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Healthy Building Series: WELL Project Management in Practice

GBCI: 0920012806

Join USGBC Northern California for a Tuesday, May 9 presentation at Perkins+Will’s San Francisco office. Learn about the WELL project management process and lessons learned from a practitioner's perspective. Hear from top practitioners on their approach to designing healthy buildings. Get practical and tactical information on executing WELL projects. Understand what clients are asking for and how that affects the design process. Speakers: Suzanne Drake, Research Director, Perkins+Will, will present on her experience managing a WELL project for a client in South San Francisco, California Mara Baum, Sustainable Design Leader, LEED Fellow, HOK Alex Spilger, Senior Vice President, Cushman & Wakefield, who will share his perspective on the pursuit of WELL certification for 23&Me’s new offices in Mountainview, California Agenda: 1-1:30 p.m. — Welcome & Networking 1:30-2 p.m. — Panel 2-2:30 p.m. — Networking Sponsors: Venue sponsor: Perkins+Will Catering sponsor: Perkins+Will About the Healthy Building Series: February 22: Stories from the Field April 7: WELL AP Exam Prep May 9: WELL Project Management in Practice
Eligible for 1.5 CE HOURS.
  • 1.5 CE

  • WELL AP

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Join USGBC Northern California for a Tuesday, May 9 presentation at Perkins+Will’s San Francisco office. Learn about the WELL project management process and lessons learned from a practitioner's perspective.

Hear from top practitioners on their approach to designing healthy buildings.
Get practical and tactical information on executing WELL projects.
Understand what clients are asking for and how that affects the design process.

Speakers:

Suzanne Drake, Research Director, Perkins+Will, will present on her experience managing a WELL project for a client in South San Francisco, California
Mara Baum, Sustainable Design Leader, LEED Fellow, HOK
Alex Spilger, Senior Vice President, Cushman & Wakefield, who will share his perspective on the pursuit of WELL certification for 23&Me’s new offices in Mountainview, California

Agenda:

1-1:30 p.m. — Welcome & Networking
1:30-2 p.m. — Panel
2-2:30 p.m. — Networking

Sponsors:

Venue sponsor: Perkins+Will
Catering sponsor: Perkins+Will

About the Healthy Building Series:

February 22: Stories from the Field
April 7: WELL AP Exam Prep
May 9: WELL Project Management in Practice

Objectives

  1. Evaluate alternative compliance paths for challenging Features such as Feature 54, Circadian Light Design in the WELL Building Standard
  2. Identify Synergies between various WELL Features including Feature 71 Active Furnishings and Feature 73 Ergonomics Visual and Physical in the WELL Building Standard.
  3. Describe the connection between LEED Credits and Features in the WELL Building Standard such as Feature 97 Material Transparency and Feature 61 Right to Light.
  4. Access the opportunity to ask project specific questions from WELL project managers.
Intermediate

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USGBC Northern California
San Francisco, CA
United States

Leaders

Suzanne Drake

Research Director PERKINS+WILL
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    Mara Baum made 10 contributions in the last 6 months

Mara Baum

Vice President and Sustainable Design Leader, Health & Wellness HOK

Alexander Spilger

Senior VP Cushman & Wakefield