Select Criteria: Session Type = Deep Dive, Educational Session, Interactive

Sunday, November 11, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

  • Room: North 226ABC
  • Session Number:E01
This presentation describes a design theory proposing that aggression in psychiatric facilities can be reduced by designing the physical environment with several evidence-grounded stress-reducing features. The theory was tested in a newer hospital in Sweden having wards with nearly all the features. Clinical data on aggressive behavior, compulsory injections, and... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Roger Ulrich
Professor
Center for Healthcare Architecture, Chalmers University of Technology
Speaker/Presenter
Stefan Lundin Architect SAR/MSA
(1) Architect (2) Doctoral student
(1) White Architects AB (2) Center for Healthcare Architecture, Chalmers University of Technology
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 229AB
  • Session Number:E02
Healthcare systems are rethinking their next generation medical facilities, creating smaller, more accessible, value-driven buildings. These ICONs case studies will share lessons learned from new and emerging examples of care delivery, including microhospitals; virtual care centers; and innovative clinical care models that are more nimble, cost and operationally efficient, and... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Donald McKahan AIA, FACHA
Principal
McKahan Planning Group
Speaker/Presenter
Jennifer Aliber AIA, FACHA, LEED AP
Principal
Shepley Bulfinch
Speaker/Presenter
Kirk Hamilton PhD, FAIA, FACHA, EDAC
Beale Professor of Health Facility Design
Texas A&M University
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 222AB
  • Session Number:E03
The design of a hospital project takes place years before facility activation. At this time, design decisions about the purpose and functionality of the space are solidified. Once construction nears completion, leadership is tasked with managing expectations, change requests, and facility and operational issues for a hospital designed a decade... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jill Sullivan RN, MSN
Vice President of Strategic Space Planning and General Services
Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford
Speaker/Presenter
Lynn Aguilera RN, MSNEd, PMP, CPN
Director of Transistion and Activation Services
Yellow Brick Consulting
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 225AB
  • Session Number:E04
Healthcare organizations can no longer afford to work in silos. The physical, mental, and social well-being of patients depend on the integration of services and facilities. The “community hub” model breaks down barriers and not only improves the well-being of patients but the well-being of the communities they live in,... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Alison Wesley-James
Principal, Healthcare
Colliers Project Leaders
Speaker/Presenter
Cameron MacLeod
Executive Director
Carlington Community Health Centre
Speaker/Presenter
Darryl Hood OAA, MRAIC. LEED® AP BD+C, GGP, CPHD
Principal, Managing Director, Director of Sustainability
CSV Architects
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 227BC
  • Session Number:E05
At HCD 2016, the AAH Research Initiative Committee presented the “case for case studies.” This new session will update participants on the current compilation of AIA/AAH Healthcare Design Award winner case studies, and will take a deeper dive into benchmarking several acute care nursing units and patient rooms from several... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Byron Edwards AIA, ACHA, EDAC
Chair
AIA/AAH - RIC
Speaker/Presenter
Lindsey Stang AIA, GGP
Co-Chair
AIA/AAH - RIC
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 221 BC
  • Session Number:E06
Most emergency facilities in the U.S. are struggling to meet current patient demands. A surge in arrivals resulting from a local disaster could quickly overwhelm staff and facilities. This presentation will review operational and facilities strategies to respond to manmade and natural events. Emphasis will be placed on the translation... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
David Vincent AIA, ACHA, LEED AP
Principal and Senior Vice President
HKS, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Frank Zilm D.Arch.,FAIA, FACHA(ret)
Directtor, Institute for Health and Wellness Design
The University of Kansas
Speaker/Presenter
James Augustine M.D.
Chair
National Clinical Governance Board, US Acute Care Solutions
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 232AB
  • Session Number:E07
With the silver tsunami approaching, a shortage of nurses and doctors, plus the demand of convenience by millennials, the U.S. health system has little choice other than to embrace virtual care. This session is an eye-opening presentation on the foothold telemedicine is beginning to have and how it will only... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
David Hirschbuehler AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Principal
Forum Studio
Speaker/Presenter
Patrick Casey
Executive Director - Planning, Design and Construction
University of Mississippi Medical Center
Speaker/Presenter
Thomas Hale MD, PHD
Vice President for Product Innovation
NAVVIS
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 228AB
  • Session Number:E08
So, you want to do a POE. You gather a group of stakeholders, define goals, and determine metrics. Then, members from the original team move on. Leadership changes. Budget priorities shift. Does any of this sound familiar? Navigating the waters of a successful POE is like having your feet in... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Melissa Piatkowski
Research Associate
The Center for Health Design
Speaker/Presenter
Terri Zborowsky PhD, EDAC
Design Researcher
HGA
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231AB
  • Session Number:E09
This case study discusses Penn Medicine Princeton Health’s new collaborative, integrated initiative to improve the health of the residents of a town of 16,000 dwellers. This initiative brings together a number of stakeholders to make healthcare and wellness radically convenient for both patients and providers. It aims to show that... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Barry Rabner MPA
President and CEO
Penn Medicine Princeton Health (PMPH)
Speaker/Presenter
Craig Zimring PhD
Director SimTigrate Design Lab, Professor of Architecture
SimTigrate Design Lab, College of Design, Georgia Institute of Technology
Speaker/Presenter
Sunil Shah AIA
Vice President
Kaiser Permanente – National Facilities Services – Facilities Strategy, Planning and Design
Speaker/Presenter
Zorana Matic M.Arch, Ph.D. (c)
Researcher and a Ph.D. candidate
SimTigrate Design Lab, Georgia Institute of Technology
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231C
  • Session Number:E10
Houston Methodist Hospital and UTMB Galveston, both members of the Texas Medical Center, have learned critical lessons from dealing with major storm events. Their teams will share the overhaul of their disaster response program following devastating storms that completely disrupted operations and destroyed years of research. The overhaul gave the... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Greg Quinn
Principal
Affiliated Engineers, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Lynn Crawford
Market Leader Energy and Utilities
Affiliated Engineers, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Michael Shriner
Vice President - Business Operations and Facilities
University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), Galveston
Speaker/Presenter
Sidney Sanders
Senior Vice President - Construction/ Facilities Design and Real Estate Management
Houston Methodist Hospital System
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 122 AB
  • Session Number:I01
Traditionally, functional requirements and built environment statements have been sprinkled through master plans and functional programs and statements of accommodation, and are later fleshed out in the schematic and design development stages. Projects can be streamlined by developing a library of typical room owner’s project requirements (OPRS). The typical room... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker
Rob Kolen BA
Senior Project Manager
Fraser Health Authority
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 125 AB
  • Session Number:I02
The University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute was designed with a vision to create a transformative design that gives patients with neurological conditions and their families a home and community for their disease. Discover how to design an ambulatory center specific to the varying needs of neurological patients, while also... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Amy Sickeler LEED AP
Design Principal
Perkins+Will
Speaker/Presenter
Emily Bateman AIA, ACHA, EDAC, LEED AP BD+C
Medical Planner
Perkins+Will
Speaker/Presenter
Jerry Johnson AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Design Principal
Perkins+Will
Speaker/Presenter
Joseph Broderick MD
 Director of University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute
UC Health
Tracks:
  • Interactive

Sunday, November 11, 9:30 AM - 11:45 AM

  • Room: North 121 AB
  • Session Number:D01
The development and dissemination of the SRA toolkit by The Center for Health Design, in partnership with a diverse pool of healthcare design and clinical care experts, provides a comprehensive tool to support and focus the efforts of the valuable human resources informing these risk analyses. While still in the... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Akhila Iyer MS, EDAC
Human Factors Environmental Design & Research Specialist
The National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare
Speaker/Presenter
Ella Franklin MSN, RN, EDAC
Director of Nursing
National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare/ MedStar Health
Speaker/Presenter
Lucy Stein MS, OTR/L, CAPS
Human Factors Environmental Design & Research Specialist
The National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare
Speaker/Presenter
Von Lambert MHA, CPHIMS, CHFM, CBET
Senior Project Manager
Rider Levett Bucknall
Tracks:
  • Deep Dive

