Join the USGBC North Carolina Triangle branch for our Introduction to the WELL Building Standard™ course. Buffet lunch included.
The Introduction to the WELL Building Standard presentation provides an overview of the WELL Building Standard ideology, structure, and certification process. The medical basis for the concept categories is introduced along with design and construction strategies to create healthy buildings.
The time has come to elevate human health and comfort to the forefront of building practices and reinvent buildings that are not only better for the planet—but also for people. This presentation will introduce how to do this using the WELL Building Standard as the framework.
- Learn how to utilize the WELL Building Standard as a resource and design tool
- Recognize the seven WELL Concepts and affiliated Features
- Identify strategies to address human health through design
- Understand pathways to WELL Certification or Compliance
- GBCI Course Code: 920002571
- AIA Course Code: WBSINTRO15
- Audience: Design professionals, contractors, developers, owners, facilities managers, sustainability consultants, government officials and employees of public agencies who are interested in furthering health through design of the built environment, specifically in commercial and institutional building types.
Phil Williams | Delos | President - Business Development
Phil has spent 30 years in the commercial design, engineering and construction industry, most recently for the past 12 years as a Vice President with Webcor Builders where we initiated and lead the Sustainability, Engineering and Consulting groups.
He brings a comprehensive approach and experienced appreciation for the dynamics of ownership and development, the nuance of design, the detail of engineering, the pace of construction and the discipline of facilities and operations.
Prior to Webcor, he held management positions with Southland Industries and Carrier/United Technologies Corp.
He currently serves as the Industry Chair for the Center for the Built Environment (CBE) through the University of California Berkeley, on the executive board of Eco-Districts, on the board of USGBC’s Northern California Chapter (NCC) Healthy Building Challenge and is a member of the Industry Technical Advisory Group for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) FLEXLAB. Phil has an engineering degree from Washington State University, is a licensed Mechanical Engineer and a LEED AP.