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Healthy Building Series: Stories from the Field

GBCI: 0920012000

Join USGBC Northern California for a Wednesday, Feb. 22 presentation at BCCI Construction's San Francisco office, one of the first WELL projects in the city. Hear from Kena David, Sustainability Manager at BCCI, about the WELL process and lessons learned from a general contractor's perspective. Joining Kena on the panel will be: - Marlene Kosinski, Associate Director, Site Health & Wellbeing at Genentech. Koskinski will discuss the client's perspective on health and wellness and Genentech's ambitious health and sustainability plans at its South San Francisco campus. - Jason Beck, Assistant Vice President at Alexandria Real Estate, who will provide a perspective from the real estate industry on drivers of health and wellness in the market and the new Fitwell standard that Alexandria is piloting in Mission Bay. Agenda Time Session 4-4:30 p.m. Welcome & networking 4:30-5:30 p.m. Panel 5:30-6:30 p.m. Networking About the Healthy Building Series April 7: WELL AP Exam Prep May 9: WELL Project Management in Practice
Eligible for 2 CE HOURS.
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Join USGBC Northern California for a Wednesday, Feb. 22 presentation at BCCI Construction's San Francisco office, one of the first WELL projects in the city.

Hear from Kena David, Sustainability Manager at BCCI, about the WELL process and lessons learned from a general contractor's perspective. Joining Kena on the panel will be:

- Marlene Kosinski, Associate Director, Site Health & Wellbeing at Genentech. Koskinski will discuss the client's perspective on health and wellness and Genentech's ambitious health and sustainability plans at its South San Francisco campus.
- Jason Beck, Assistant Vice President at Alexandria Real Estate, who will provide a perspective from the real estate industry on drivers of health and wellness in the market and the new Fitwell standard that Alexandria is piloting in Mission Bay.

Agenda
Time Session
4-4:30 p.m. Welcome & networking
4:30-5:30 p.m. Panel
5:30-6:30 p.m. Networking

About the Healthy Building Series

April 7: WELL AP Exam Prep
May 9: WELL Project Management in Practice

Objectives

  1. Identify differences between WELL and LEED
  2. Familiarity with the 7 WELL Concepts
  3. Case Study: Examine how Building 34 achieved WELL certification
  4. Review real world applications of specific WELL Features #4, #37, #52, #54, #63, #69, #73, #79, #87, #88, #89, #98
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Created by

USGBC Northern California
San Francisco, CA
United States

Leaders

Kristina David

Sustainability Manager BCCI Construction Company

Marlene Kosinski

Associate Director, Site Health & Wellbeing Genentech

Jason Beck

Devcon Construction, Inc.