Sunday, November 11, 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM

  • Room: North 226ABC
  • Session Number:E11
Effective communication as a behavioral factor is essential for nurses, physicians, and non-medical staff in emergency departments. The association between visibility, communication, and teamwork have been found to be significant by previous studies. Providing high visibility in healthcare facilities is a crucial issue that can be considerably impacted by built... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Arsalan Gharaveis
Assistant Professor, Southeast Missouri State University
Southeast Missouri State University
Speaker/Presenter
D. Kirk Hamilton PhD, FAIA, FACHA, EDAC
Founding Co-Editor of HERD Julie & Craig Beale Endowed Professor of Health Facility Design
College of Architecture, Texas A&M University
Speaker/Presenter
Debajyoti Pati PhD, FIIA, IDEC, LEED AP
Professor and Rockwell Endowment Chair
Texas Tech University
Speaker/Presenter
Mardelle Shepley Professor, Cornell University
Dr.
Cornell University
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 229AB
  • Session Number:E12
In the midst of a campus renewal and expansion project, Dayton Children’s realized it had little differentiation from nearby providers and inconsistencies in the patient and brand experience. This realization led to a journey of physical and cultural transformation. “Things that fly” became the central design theme to connect the... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Barbara Harriman IIDA, EDAC
President
Distinctive Art Source
Speaker/Presenter
Cindy Burger MS, RN
Vice President, Patient and Family Experience
Dayton Children’s Hospital
Speaker/Presenter
David Glover AIA, LEED AP
Principal
Champlin Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
Kelly Kavanaugh
Vice President, Marketing and Strategic Planning
Dayton Children’s Hospital
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Session Number:E13
Oncology projects have keys areas of concern for owners who want experience, expertise, and innovation brought to the table. An owner, clinical planner/nurse, facilities director, and researcher form this panel to discuss 10 key questions the architect and designer should ask prior to designing an outpatient oncology center, and how... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Bridgette Shelton RA
Architect
Mayo Clinic
Speaker/Presenter
Marcia Gruber-Page RN, MSN, MS, MS
Vice President, Oncology Services and Vice President of the UA Cancer Center at Dignity Health St. Joseph’s
Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center
Speaker/Presenter
Pamela Redden MS, BSN, RN, EDAC
Associate Principal and Senior Vice President
HKS, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Upali Nanda PHD, ASSOC AIA, EDAC, ACHE
Associate Principal and Senior Vice President | Director of Research
HKS, Inc.
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 225AB
  • Session Number:E14
Rural communities continue to research better processes to deliver comprehensive, high-quality care for the communities they serve. CentraCare in central Minnesota, along with HGA, embarked on a comprehensive master plan of five critical access hospitals in five communities. Their planning goal focused on the triple aim imperative: operational efficiency, human... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Amy Douma AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Vice President
HGA Architects and Engineers
Speaker/Presenter
David Larson
Director of Facilities Management
CentraCare Health
Speaker/Presenter
Dennis Vonasek AIA, ACHA, CID
Vice President/Healthcare Principal
HGA Architects and Engineers
Speaker/Presenter
Donovan Nelson AIA, LEED AP
Associate Vice President/Senior Project Designer
HGA
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 227BC
  • Session Number:E15
Opportunities exist to increase the number of minority and women owned architectural and engineering firms capable of providing services to the healthcare design industry. Clayco has developed a unique approach to "connecting" with the untapped talent of minority and women owned architectural and engineering firms to help build their capacity... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Gary Collins AIA, NCARB
Senior Director, Healthcare
Virtual Energy Solutions
Speaker/Presenter
Greg Mohler
Director of Design & Construction
BJC Health Care
Speaker/Presenter
RaMona Westbrook
Principal
Brook Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
Sandra Marks
Senior Vice President
Clayco
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 221 BC
  • Session Number:E16
During this session, attendees will follow the evolution of hybrid OR design at the Cleveland Clinic and explore lessons learned in creating the best environment for treating patients. These complex rooms employ some of the most technically challenging imaging equipment and technologies. Presenters will discuss the many design considerations that... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Michael Zambo AIA, ACHA, EDAC
Principal
Bostwick Design Partnership
Speaker/Presenter
Randy Geise EDAC
Healthcare Facility Planner
Cleveland Clinic
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 232AB
  • Session Number:E17
There is a growing understanding of the positive impact art has on health and well-being. Today’s best healthcare designs leverage art’s intrinsic value to make us feel more connected to each other, our world, and the hospital environment at large. While the purpose of art is to improve the user... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Chris Naughton AIA, ACHA
Christopher Naughton, AIA, ACHA Principal Sr. Medical Planner
HMC Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Jennifer Jackson
Principle
Grigio Art Consulting
Speaker/Presenter
Tyler Davis
Owner, Grigio Art Consulting
Grigio Art Consulting
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 228AB
  • Session Number:E18
Rarely can an organization say that its building is the first of its kind. In this session, learn how the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab redefines the term “innovation,” transforming the way science and care coexist. Explore the design philosophy and ideas behind this translational research hospital where clinicians, scientists, innovators, and... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Anne Gibson IIDA, NCIDQ, LEED AP
Design Director, Principal
Gensler
Speaker/Presenter
Barry Fleischer
Executive Director, Corporate Strategy
Shirley Ryan AbilityLab
Speaker/Presenter
Jon Crane FAIA, LEED AP
Director, Translational Health Sciences
HDR
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231AB
  • Session Number:E19
Integrating research effectively during the design process continues to be a challenge. Design testing allows for informed decision-making, especially when involving a multidisciplinary team of stakeholders. Mock-up evaluation at multiple stages of design development can allow for testing of various design features that can challenge the overall design of an... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Anjali Joseph Ph.D., EDAC
Director, Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing; Associate Professor, School of Architecture
Clemson University Architecture + Health | The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing
Speaker/Presenter
David Allison FAIA, FACHA
Alumni Distinguished Professor and Director
Clemson University Architecture + Health Graduate Studies
Speaker/Presenter
Deborah Wingler MDS-HHE, EDAC
Graduate Research Assistant
Clemson University Architecture + Health | The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing
Speaker/Presenter
Sara Bayramzadeh Alabama
Coordinator and Assistant Professor
Kent State University
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231C
  • Session Number:E20
Rapid advancements in technology, diagnostic intelligence, health policies and population health shifts are creating a new environment of care. These speakers will share, through a research and application lens, what is happening behind the scenes in key areas such as tactics, technology, business deployment, and utilization of capital assets. See... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Michael Wood
National Director/Construction
Medxcel
Speaker/Presenter
Ray Pentecost FAIA, FACHA, LEED AP
Ronald L. Skaggs and Joseph G. Sprague Chair of Health Facilities Design, Director, Center for Health Systems & Design, Professor of Practice
Department of Architecture, Center for Health Systems & Design, Texas A&M University
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 122 AB
  • Session Number:I03
In Beirut, Lebanon, the city can experience daily power outages resulting from ineffective infrastructure, previous conflicts, and mass migration interrupting health services for days, weeks, or months. Perkins+Will worked with the American University of Beirut to develop a resilient hospital that provides the highest level of continuous care during times... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Andrew Sommerville LEED Green Associate, AIA, RELi AP
Healthcare Designer, Arch III
Perkins+Will
Speaker/Presenter
Jeff Saad AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Regional Healthcare Practice Leader, Associate Principal, Senior Project Architect
Perkins+Will
Speaker/Presenter
Julie Michiels AIA, LEED AP
Senior Project Designer, Associate Principal
Perkins+Will
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 125 AB
  • Session Number:I04
Every patient wants a great healthcare experience, right? But how do we design for the optimal patient experience? It starts with “why?” because a fundamental element of designing for experience is understanding a person's intention and how it frames their experience. Using insights gained from a multiyear research effort by... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Sara Marberry EDAC
Writer, Blogger, Marketing Consultant
Sara Marberry, LLC
Speaker/Presenter
Tama Duffy Day FACHE, FASID, FIIDA, LEED®BD+C
Health & Wellness Leader, Principal
Gensler
Tracks:
  • Interactive

