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{Past Event} - Green Construction Series: LEED certified Healthcare Buildings: Past, Current, and Future Trends

November 19, 2010 - 2:00 pm - November 19, 2010 - 2:00 pm -- Eastern Standard Time
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Topic

While there have long been sustainable healthcare buildings before the LEED rating system, and there will be such buildings long after– the first LEED certified healthcare building represented a true milestone in the green building movement. The webinar will explore this brief history while identifying the pioneering projects that helped lead the way to the exponential growth we see today. A statistical analysis of these projects will explore the current and future trends in the design and operations of sustainable healthcare buildings.

Objectives

  • Understand the history and development of LEED Certified healthcare projects to date
  • Learn how you can benefit from the statistical analysis of LEED certified projects
  • Understand the most commonly pursued, and avoided, LEED credits
  • Identify future trending for LEED certification healthcare projects

Presenters

Breeze Glazer, Perkins + Will
Email: Breeze.Glazer@perkinswill.com
Breeze Glazer is a designer who has focused his entire career on sustainability in architecture. He has applied this expertise on a broad variety of projects across a multitude of scales, from carbon neutral multi-family developments to branding projects for theConservation Fund. As an architect working in a post-Katrina New Orleans, Breeze led the design and construction of what will be the first LEED NC Silver building in the city, a transitional homeless shelter. An ACSA award winner, his work has been exhibited at several museums and featured in magazines and newspapers. As a National Market Sector Research Manager for Healthcare Sustainability at Perkins+Will, Breeze is currently focused on shifting the healthcare design paradigm to the necessary sustainable practices. His research targets the multi-faceted design of healthcare buildings, working to rethink standard practices inherent in the design process from building systems and products to overall design and layouts.

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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