As part of the PGH 2009 Webinar series, we presented the story of Salem Community Hospital and the sustainable infrastructure decisions that enabled design opportunities. One year later, with the facility fully operational since August of 2009, we will present an analysis of utility and patient data collected and talk about what worked, what surprised us and what lessons were learned. As an integrated practice committed to sustainable design, we will present this as a benchmark of our design process as well, outlining strategies that lead to effective relationships with owner and selection of appropriate sustainable products and systems to fit within their business model.
- Learn about how to get the most out of a building automation system to maximize energy efficiency
- Understand what sustainable strategies are most effective in improving patient outcomes
- Learn how to interpret energy data and how you can use that information to further improve energy efficiency
- Become familiar with three project management techniques that can positively impact your sustainability plan
Angela Mazzi, AIA ACHA, Westlake Reed Leskosky
Integrating user needs with project goals, Angela Mazzi specializes in programming and planning, structuring design methods to foster innovative design in healthcare and lab facilities nationwide. An internationally published author and researcher, She focuses on impacts of design environments on users; incorporating the demands of healthcare spaces with socio-cultural issues such as site impacts, user needs and community interaction.
V. Mitchell Lyles, PE, LEED AP, Westlake Reed Leskosky
Combining unparalleled technical expertise with practicality: Principal Mitch Lyles, the firm’s Director of Engineering, has extensive experience in the design and management of engineered systems for healthcare and research facilities. Mr. Lyles leads the firm’s integrated engineering effort and staff, as well as quality control for mechanical engineering. Under his leadership, Westlake Reed Leskosky received the prestigious ASHRAE Region V Technology Award for state-of-the-art mechanical systems in a historic facility.
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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