Sunday, November 11, 1:45 PM - 2:45 PM

  • Room: North 226ABC
  • Session Number:E21
Decentralized nursing and private rooms have become the standard in U.S. hospital design for adults and are becoming more common for neonates. This presentation outlines the methodology of the first study to evaluate the impacts on patient outcomes empirically, using inferential statistical analysis of patient medical records data at a... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jakki Opollo PhD, RN, MSN, MPH, NEA-BC
Director of Professional Practice & Nursing Research, Parkland Center for Advancing Professional Practice & Nursing Research
Parkland Health & Hospital System
Speaker/Presenter
Jeri Brittin PhD
Director of Research
HDR
Speaker/Presenter
Renae Rich MS, EDAC
Research Analyst
HDR
Speaker/Presenter
Susan Puumala PhD
Senior Researcher
HDR
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 229AB
  • Session Number:E22
Microhospitals offer numerous advantages for person-centered care. They are compact, efficient, and designed with the patient’s journey and staff efficiency in mind. Presenters will share their unique approach for guiding four teams of students through the design of an innovative microhospital, emphasizing collaboration and team-based care, virtual health, patient-centered care,... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Candy Carmel-Gilfilen NCIDQ, LEED ID+C, EDAC
Associate Chair, Department of Interior Design
University of Florida
Speaker/Presenter
Kimberly Montague
Vice President
HKS
Speaker/Presenter
Margaret Portillo Ph.D, FIDEC
Associate Dean & Chair, Department of Interior Design
University of Florida
Speaker/Presenter
Sheila Bosch PhD, EDAC, LEED AP
Dr.
University of Florida
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 222AB
  • Session Number:E23
Healthcare design gets more complicated every year, and projects come with greater risks. HCAHPS scores continue to be crucial for reimbursement, capital budgets are shrinking, and clients expect the design and products specified to last indefinitely. Join four AAHID-credentialed healthcare interior design owner representatives (immersed within regionally and nationally ranked... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Andrea Hyde CHID, MDCID, NCIDQ
Senior Project Manager - Interiors
Stanford Health Care / Planning. Design + Construction
Speaker/Presenter
Barbara Dellinger MA, EDAC, FIIDA, MDCID, CHID, NCIDQ.
Director of Design and Research
Adventist Healthcare
Speaker/Presenter
Helen Lanes CHID, IIDA, EDAC, NCIDQ
Interior Designer
Inova Health System
Speaker/Presenter
Teri Lura Bennett RN, CID, CHID, IIDA, EDAC, NIHD, NCIDQ
Lead Interior Designer, Facilities Architecture+ Planning
Johns Hopkins Health System
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 225AB
  • Session Number:E24
Review lessons learned and clinical efficiencies realized from Penn Medicine’s 150,000-square-foot Cherry Hill adaptive reuse outpatient center. With 28 specialties, radiology, and laboratory offerings in one building, the facility provides patients with one-stop services. Multiple departments have been physically joined in a new facility and in practice via use of... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jennie Hydro NCIDQ
Associate
Stantec Architecture Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Scott Huff
Senior Associate, Philadelphia Healthcare Buildings Sector Leader
Stantec Architecture Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Tracey Commack
Associate Executive Director
Penn Medicine, Cherry Hill
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 227BC
  • Session Number:E25
This forum focuses on the pre-design phase of the healthcare facilities development process which sets the stage for future design and construction. It includes activities such as business planning, project scope development, space programming, patient care delivery modeling and understanding consumer expectations....
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Curtis Chong AIA
Principal
Boulder Associates
Speaker/Presenter
Noah Tolson AIA, LEED BD+C, Lean Green Belt
Principal, Practice Leader for Planning
Array Architects
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 221 BC
  • Session Number:E26
The care of cancer patients has many moving parts. When a team of researchers and clinicians teamed with a design firm to apply the modern workplace principles of a Google office to an academic healthcare environment, the result was a radiation oncology center poised to streamline patient care and facilitate... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Claire Almanza
Director of Content Marketing, Department of Radiation Oncology
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Speaker/Presenter
Justin Parscale AIA, LEED AP
Associate Principal
Perkins+Will
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 232AB
  • Session Number:E27
Designing a healthcare facility in a remote location poses several challenges. This case study presentation examines the Sage Memorial Hospital in Ganado, Arizona, an independently operated, critical care access hospital on a 100-acre campus. Hear how the design team implemented four categories of design interventions including education, regulatory, financial, and... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
AJ Thomas AIA, ACHA, LEED AP, EDAC
Associate Principal
Corgan
Speaker/Presenter
Christi El-Meligi BSN, RN, ACHE, AONE
Chief Executive Officer
Navajo Health Foundation- Sage Memorial Hospital
Speaker/Presenter
Netrisha Dalgai BS/A, MHS
Chief Operating Officer
Navajo Health Foundation-Sage Memorial Hospital
Speaker/Presenter
Tina Larsen AIA, LEED AP, EDAC
Managing Principal, Healthcare Sector Lead
Corgan
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 228AB
  • Session Number:E28
Join us for the second in a series of three presentations on Cleveland Clinic's Avon Hospital. Our presentation at the 2016 HCD Expo explored our research experiment and mock-up process during design development. This year, we’ll reflect back on the project’s first year of operation. Envisioned as the “Hospital of... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Lacey Piper MBA
Manager Support Services, Avon Hospital
Cleveland Clinic
Speaker/Presenter
Philip LiBassi FAIA FACHA
Senior Principal
DLR Group|Westlake Reed Leskosky
Speaker/Presenter
Rebecca Starck MD FACOG
President, Avon Hospital
Cleveland Clinic
Speaker/Presenter
Travis Tyson AIA, NCARB
Healthcare Facility Planner
Cleveland Clinic
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231AB
  • Session Number:E29
The biophilia hypothesis suggests that humans possess an innate desire to connect with nature. Biophilia in healthcare manifests itself through designs characterized by access to air and light, views and direct contact with nature, a sensible color palette, and curated artwork. This session will explore the healing power of biophilia... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Eric Swanson AIA
Principal
Ballinger
Speaker/Presenter
Jonathan Alderson
Principal
Jonathan Alderson Landscape Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Louis A. Meilink, Jr. AIA, ACHA, ACHE
Principal
Ballinger
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231C
  • Session Number:E30
Over the past couple of years, many health systems have been developing their ambulatory and clinical outreach strategies, as the national trends have demonstrated declines in inpatient care. But are those declines alone enough to drive financial strategy? Are there business opportunities, innovations and reimbursement changes that are the steady... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Michelle Mader
President
Catalyst
Speaker/Presenter
William Hercules FAIA, FACHA, ACHE, LEEDap
President/CEO
WJH
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 122 AB
  • Session Number:I05
Mental health awareness is on the rise and there is a is a marked increase in patients presenting at emergency departments who require treatment for mental health issues. This unique patient population has very specific needs and requires environments that are safe for both the patient and the staff. This... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Frank Panici OAA
MRAIC
Vice President
NORR Architects and Engineers
Speaker/Presenter
Michele Cohen OAA, MRAIC, M Arch, LEED
Principal
NORR Architects and Engineers
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 125 AB
  • Session Number:I06
Cutting-edge technology, visually stunning design, innovative seismic base isolation, and flexible modular planning are the key features that distinguish the New Stanford Hospital.  Internationally-renowned Rafael Viñoly Architects, in association with Perkins Eastman, designed the New Stanford Hospital in collaboration with Stanford’s medical planning and construction leaders.  Four project leaders gather... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Bert Hurlbut
Vice President of Construction
Stanford Health Care
Speaker/Presenter
Chan-li Lin AIA, LEED AP
Partner
Rafael Viñoly Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Erich Burkhart FAIA
Managing Principal
Perkins Eastman Architects
Speaker/Presenter
George Tingwald MD, AIA, ACHA
Director of Medical Planning
Stanford Health Care, Planning, Design & Construction
Tracks:
  • Interactive

Sunday, November 11, 1:45 PM - 4:00 PM

  • Room: North 121 AB
  • Session Number:D02
Since the launch of the EDAC (Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification) program, more than 2,400 individuals have obtained this certification. Many of these individuals and their organizations have applied an evidence-based design (EBD) process in projects throughout the world. These projects aimed to increase value and measurably improve safety; quality;... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Carolyn Glaser MA, EDAC
VP of Strategy
The Center for Health Design
Speaker/Presenter
Donna Deckard BSN, MPA, EDAC
Director of Strategic Projects
The Center for Health Design
Speaker/Presenter
Randy Carter
Vice President for Partnership Development
The Center for Health Design
Tracks:
  • Deep Dive

Sunday, November 11, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

  • Room: North 226ABC
  • Session Number:E31
This session explains how different physical design properties of four different exam room mock-ups impacted observed examination behaviors and communication patterns. Further, the findings expand upon the effects of exam room type on the perceptions of information sharing and characteristics ratings. Communication patterns were affected by the positioning of computer... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Esperanza C. Harper EDAC, Six Sigma Green Belt
Healthcare Planner
EwingCole
Speaker/Presenter
Zahra Zamani PhD
Design Researcher
EwingCole
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 229AB
  • Session Number:E32
After a new building and phased renovations are completed on the Longwood Medical Area Campus, three and a half acres of space will be home to Boston Children’s Hospital surgery and procedures platforms. But the even bigger task will be making it all behave according to plan. In this session,... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
David Meek Assoc AIA, LEED AP
Associate
Shepley Bulfinch
Speaker/Presenter
Stephanie Altavilla MSMI, RN
Senior Project Director
Boston Children’s Hospital
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 222AB
  • Session Number:E33
Success in the new healthcare environment requires provider organizations to deliver reliably high quality at a consistently low cost. This session will share the process that the interdisciplinary team, including health system leadership, healthcare clinicians, patient and family advocacy members, architecture/engineering firms, and construction trade partners, undertook to establish and... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Karin Henderson RN, BSN, MSN, CCRN, CENP
Executive Director of Strategic Management at Cone Health
Cone Health, University of North Carolina/Greensboro
Speaker/Presenter
Leslie Hanson AIA
PRINCIPAL AND SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
HKS
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 225AB
  • Session Number:E34
When the new Women’s Clinic at Grady Hospital opened its doors in late 2017, more than a renovation was unveiled. A complete transformation of operations and processes influenced planning of the 28-exam room clinic, designed to improve the patient experience and provider efficiency. A unique opportunity arose due to the... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
George Smith
Senior Architectural Project Manager, Facilities Development
Grady Health System
Speaker/Presenter
Jane Everett RA
Principal-In-Charge | Architect
BSA LifeStructures
Speaker/Presenter
Terry Thurston RN, BSN, MBA
Senior Healthcare Planner
BSA LifeStructures
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 227BC
  • Session Number:E35
The Neuro-Architecture Forum has advanced from scientific translation to clinical interpretation of brain-based design principles. This year, the Neuro-Architecture Forum will discuss the Clinicians for Design initiative, and the work of the Human Experience Lab, that together span the breadth of functions that must be considered in health facility design.... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Eve Edelstein M.Arch., Ph.D. (Neurosci), EDAC
F-AAA Director, Human Experience Lab
Perkins + Will
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 221 BC
  • Session Number:E36
In this session, presenters will discuss a proposal for the 2022 FGI Guidelines that would allow for provision of low-acuity patient treatment spaces in emergency departments in an effort to alleviate overcrowding by improving efficiency and reducing wait times. The speakers will discuss the reasoning for this new treatment space,... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Bryan Langlands AIA, ACHA, EDAC, LEED GA
Principal
NBBJ
Speaker/Presenter
Christine Carr MD, CPE, FACEP
Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine and Department of Public Health Sciences
Medical University of South Carolina
Speaker/Presenter
David Vincent AIA, ACHA, LEED AP
Principal and Senior Vice President
HKS, Inc.
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 232AB
  • Session Number:E37
Communication in the design of any facility is key for success. During the Outpatient Pavilion of Virginia Hospital Center design process, the team integrated wide-ranging and effective data-driven technology platforms with traditional tools to enable a comprehensive integration of design and established processes. Virginia Hospital Center, Hammes Co., and HDR... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Michael Killian
Vice President
Hammes Company
Speaker/Presenter
Susana Erpestad ACHA, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Principal
HDR
Speaker/Presenter
William Croteau AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Senior Project Manager
HDR
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 228AB
  • Session Number:E38
Fundraiser is not a role architects and designers typically play, yet the facility design plays a part in the effort to fundraise. The Ridley-Tree Cancer Center was built with community involvement and financial support, raising over $40 million dollars. The design team changed how they approached rendering, video production, and... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jenny Hastings
Principal
Boulder Associates Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Jose Vaca Jr. AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Senior Associate
Boulder Associates Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Kira Stewart
Principal
Art Consulting Services
Speaker/Presenter
Lindsay Cortina
Director, Organizational Initiatives
Sansum Clinic
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231AB
  • Session Number:E39
During the design process, user engagement activities help shape the design and operational processes of healthcare facilities. Yet recent post-occupancy evaluations have revealed that users are not fully operating in the new environments as intended, creating a missing link. This program will demonstrate a research approach to resolving this missing... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Aaron Kapphahn
Project Architect
HGA Architects and Engineers
Speaker/Presenter
Bud Lawrence MBA, MS, LSSBB
Process Improvement Coordinator
Campbell County Health
Speaker/Presenter
Kara Freihoefer PhD, CID, EDAC, LEED ID+C
Director of Research
HGA Architects and Engineers
Speaker/Presenter
Michael Grage
Senior Project Manager
HGA Architects and Engineers
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231C
  • Session Number:E40
In this session, you will discover how to better protect vulnerable targets in healthcare facilities without ruining the patient and family experience. Physical security risk assessments and proper implementation of physical security measures are increasingly a healthcare design focus. Healthcare workplace violence incidents alone increased by an alarming 110 percent... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jeffrey Kent
Managing Director Corporate Facilities
Nemours Children’s Health System
Speaker/Presenter
Matthew Jones
Vice President
H. STEPHEN JONES & ASSOCIATES
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 122 AB
  • Session Number:I07
Children’s National Medical Center (CNMC) embarked on a project to renovate and reimagine its existing sub-divided child and adolescent behavioral health inpatient unit at the main hospital campus in Washington, D.C. This unit was land-locked by other programs, divided in two by a public corridor, and was struggling to find... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Laura Morris CHID, LEED AP BD+C, IIDA, Lean Green Belt
Principal & Interior Design Director
Array Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Madeline Hill LEED GA
Interior Designer
Array Architects
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 125 AB
  • Session Number:I08
Healthcare institutions are faced with a growing barrage of sustainability standards and rating systems, and understanding the impact on potential projects can seem daunting. How do organizations and teams make the best, most streamlined decisions on selecting appropriate tool(s) for high-performance design? This discussion will share Indiana University Health’s approach... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Fred Betz PhD. LEED AP BD+C
Building Performance Consultant
Affiliated Engineers, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Mara Baum AIA, LEED Fellow, EDAC, WELL AP, WELL Faculty
Sustainable Design Leader, Health & Wellness
HOK
Tracks:
  • Interactive

