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Assistant Project Manager, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
4

Great overview

5

excellent information but the text on the slides could be better designed/laid out so not bleeding over edges

Jr. Interior Designer, DAR
5

very interesting topic

5

Great

Preconstruction Specialist, Ryan Companies US, Inc.
4

Good overview on Biophilic Design and its impact on health.

Director of Operations and Asset Management, Baptist Health South Florida
5

i truly enjoyed it. I always felt that bringing the outdoors in was important for patients but I didn't have a name for the concept. Thank you.

5

Very informative. Well done!

Project Lead, Ecova
4

Engaging topic

Director of Sustainability, Gunlocke
4

Good course...

Project Manager, Balfour Beatty Construction
4

Interesting subject. I would like to finish part 2 before I really evaluate the material.

Senior Project Manager, The Walsh Group
3

Short but good

Project Manager, Turner Construction Company
5

Working on Healthcare project. Love the concept!

Solutions Development Engineer, Honeywell
5

great brief on biophilic design concepts

Associate Director, Facilities (South Africa), PAREXEL International Corp.
5

Great overview to Biophilic design

Regional Architect, V Design Architects pllc
5

Good

Architect freelance, Architect Lisa Iannascoli
5

great

Senior Structural Engineer, HDR, Inc.
4

Pretty good

Estimator, CDI Contractors, LLC
5

Great course and content

Student, American University
5

I loved this course! Biophilic Design is such an interesting concept and this course opened my eyes to all the elements that must be factored into it, and why they are needed. I cant wait to learn more!

Senior Discipline Engineer, Coffman Engineers, Inc.
4

Thank you for the breifing

President & CEO, First Community Housing
4

I am most interested in health and how design impacts health. for any use.

3

It was a good course. I would have like to have been given more information.

Facilities Project Manager, Stanford University
5

Like the detail

The RMH Group, Inc.
4

Presentation held my interest

Project manager
3

good

Principal, Senior Sustainability and Building Science Specialist, Morrison Hershfield Corporation
Pro Reviewer
5

A really good course that provides an easy to understand basics of Biophilia and Biophilic Design. This is part 1 of a 2 part series on the subject. This presentation goes through current data on how conventional hospital design may not be helping the healing process and ways to improve upon it. The presenter also gives an overview of certain aspects of LEED for Healthcare and the WELL Building Standard that would help design teams improve hospital design to help provide a better / healing environment to patients and hospital staff. The course has great flow to it and is broken up into 4 sections that help reinforce the learning objectives listed.

If you are involved with hospital or healthcare projects, this is a course for you.

Sr. Project Manager, Transportation, Atkins
5

Well done. Lilli is a great presenter.

Project Manager, GSA
Pro Reviewer
5

Incredibly thorough course, with a solid introduction to biophilic concepts. As someone who has literally zero experience with this field of study, I found the course to be educational, interesting, and relevant to way we build our buildings. This course shows that there is a lot of information that we should be incorporating into our design, which we neglect to do because of cost or ignorance. The presenter covers both the LEED and WELL building standards for healthcare, covering both credits and strategies. She spends quite a bit of time covering why these credits are important, which can help an owner make the correct decision when building.

Development Associate, Grid Alternatives
5

Incredibly inspiring and insightful course for those interested in healthcare, wellness and green buildings.

Project manager - Designer, Issa design
5

Si inspiring

Sustainable Building Advisor, CBRE
Pro Reviewer
5

Very interesting presentation about Biophilic Design and how it really affects human beings.
It explains terms like Biophilia, Biophilic Design and EBD ( Evidence Based Design).
It talks about studies made for hospitals, and where they had the idea of incorporating nature into the healing process of sick people in hospitals and also how it can help with daily stress.
It´s very engaging and when it´s finish it makes you want to go straight to Part 2, to explore projects already practicing biophilic design.

I recommend this course to anyone who wants to know beyond conventional design and learn more about Biophilic Design.

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