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Five new/pace-setting, world-class health care case studies of projects in the New England/Mid Atlantic climate zones will be offered in the form of unsolved energy and interior finish design challenges. Learn from and critique projects such as Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center in an active discussion between the presenters and the audience.

This course has been approved for 1.0 AIA CEU Continuing Education credits.

Objectives

  • Describe design decisions that prevent overconsumption of energy.
  • Specify interior finishes that eliminate emissions of problematic chemicals.
  • Recognize the cost benefits of coupling energy analysis with specification of interior finishes for new construction projects.
  • Differentiate between measures that lead to higher performance healing environments and those that do not.  

Presenter  

Shashi Sheri | Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, General Manager, Engineering Design+Construction
Shashi Sheri is a Mechanical Engineer by profession and have over 45 years of experience in the design and construction of the Healthcare, Research and Commercial facilities involving complex MEP systems. Presently I am working with the Facilities Management Division as General Manager (Design + Construction) and heading a Engineering group at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, a world renowned premier cancer center for the cure of cancer.

In the last sixteen years I have been at the Institution my involvement was in the design and construction of the capital projects which are state of the art facilities like  Interventional OR’s,  Research facilities, Breast & Imaging center,  Ambulatory facility for same day surgery and large Oncology projects including installation of latest MRI’s, Pet CT, CT scans etc. All these facilities were designed with a great emphasis on most energy efficient MEP systems and getting a rating from Green Buildings Council from Certified to Gold status. 
Presently I am  involved in the development of the Master Plan for the institution in terms of upgrading the MEP  Infrastructure for the multiple buildings at the campus. 

 


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