Monday, November 12, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

  • Room: North 226ABC
  • Session Number:E41
Which physical design factors should be accorded priority attention to reduce patient falls? This session will present the top five factors identified in an experimental study, funded over two phases by the National Patient Safety Foundation and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. The first phase of the study... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Debajyoti Pati PhD, FIIA, IDEC, LEED AP
Professor and Rockwell Endowment Chair
Texas Tech University
Speaker/Presenter
Patricia Freier MSN, RN-BC, RCIS, CPHQ
Quality Improvement Specialist - Clinical Excellence
Covenant Health
Speaker/Presenter
Thomas Harvey FAIA, MPH, FACHA, LEED AP
Senior Vice President
HKS Health
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 229AB
  • Session Number:E42
To apply evidence-based design, you have to know what the best available evidence is. But research is published faster than anyone can read it. How can researchers and practitioners keep up with the most important work? In this rapid-fire session, experts from The Center for Health Design will present their... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Alan J. Card PhD, MPH
Research Assoicate
The Center for Health Design
Speaker/Presenter
Ellen Taylor PhD, AIA, MBA, EDAC
VP for Research
The Center for Health Design
Speaker/Presenter
Melissa Piatkowski
Research Associate
The Center for Health Design
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 222AB
  • Session Number:E43
Most healthcare systems find themselves needing to renovate and remodel outdated patient units to meet a loftier vision, higher patient satisfaction mandates, optimized staff efficiency goals, and better integration of technology, all while remaining operational. This session explores the powerful process that allows the nationally ranked University of Utah Hospital... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Laura Adams MSN, RN
Senior Nursing Director
University of Utah Health Sciences Hospital
Speaker/Presenter
Nathan Murray AIA, NCARB
Design Partner/Vice President
TSA Architects
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 225AB
  • Session Number:E44
Kaiser Permanente and the Department of Veterans Affairs are both deeply committed to using the layout of primary care clinics to help improve teamwork and patient experience, yet they use different strategies to achieve these goals. Kaiser Permanente uses an “open kitchen” model in their new Health Hubs, whereas the... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Craig Zimring PhD
Director SimTigrate Design Lab, Professor of Architecture
SimTigrate Design Lab, College of Design, Georgia Institute of Technology
Speaker/Presenter
Gary Fischer AIA
Senior Healthcare Architect
Department of Veterans Affairs / Office of Construction and Facilities Management
Speaker/Presenter
Sunil Shah AIA
Vice President
Kaiser Permanente – National Facilities Services – Facilities Strategy, Planning and Design
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 227BC
  • Session Number:E45
The Facility Guidelines Institute’s (FGI) Guidelines for Design and Construction documents are the design standards most often employed. This presentation highlights the key factors that influenced changes across the 2018 documents, including the decision to separate hospital and outpatient facilities to better address the unique requirements for these facility types,... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Douglas Erickson FASHE, CHFM, HFDP, CHC
CEO
Facility Guidelines Institute
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 221 BC
  • Session Number:E46
Emergency departments across the country are retooling to create what is called the “split-flow ED,” which promises more efficiency for both staffing and patient flow. Ironically, as this is happening, the creator of the split-flow concept, Banner Health System, is abandoning it. After using the split-flow system for nine years... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
jim lennon AIA, Architect
Team Leader HKS TeamED
HKS, Inc
Speaker/Presenter
John Niziolek AIA, LEED AP
Principal & Senior Vice President
HKS, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Steve EIss
Project Executive
Banner Health
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 232AB
  • Session Number:E47
Explore how the continuing relationship of medicine and health technology has changed the world of healthcare design and where it has not. Consider how good previous predictions and visions were and the likelihood of a predictable future. This presentation looks inside and outside of medicine to multiple forces of change... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Carlos Amato AIA, ACHA, LEED AP, EDAC
Principal
Cannon Design
Speaker/Presenter
Dr. William Undie Ed.D., MBA, R.T.(R)(T)
Associate Professor, Research Faculty Appointment, Diagnostic Imaging Program Director
The University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Speaker/Presenter
Morris Stein FAIA, FACHA
PRINCIPAL AND SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT REGIONAL DIRECTOR
HKS Architects
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 228AB
  • Session Number:E48
When Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford embarked on an expansion of its facilities with a new 521,000-square-foot addition, extensive efforts went into creating a seamless journey for patients, families, and staff between the new and existing buildings. Through architecture, environmental graphics, and room renumbering, the team developed wayfinding and interior... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jia Christianson
Director, Strategic Space Planning
Stanford Children's Health | Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford
Speaker/Presenter
Julie Vogel
President
Kate Keating Associates, Inc.
Co-Presenter
Lynnette Tedder
Perkins + Will
Speaker/Presenter
Nikki San Miguel
Principal
Kate Keating Associates, Inc.
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231AB
  • Session Number:E49
The cost impact of untreated behavioral health issues surpasses the top five medical illnesses combined in terms of our GDP. For veterans, the incidence of mental illness is even greater, and with 20 years of conflict, the numbers and severity of mental illness will continue to increase. The development of... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Kayvan Madani-Nejad Ph.D, AIA
Senior Healthcare Architect
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs - Facilities Standards Service
Speaker/Presenter
Timothy (Tim) Rommel
Principal, National Behavioral Healthcare Practice Leader
CannonDesign, Inc.
Tracks:
Sponsored by: Krug
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231C
  • Session Number:E50
Industry giants and startups are competing with health systems for the 3.8 trillion-dollar healthcare market.  They’re now competitors to traditional health systems, and introducing sophisticated, consumer-based technology models.  Here’s a closer look at the major players and how they’re forcing delivery model and technology changes - Ultimately, impacting the design... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Oriana Beaudet DNP, RN, PHN
Vice President of Transformation
Array Advisors
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 121 AB
  • Session Number:I09
Healthcare designers and facility developers are using simulation techniques to inform design decisions. This roundtable will review the most commonly applied simulation methods in healthcare design, discuss the limitations, and explore possibilities for developing more effective applications. Attendees will consider key topics with the moderators, including: (1) how designers, in... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Anjali Joseph Ph.D., EDAC
Director, Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing; Associate Professor, School of Architecture
Clemson University Architecture + Health | The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing
Speaker/Presenter
Shabboo Valipoor PhD, EDAC
Dr.
University of Florida
Speaker/Presenter
Sheila Bosch PhD, EDAC, LEED AP
Dr.
University of Florida
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 122 AB
  • Session Number:I10
As more nursing professionals continue to leave the profession, it is essential to understand the challenges they face while delivering high-quality care. Research exploring the nursing experience and the role of the built environment on nurse fatigue was conducted in collaboration with Nora Systems Inc. and the Nursing Institute for... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Deborah Wingler MDS-HHE, EDAC
Graduate Research Assistant
Clemson University Architecture + Health | The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing
Speaker/Presenter
Kathy Okland RN, MPH, EDAC
Senior Healthcare Consultant
Herman Miller Healthcare
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 125 AB
  • Session Number:I11
When a preeminent academic medical center, world-class orthopedic group, and leading university sports medicine program collaborated to develop a new facility, they were met with the challenge of creating an environment that would move individuals completely across the care continuum of injury prevention, repair, recovery, rehab, research, and performance. The... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Joshua Halon RN, MSN, EDAC
Director, Healthcare Planning
BSA LifeStructures
Speaker/Presenter
Julie Zook M.Arch., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Texas Tech University, College of Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
Tim Spence AIA, ACHA, LEED AP BD+C
National Healing Market Leader
BSA LifeStructures
Tracks:
  • Interactive

