issues and was the founding editor of Life Support and Biosphere Science an academic journal and has served as its editor-in-chief. He is president of Science Interactive, an organization promoting Biosphere Science.

Webinar speakers have no financial or other interest in the sponsoring company and the sponsor has had no input into the content of the presentation.

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