Monday, November 12, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

  • Room: North 226ABC
  • Session Number:E51
As both architecture and healthcare become increasingly data rich, it is important to find smart ways to harness and merge data sets in the quest to optimize design performance. This session reports on a pilot study that links post-occupancy evaluations for intensive care units (ICUs) and floorplan design using space... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
JULIE ZOOK
TEXAS TECH
Speaker/Presenter
Kate Renner AIA, EDAC, LSSCE, LEED AP BD+C
Associate
HKS, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Michelle Ossmann Ph.D., MSN
Director, Health Environments
Steelcase Health
Speaker/Presenter
Upali Nanda PHD, ASSOC AIA, EDAC, ACHE
Associate Principal and Senior Vice President | Director of Research
HKS, Inc.
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 229AB
  • Session Number:E52
This session provides an information-rich retrospective review of studies published in HERD Journal for the past 10 years. Participants will expand their knowledge about the state of the science of healthcare design. The science has been emerging over the past decade, and currently there are enough studies published to develop... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
D. Kirk Hamilton PhD, FAIA, FACHA, EDAC
Founding Co-Editor of HERD Julie & Craig Beale Endowed Professor of Health Facility Design
College of Architecture, Texas A&M University
Speaker/Presenter
Jaynelle Stichler DNS, RN, EDAC, FACHE, FAAN
Co-Editor of HERD Journal; Research Consultant
Sharp HealthCare
Speaker/Presenter
Naomi Sachs PhD., MLA., EDAC
Postdoctoral Associate, Founding Director, and Co-Editor
Department of Design and Environmental Analysis, Cornell University; Therapeutic Landscapes Network, HERD Journal
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 222AB
  • Session Number:E53
This case study will focus on the efficient design of one of the largest treatment centers for infectious diseases in the U.S. The University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston’s new six-bed bio-containment critical care unit will serve as a multifunctional patient care space that is equipped to treat patients with... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Chad Connally BSN, RN, CEN
Biocontanment and Emergency Management Program Manager
University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston
Speaker/Presenter
Gregory Johnson AIA, Leed AP
Partner
PhiloWilke Partnership
Speaker/Presenter
Zachary Mitchell
Senior Associate
PhiloWilke Partnership
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 225AB
  • Session Number:E54
Team-based care, while not a new concept, is quickly becoming the gold standard in primary care clinics. Mercy Health spent several years developing the strategy and innovative processes around this approach and has created a new model that is not only cost-effective but more intentional about creating a personalized, compassionate... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Andrea Born IIDA
National Account Manager
Herman Miller
Speaker/Presenter
Ben Look
Regional Director – Project Management, Operational Improvement, & Innovation
Mercy Health - a member of Trinity Health
Speaker/Presenter
Wes Keely
Innovation Hub Design Consultant
Mercy Health - a member of Trinity Health
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 227BC
  • Session Number:E55
Targeted for emerging professionals, this presentation will introduce participants to the “big four” codes impacting healthcare design and construction: The International Building Code, FGI Guidelines, NFPA99, and the Life Safety code (NFPA 101). Each of these codes has a process for individual engagement, whether it is submitting a proposal for... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Kirsten Waltz AIA, ACHA, EDAC, LEED AP BD+C
Principal, Healthcare Studio Leader
SmithGroup
Speaker/Presenter
Rebecca Lewis FAIA, FACHA, CID
Principal, Director of Healthcare Design
DSGW Architect
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 221 BC
  • Session Number:E56
The clinical model has evolved significantly in the past 50 years. This session summarizes that evolution and explores in greater detail the split-flow patient care model, also referred to as clinical on/off stage, which is the latest evolution that utilizes Lean principles to maximize staff efficiency and improve the patient... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Blake Bulloch
Division Chief of Emergency Medicine
Phoenix Children's Hospital
Speaker/Presenter
John Barker
Executive Vice President
Hobbs+Black Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Kathleen Moore
Vice President of Critical Care
Phoenix Children's Hospital
Speaker/Presenter
Thomas Chasty
Vice President
Hobbs+Black Architects
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 232AB
  • Session Number:E57
In 2017, Adelante Healthcare was faced with creating a new facility almost identical to its original center. It had many lessons learned from the 2010 facility, and much about healthcare had changed over the years. This a case study outlines the design process between TriArc and Adelante for their most... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Avein Saaty-Tafoya MD, MBA, HCM, EDAC
President & CEO
Adelante Healthcare
Speaker/Presenter
Chris Pua'a
Site Administrator
Adelante Healthcare
Speaker/Presenter
JILL HAMBLEN
PRINCIPAL
TRIARC ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN
Speaker/Presenter
Marlene Seitz AIA
Partner
triARC architecture & design
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 228AB
  • Session Number:E58
Over the past three years, Swedish Medical Center has completely renovated four inpatient pharmacies and three outpatient ones. While the renovations addressed the USP 797 and 800 protocols, they principally addressed flows through the pharmacies including: supplies, stocking of medicines, handling of sterile and chemo drugs, assembly of orders, reviews... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Douglas McNutt AIA
Principal
Salus Architecture Inc
Speaker/Presenter
R David Frum AIA, ACHA
President
Salus Architecture Inc
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231AB
  • Session Number:E59
Drawing on their extensive experience as clinicians and designers, this team will discuss emerging trends that impact the care of children and adolescents suffering from mental illness or brain dysfunctions. Presenters will discuss how those trends have been influencing healthcare design projects developed by hospitals throughout the world, with a... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Alex Clarke MD
Psychiatry Resident Physician,
Stanford University Hospital
Speaker/Presenter
Francis Pitts FAIA, FACHA, OAA
President
architecture+
Speaker/Presenter
Sara Wengert AIA, ASID
Principal
architecture+
Tracks:
Sponsored by: Krug
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231C
  • Session Number:E60
With the continued shift to outpatient care, major subsectors of ambulatory care are emerging. These subsectors include a continuum of services from “minute clinics”, urgent care, primary care MOBs, specialty care/super ambulatory MOBs, freestanding EDs, cancer centers and ambulatory surgery centers. This session provides a deep dive look under the hood... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Alicia Wachtel
Executive Director, Facilities Planning, Design and Construction
Cedars Sinai
Speaker/Presenter
Craig Mulford
Partner
Boulder Associates
Speaker/Presenter
Sam Sears
Percival Health Advisors
Speaker/Presenter
Steve Howard
Managing Principal
Cumming Corp.
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 122 AB
  • Session Number:I12
Does our national culture influence how we process sensory information and the sorts of spaces where we live our best lives? Neuroscientists have shown that it does, and designers can increase patient and caregiver wellbeing by applying what these researchers have learned about culture and place-based experiences. In this roundtable... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Sally Augustin PhD
Principal
Design With Science
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 125 AB
  • Session Number:I13
For all the advances in clinical healthcare delivery, some areas, including offices (both physician and administrative), on-call rooms, and team rooms have changed little over the decades and may be historical artifacts rather than optimally productive work areas. As healthcare becomes more team-based and collaborative, and as younger professionals take... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jennifer Aliber AIA, FACHA, LEED AP
Principal
Shepley Bulfinch
Speaker/Presenter
Stephanie Altavilla MSMI, RN
Senior Project Director
Boston Children’s Hospital
Speaker/Presenter
Sue Ellen Donahoe LEED AP
Manager Facility Planning
Boston Children’s Hospital
Tracks:
  • Interactive

Monday, November 12, 3:30 PM - 5:45 PM

  • Room: North 121 AB
  • Session Number:D03
This study discussed diagnostic post-occupancy evaluation as a holistic approach to the evaluation of eight hospital gardens at two general acute care hospitals. The environmental, social, and economic benefits of the hospital gardens were evaluated through mixed methods including computation and modeling, observations and behavior mapping, site survey using the... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Kirsten Staloch Associate AIA, LEED Green Associate, EDAC
Senior Design Coordinator
HGA Architects and Engineers
Speaker/Presenter
Naomi Sachs PhD., MLA., EDAC
Postdoctoral Associate, Founding Director, and Co-Editor
Department of Design and Environmental Analysis, Cornell University; Therapeutic Landscapes Network, HERD Journal
Speaker/Presenter
Shan Jiang Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
West Virginia University
Tracks:
  • Deep Dive

Monday, November 12, 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

  • Room: North 226ABC
  • Session Number:E61
A current trend in healthcare workplace design is the use of open and flexible designs that allow employee choice as to where to work, with a variety of spaces and furnishings. A mixed methods quasi-experimental evaluation study was conducted in 2017 to compare an innovative design and traditional open space... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Amy Eyler PhD
Associate Professor, School of Social Work
Washington University in St. Louis
Speaker/Presenter
Grace Cuddihee
Director of Planning, Design, Construction and Real Estate
BJC HealthCare
Speaker/Presenter
Natalie Petzoldt AIA, EDAC, LEED AP
Principal
Cannon Design
Speaker/Presenter
Xiaobo Quan PhD, EDAC
Professor of Practice, Director, Center for Health Research & Design
Washington University in St. Louis
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 229AB
  • Session Number:E62
Healthcare buildings of today must be malleable in order to remain relevant tomorrow. How can we design healthcare buildings to be flexible in the face of uncertainty? This session addresses trends in patient-centered care, population health, and technology that drive the need for flexibility. Presenters will dive into “The Big... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Erin Cooper AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Associate Principal
Ballinger
Speaker/Presenter
Louis A. Meilink, Jr. AIA, ACHA, ACHE
Principal
Ballinger
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 222AB
  • Session Number:E63
Workplace violence is a growing problem in emergency departments, regularly affecting half of nurses. Keeping caregivers safe in highly stressful situations requires both operational and design interventions, as well as coordination with law enforcement. This presentation will bring together experts in healthcare operations, architecture, and interior design to present strategies... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Nikki Cirrincione RN, BSN, MIA
Interior Designer/Architectural Job Captain
LEO A DALY
Speaker/Presenter
Patricia Lenaghan RN, MSN, NE-BC, FAAN
Director of Operations, Chief Compliance Officer
Nurture Health
Speaker/Presenter
Phan Luc AIA, ACHA, EDAC
Vice President, Project Director
LEO A DALY
Speaker/Presenter
Steven Henrich AIA
Senior Architect
LEO A DALY
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 225AB
  • Session Number:E64
When Mountain Park Health Center in Tempe, Ariz., was no longer able to meet the needs of the community it was serving, it teamed with SmithGroupJJR to create a vibrant community health center that balanced clinical efficiency with amenities that promote wellness. This session will focus on the process of... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Craig Passey AIA, ACHA
Health Studio Leader
SmithGroupJJR
Speaker/Presenter
Lyle Steely AIA, LEED AP
Associate
SmithGroup
Speaker/Presenter
Michelle Hernandez
Senior Director, Marketing and Engagement
Mountain Park Health Center
Speaker/Presenter
Rachel Lambert
Chief Operating Officer
Mountain Park Health Center
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 227BC
  • Session Number:E65
This session provides an update to one of the most significant trends of healthcare support during military conflict—the value of virtual health (VH). Army Medicine, a recognized leader in VH with services spanning 18 time zones, 30 countries and territories, and over 30 clinical specialties, has developed a virtual MEDCEN... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Glenn Marsh
Director, Project Planning & Support Division, Health Facilities Planning Agency (HFPA)
US Army Health Facility Planning Agency
Speaker/Presenter
John Gallagher AIA, EDAC
MEDCOM Architect
US Army MEDCOM, HFPA/G9
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 221 BC
  • Session Number:E66
With the push towards lower cost outpatient settings for more complicated surgical procedures, what is the future state of the surgical platform within acute care hospitals? In this session, Florida Hospital Tampa’s CEO and HuntonBrady architects will provide their perspectives on which procedures will remain within hospitals and the resulting... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Aurelio Posada AIA
Associate Principal / Senior Design Architect
HuntonBrady Architects, P.A.
Speaker/Presenter
Brian Adams MBA
President and CEO, Florida Hospital Tampa; President and CEO, Florida Hospital at Connerton, Long Term Acute Care
Florida Hospital, a division of Adventist Health System
Speaker/Presenter
Paul Macheske AIA, ACHA, LEED AP, NCARB
Vice President and Healthcare Principal
HuntonBrady Architects, P.A.
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 232AB
  • Session Number:E67
New modalities of healthcare delivery are emerging, as the nexus of computerization, governmental policy, gene research, economics, and corporatization impacts healthcare. As architects and designers, we are increasingly challenged to provide a bridge from our current modes of care to the future. Although seemingly far off in the future, both... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Janet Corzo AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Senior Lab Planner
E4H Environments for Health Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
John Scoggin AIA
Partner
E4H Environments for Health Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
Luke Thiboutot AIA
Senior Associate
E4H Environments for Health Architecture
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 228AB
  • Session Number:E68
In 2007, Baystate Medical Center embarked on its “Hospital of the Future” project. The project, which has completed three phases and fit out 475,000 square feet of its 643,000 square feet of new space, was multifaceted. This multidisciplinary team will share their knowledge and unique perspectives gained from a 10-year... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
John Saad LEED AP, HFDP
Managing Principal
Vanderweil Engineers
Speaker/Presenter
Kirsten Waltz AIA, ACHA, EDAC, LEED AP BD+C
Principal, Healthcare Studio Leader
SmithGroup
Speaker/Presenter
Kurt Rockstroh FAIA, FACHA
Global President & CEO
Steffian Bradley Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Louis (Lou) Faassen AIA
Manager of Planning, Design and Construction
Baystate Health
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231AB
  • Session Number:E69
For years, behavioral health staff have learned to adapt to providing care in correctional facilities despite structural design challenges, little space, and chaotic environments. This session will discuss how Sonoma County Jail is building a new behavioral health housing unit with the stated goal of “providing a physical environment that... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Brenda Epperly Huggins RN. MSN, Correctional Health Care Consultant
Correctional Health Care Consultant
Brenda Epperly & Associates
Speaker/Presenter
Bruce Oveson RA, Associate Architect
Senior Project Specialist
Sonoma County General Services
Speaker/Presenter
Bryan Cleek Lieutenant
Planning and Research Manager | Detention Administration
Sonoma County Sheriff's Office
Speaker/Presenter
Gary Retel AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Design Architect
DLR Group
Tracks:
Sponsored by: Krug
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231C
  • Session Number:E70
As digital disruption continues to penetrate all industries, consumers are armed with more power and choice than ever as they decide who gets their next medical visit. Consumers want a brand experience that’s shaped around their needs. There are plenty of lessons learned from retail and financial industries that health... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Gina Bleedorn
Chief Experience Officer
Adrenaline
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 122 AB
  • Session Number:I14
Healthcare designers understand the importance of mechanical and electrical systems code compliance to assure a well-functioning and safe facility. But can we as an engineering, design, and construction community begin to move the needle and change the perception of mandated MEP system sizing without sacrificing patient, user, or facility safety?... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Greg Schaper
Director of MEP Services, Southern California
McCarthy Buildings Company
Speaker/Presenter
Jeff Hankin P.E., LEED AP
Senior Principal, Engineering
Stantec
Speaker/Presenter
Tariq Amlani P.Eng., LEED AP
Principal, Buildings Engineering
Stantec
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 125 AB
  • Session Number:I15
In this roundtable, attendees will learn how the University of Virginia Medical Center was able to improve the patient experience and increase individualized patient care by moving its endoscopy department outside of the main hospital campus. The department needed a strategic growth opportunity to increase capacity, improve patient experience, and... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Catherine Bauer RNBS, MBA, CGRN, CFER
Director of Endoscopy/Bronchoscopy and Motility
University of Virginia Medical Center
Speaker/Presenter
Jamie Norwood AIA, LEED AP, EDAC
Senior Associate
Hord Coplan Macht
Tracks:
  • Interactive

Tuesday, November 13, 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

  • Room: North 226ABC
  • Session Number:E71
More than 50 percent of physicians report symptoms of burnout, and the associated costs are significant including increased medical errors, lower quality of care, increased physician turnover, and physician suicide. This study used a multimethod approach to combine elements of qualitative inquiry with physician physiologic data and space syntax analysis.... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Akhila Iyer MS, EDAC
Human Factors Environmental Design & Research Specialist
The National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare
Speaker/Presenter
Jordan Smith M.S.O.T., OTR/L
Design Researcher
Steelcase Health
Speaker/Presenter
Joseph Blumenthal
Clinical Informatics Researcher and Developer
MedStar Health National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare
Speaker/Presenter
Michelle Ossmann Ph.D., MSN
Director, Health Environments
Steelcase Health
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 229AB
  • Session Number:E72
This session explores how Emory University and Emory Healthcare System used strong planning practices to address mobility challenges and enhance the patient arrival and departure experience, while improving the experience for employees, as well. The presenters will explore the comprehensive mobility components that Emory addressed including transit service, park-and-ride facilities,... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Adele Clements CAPP
Senior Director, Transportation, Parking and Fleet Services
Emory University
Speaker/Presenter
Jeffrey Smith P.E., LEED AP
Project Manager
Kimley-Horn
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 222AB
  • Session Number:E73
The Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center’s Children’s Hospital of Richmond Pavilion (CHoRP) is a building focused on continually improving operations through key design strategies resulting in quality, flexibility, efficiency, and patient and family experience and satisfaction. The importance of understanding how a facility supports human activities and organizational goals within... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Erin Peavey Assoc. AIA, EDAC, LEED AP BD+C
Associate
HKS
Speaker/Presenter
Kate Renner AIA, EDAC, LSSCE, LEED AP BD+C
Associate
HKS, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Leslie Hanson AIA
PRINCIPAL AND SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
HKS
Speaker/Presenter
Suzanne Britt HSHA, LNHA
Director
VCU Health, Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 225AB
  • Session Number:E74
The Reliant Medical Group embarked on an ambitious patient care transformation project to evaluate and change its healthcare delivery system. At the 2015 HCD Expo, the team members outlined initial vision and design plans. Now they are back to share the results of creating 450,000 square feet of space, across... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Danielle Santos
Senior Associate
Lavallee Brensinger Architects
Speaker/Presenter
John Duggan
Vice President Real Estate Operations
Reliant Medical Group, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Michael Gerhardt MS Civil Engineering
Vice President
Leggat McCall Properties, LLC
Speaker/Presenter
Richard Pizzi AIA, NCARB
CEO, Studio Health Leader
Lavallee Brensinger Architects
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 227BC
  • Session Number:E75
By applying sustainable design solutions, healthcare facilities can improve the quality of the built environment and achieve greater customer satisfaction, with higher productivity at reduced costs. Thermadapt is an adaptive material designed as an external layer attached over a building façade. It acts as a light-redirecting device to improve indoor... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Afnan Barri
PhD Candidate
The University of Kansas
Speaker/Presenter
Bushra Obeidat
PhD. EDAC
Simtigrate Design Lab
Speaker/Presenter
Mahmoud Hayajnh
Master's Candidate
Georgia Institute of Technology, Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering
Speaker/Presenter
Mohammed Obeidat
DR
The Royal Medical Services
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 221 BC
  • Session Number:E76
Community hospitals of today need to modernize aging infrastructure and facilities with limited capital dollars for replacement programs that lack a clear bottom-line return. Two years ago, following a major flood in six of its main operating rooms, the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center began the process of... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jim Albert AIA, ACHA, LEED AP
Principal
Hord Coplan Macht
Speaker/Presenter
Kathy Brown MSN, RN
Vice President
Corazon, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Matt McGovern
Program Manager
University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 232AB
  • Session Number:E77
When the new 656-bed Humber River Hospital opened in October 2015, it implemented technologies to improve operations; transform care delivery; and create a paperless, seamless, connected experience for patients, staff, and clinicians. Leadership was intent during planning and design of the facility that it would meet the needs of its... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Andrew Day
Principal
GE Healthcare Partners
Speaker/Presenter
Barbara Collins MBA, RN
President and Chief Executive Officer
Humber River Hospital
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 228AB
  • Session Number:E78
This presentation illustrates different ROI algorithms for evidence-based design (EBD) interventions related to staff effectiveness and retention. A case study example of an inpatient unit build-out project completed in 2013 from a large academic medical center in the Midwest will be used. Through this example, presenters will translate traditional metrics,... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Isaac Larson
Executive Director, Facility Planning & Development
Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin
Speaker/Presenter
Kara Freihoefer PhD, CID, EDAC, LEED ID+C
Director of Research
HGA Architects and Engineers
Speaker/Presenter
Sarah Cypher MSN, RN, CMSRN
Director of Nursing
Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231AB
  • Session Number:E79
While an open nurses’ station can present challenges in a behavioral health setting, it also opens opportunities to build trust and security between staff and patients. At Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, those nonlinear connections between the patient and the care environment are driving growth and safety in a... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Heather Treib MBA
Operations Director, Hospital-based Services
Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services
Speaker/Presenter
Rick Dahl AIA
Principal
BWBR
Speaker/Presenter
Scott Holmes
Associate Principal
BWBR
Tracks:
Sponsored by: Krug
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231C
  • Session Number:E80
Amid a transformational healthcare landscape, rising competition, and the fast-approaching 2030 seismic mandate for California hospitals, Scripps Health has embarked on a 2.8-million-square-foot multi-campus masterplan. Working collaboratively with executive architect SmithGroupJJR, the team devised an approach to expedite decisions to allocate specialties and rationalize funds across the continuum of care.... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Bruce Rainey MHA
Vice President Construction and Facilities
Scripps Health
Speaker/Presenter
Chaithanya Jayachandran AIA, ACHA, EDAC, ACHE
Healthcare Studio Leader
SmithGroupJJR
Speaker/Presenter
David King FAIA
Design Director
SmithGroupJJR
Speaker/Presenter
Issam Khalaf
Vice President Western Region Manager, Program and Construction Management
Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc.
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 122 AB
  • Session Number:I16
This forum is intended to allow eduators involved in programs, studios or courses focused on healthcare architecture and design professionals interested in education to discuss issues of content, curriculum and pedagogy. It is also intended to explore ways to better integrate academia, the design profession and the healthcare industry at... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
David Allison FAIA, FACHA
Alumni Distinguished Professor and Director
Clemson University Architecture + Health Graduate Studies
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 125 AB
  • Session Number:I17
This roundtable discussion will provide an opportunity for clinicians involved in healthcare design to share their background and role with other clinicians and non-clinician participants. Participants will share successful strategies they have used to involve clinicians and the clinical voice in the design process. There will be an opportunity to... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Joyce Durham RN, AIA
Principal and Senior Clinical Advisor
SmithGroupJJR
Speaker/Presenter
Kay Rademacher MSA, RN, NEA-BC, EDAC
Healthcare Consultant
Kay Rademacher LLC
Tracks:
  • Interactive

Tuesday, November 13, 8:15 AM - 10:30 AM

  • Room: North 121 AB
  • Session Number:D04
The Texas A & M University First Look Colloquium is an annual Healthcare Design event in which presenters offer fresh insights on the ways research is shaping our understanding of the potential impact of design on health.  A primary focus of the colloquium is equipping and enabling participants to see... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Hank Adams
Director of Health
Speaker/Presenter
Jay Maddock Ph.D, FAAHB
Dean, School of Public Health
Texas A&M University
Tracks:
  • Educational Session

Tuesday, November 13, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

  • Room: North 226ABC
  • Session Number:E81
By combining observation, interviews, simulation, and rapid prototyping, this team developed design solutions that help healthcare workers stay safe while engaged in challenging tasks. This joint presentation brings the experience of the healthcare practitioners who cared for Ebola patients during the 2014 outbreak and introduces a human-centered discovery approach developed... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jennifer DuBose MS, EDAC, LEED AP
Associate Director and Senior Research Associate
SimTigrate Design Lab
Speaker/Presenter
Jill Morgan RN
Critical Care Nurse
Emory University Hospital
Speaker/Presenter
Maria Wong Sala B.S. ID, M.S. HCI(c)
Researcher
SimTigrate Design Lab
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 229AB
  • Session Number:E82
Access to care and value-based economics have placed health systems in a difficult position, and the traditional destination bricks-and-mortar campus no longer represents a successful strategy. Microhospitals have become a popular alternative in many areas of the country, particularly as a market growth and value strategy. To be successful, they... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jason Carney AIA
Partner
EFH Environments for Health Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
Phi DeBruzzi
Director
Navigant
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 222AB
  • Session Number:E83
Beyond Fundamentals is a must-have resource providing new and unique information about the latest design challenges, trends, best practices, research, and applications of technology in health and residential care. Introduced to bridge the gap inherent in the four-year revision cycle of the Guidelines for Design and Construction documents, FGI’s Beyond... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Bryan Langlands AIA, ACHA, EDAC, LEED GA
Principal
NBBJ
Speaker/Presenter
Douglas Erickson FASHE, CHFM, HFDP, CHC
CEO
Facility Guidelines Institute
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 225AB
  • Session Number:E84
Defined by the affordable, high-quality healthcare provided to low-income patients but limited by a tight budget funded by grants, the Legacy Community Health clinic represents thousands of clinics across the country operating under similar circumstances. This session will explore how one Houston clinic built on its strengths, without being constrained... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
David McLemore AIA, ACHA, LEED AP
Executive Vice President
Kirksey Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
Joel Kalmin
Director of Facility Design
Legacy Community Health
Speaker/Presenter
Necia Bonner
Interior Designer
Kirksey Architecture
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 227BC
  • Session Number:E85
This presentation will review the revised and expanded guidance on acoustics in the 2018 edition of the FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction documents published in January 2018. Learn the significant updates for acoustic design in FGI’s 2018 Guidelines for Design and Construction documents. As a member of the Acoustics... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Elizabeth Valmont PhD, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP
Associate, Acoustics, Audiovisual and Theatre
Arup
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 221 BC
  • Session Number:E86
Violence against caregivers is increasing in emergency departments (EDs) across the U.S. and around the world. Within crowded departments, anxieties are rising; tensions are increasing; and the safety of staff, physicians, patients, and their families are at elevated risk. Add to this a huge increase in patients needing psychiatric stabilization... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jon Huddy Master of Architecture
BA Design
AIA
NCARB
President and Senior Healthcare Consultant
Huddy HealthCare Solutions, LLC
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 232AB
  • Session Number:E87
Nothing gives perspective on the patient experience like sitting in an infusion chair and planning a cancer center from this viewpoint. Meet two cancer patients, a nurse and an architect, who are leading the design of a new comprehensive cancer center. Hear firsthand accounts of the issues plaguing patients that... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Janet Dugan AIA, LEED AP
Principal
NBBJ
Speaker/Presenter
Ronn Goodnough RN, MN, MBA, EDAC
Clinical Project Manager
Harrison Medical Center
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 228AB
  • Session Number:E88
Throughout practice, one of the biggest hurdles in conducting facility evaluations is the lack of standard, reliable evaluation tools. For this project, academic and professional teams partnered to apply and validate existing open-source tools on both inpatient and outpatient facilities. The team will discuss findings related to the application of... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Erin Peavey Assoc. AIA, EDAC, LEED AP BD+C
Associate
HKS
Speaker/Presenter
Hui Cai PhD, EDAC
Assistant Professor
Health and Wellness Program at the School of Architecture Design, and Planning at the University of Kansas
Speaker/Presenter
Kate Renner AIA, EDAC, LSSCE, LEED AP BD+C
Associate
HKS, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Kent Spreckelmeyer FAIA, DArch
Professor
Health and Wellness Program at the School of Architecture Design, and Planning at the University of Kansas
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231AB
  • Session Number:E89
The Neuro-Diagnostic Institute and Advanced Treatment Center is Indiana’s first new state mental hospital since 1952. First of its kind, this facility will diagnosis and develop treatment plans for all ages with a wide range of brain-related illnesses. The facility, scheduled to begin serving patients in early 2019, will be... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Bryan Sander RA, LEED AP BD+C
Project Architect
BSA LifeStructures
Speaker/Presenter
Jerry Sheward MD
Chief Medical Officer
Indiana Family Social Services Administration (FSSA)
Speaker/Presenter
Keith Huehls PE, CPMP
Senior Project Manager
BSA LifeStructures
Tracks:
Sponsored by: Krug
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231C
  • Session Number:E90
As healthcare institutions have become financially accountable for outcomes achieved with patients, the industry is shifting toward a holistic medical approach. A growing focus on population health management is aimed at keeping “at risk” populations healthy and out of acute care. This is changing the way healthcare facilities are used,... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Alex Tsaparis AIA
Architect
Stantec Architecture Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Douglas King AIA CSI NCARB ACHA
Senior Associate
Stantec Architecture Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Jingfen Guo MFA, MA
Assistant Professor, Interior Design Department
University of Central Oklahoma
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 122 AB
  • Session Number:I18
The realization that specialized and isolated thinking and medical practice cannot explain complex systems nor solve complicated problems has started to change compartmentalized medical practice and biomedical research. Today, team science and research is favored. The holistic approach to medicine and medical research has also affected the shape and organization... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Frederick Marks AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Scholar
Salk Institute
Speaker/Presenter
Richard Kalish AIA
Principal
ZGF
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 125 AB
  • Session Number:I19
Be that person who can tell others about the research before it’s published! Through the New Investigator Award, The Center for Health Design is giving you an opportunity to get the scoop on new research from one of the “next generation” investigators in our field. You’ll learn about the use... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Deborah Wingler MDS-HHE, EDAC
Graduate Research Assistant
Clemson University Architecture + Health | The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing
Speaker/Presenter
Ellen Taylor PhD, AIA, MBA, EDAC
VP for Research
The Center for Health Design
Tracks:
  • Interactive

Tuesday, November 13, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

  • Room: North 231C
  • Session Number:E100
When healthcare organizations merge, aligning stakeholders around a common vision can be a challenge, particularly when designing a new facility. Such was the case when designing TRIA Orthopedics Center in Minnesota. Designers were tasked with embracing three recently merged orthopedics practices and their diverse specialty orthopedics service lines, models and... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Karla Koons MN CID, IIDA, EDAC, LEED AP ID+C
AssociateAssociate, Senior Project Interior Designer and Medical Planner
RSP Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Mary Haugen
Director Professional Nursing Practice and Ambulatory Surgery Center
TRIA Orthopaedic Center
Speaker/Presenter
Stephanie Statz IIDA, LEED AP BD+C, EDAC, MN CID
Senior Project Interior Designer
RSP Architects
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 226ABC
  • Session Number:E91
To ensure that healthcare environments support the delivery of high-quality care, it is essential to engage multiple stakeholders, including frontline staff, into the design process. Virtual reality (VR) has become an increasingly popular method for designers to convey multiple design options and elicit subjective end user feedback. This session will... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Anjali Joseph Ph.D., EDAC
Director, Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing; Associate Professor, School of Architecture
Clemson University Architecture + Health | The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing
Speaker/Presenter
Deborah Wingler MDS-HHE, EDAC
Graduate Research Assistant
Clemson University Architecture + Health | The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing
Speaker/Presenter
Rutali Joshi
Graduate Research Assistant
Clemson University Architecture + Health | The Center for Health Facilities
Speaker/Presenter
Susan O'Hara PhD, MPH, RN
Assistant Professor School of Nursing
Clemson University Architecture + Health | The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 229AB
  • Session Number:E92
Parkland Hospital has begun the design of a state of the art Women's Breast Treatment Center. This presentation will highlight the planning and decision-making chain that HKS is utilizing to design this difficult project. Everything that will increase the patient experience and efficiency of the day to day operations is... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Brian Brisco AIA, LEED, EDAC
Senior Project Manager
HKS Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Chris Upton
Senior Facilities Program Manager
Parkland Hospital and Health Systems
Speaker/Presenter
GEORGE MANN
PROFESSOR
Texas A&M University
Co-Presenter
Paula Turicchi FACHE
Vice President Operations
Parkland Health & Hospital System
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 222AB
  • Session Number:E93
West Virginia Medicine is tackling one of the toughest challenges related to high rates of heart disease with a new $80 million Heart and Vascular Institute. The need was essential due to heart disease being the state’s number one killer. The new facility was built in just 15 months (compared... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
David Jaeger AIA, LEED AP BD+C, EDAC
HED, Principal & Healthcare Design Studio Director and Adjunct Professor
Harley Ellis Devereaux (HED)
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 225AB
  • Session Number:E94
With a focus on ambulatory development, this presentation will illustrate models of strategic and tactical adaptation in an era of unprecedented industry disruption. Presenters will share: examples of the stages of the conversion from hospital and inpatient-centric thinking to a predominantly outpatient care model; opportunities, challenges, and levels of health... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Mary Anne L. Graf MS
President and Founder
Health Care Innovations
Speaker/Presenter
Michael A. Spine MHA
Founder and Managing Partner
Third Curve Healthcare
Speaker/Presenter
Paula Crowley MCP, MBA
Management Team, Co-Founder and Chair Emeritus
Anchor Health Properties
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 227BC
  • Session Number:E95
For the first time, the 2018 FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction documents include a standalone document specific to outpatient facilities, recognizing their distinct differences from inpatient settings. While the Guidelines document describes typical ambulatory settings, it also provides guidance for designing outpatient clinics that may combine multiple treatment modalities.... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
John Williams
Program Manager
Washington State Department of Health
Speaker/Presenter
Kirsten Waltz AIA, ACHA, EDAC, LEED AP BD+C
Principal, Healthcare Studio Leader
SmithGroup
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 221 BC
  • Session Number:E96
The Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH) and SmithGroupJJR worked together to develop an innovative low-acuity bay concept for the front end of its ED. This new bay concept, an evolution of the emerging standard (2018 FGI), can immediately flex from 20 to 80 patients. It is combined with universal exam rooms;... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Diana Araoz-Fraser
Designer Healthcare
SmithGroup
Speaker/Presenter
Marge Smith
Architect - Sr. Medical Planner | Architecture + Planning
Johns Hopkins Health System
Speaker/Presenter
Paula Justice
Nursing Project Manager, Department of Emergency Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Speaker/Presenter
Shary Adams AIA, ACHA, EDAC, LEED AP BD+C
Principal
SmithGroup
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 232AB
  • Session Number:E97
How does a U.S.-based design team and healthcare network best serve a client in Russia? How does a design and planning team reference U.S. projects to transform the future of cancer care in Egypt? Emerging healthcare organizations function differently than the relative orthodoxy of U.S. healthcare institutions. But these markets... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Anthony Treu AIA, ACHA, LEED
Associate Director
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Speaker/Presenter
Jonathan Wetzel Wetzel MBA-H
Director, Network Development and International Business Development
Mount Sinai Health Network / Mount Sinai Health System
Speaker/Presenter
Ray Skorupa AIA
President
MPRI (Medical Planning and Research International)
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 228AB
  • Session Number:E98
At 3.5 million square feet and 22 stories tall, the Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM) will be the largest single-building hospital in North America. To bring this giant to life, nearly 200 designers in more than 15 offices worked on the project. Executing this massive project, one of... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Christine Cavataio
Vice President
CannonDesign
Speaker/Presenter
Matthew Forman AIA, LEED AP
Senior Associate, VDC Leader
CannonDesign
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231AB
  • Session Number:E99
The Cherokee believe that no person is less than another, a belief that leads to a stigma-free design for healing mentally and physically as a natural extension of care. Following a continuum of care from crisis stabilization, care, and successful reintegration into the tribe is the goal and the plan,... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Christie Adams EDAC
Project Manager + Healthcare Planner
McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
Kimberly Hensley RN
Inpatient Nurse Manager
Cherokee Indian Hospital
Tracks:
Sponsored by: Krug
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 121 AB
  • Session Number:I20
In this roundtable, BIFMA will present an overview of its Health Care Furniture Design Guidelines for Cleanability document, which provides guidance on furniture performance in healthcare settings. Particular attention will be given to the topic of coated fabrics’ resistance to cleaners and disinfectants, including test methods for determining acceptable levels... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Adity Phadnis
Senior Product Compliance Analyst
Designtex
Speaker/Presenter
Jennifer Wammack BFA-Textile Design, MM-Sustainable Business
Director of Outreach
BIFMA
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 122 AB
  • Session Number:I21
In underserved communities, healthcare resources are often limited, contributing to shorter lifespans, chronic health issues, and decreased quality of life. In Washington, D.C., Unity Healthcare approaches this challenge differently through a network of health centers closely integrated into the social fabric of each neighborhood that provides comprehensive healthcare services. Participants... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Bonny Slater
Senior Interior Designer and Regional Health & Wellness Practice Area Leader
Gensler
Speaker/Presenter
Michael Crawford
Chief of Staff
Unity Health Care, Inc.
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 125 AB
  • Session Number:I22
Can staff workspace impact care? While staff have changed how they work, the workspaces themselves have not evolved to support new models of care that rely on education, multidisciplinary teamwork, and a collaborative process. It’s time to think beyond linear nurses’ stations and decentralized charting, especially as evidence grows to... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Angela Mazzi AIA, ACHA, EDAC
Architect
GBBN Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Erin Schmidt NCIDQ, LEED AP
Interior Designer
GBBN Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Melissa Dulisse NCIDQ
Interior Designer
GBBN Architects
Tracks:
  • Interactive

Tuesday, November 13, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

  • Room: North 226ABC
  • Session Number:E101
This session is designed as a visually immersive and data-oriented presentation of a two-year study that investigates the performance of design innovations deployed and measured in the design of new single-occupancy patient rooms. Designers and providers can benefit from this session that will share the research process undertaken as a... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Donna Ware AIA
Executive Director, Planning and Design
BJC HealthCare
Speaker/Presenter
Emily Johnson EDAC
Architectural Design Professional | Visiting Research Fellow
HKS | Washington University in St. Louis
Speaker/Presenter
Valerie Greer AIA
Professor of Practice
Washington University in St. Louis
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 229AB
  • Session Number:E102
Standard OR planning processes cannot address the patient safety or family anxiety concerns for children undergoing pediatric heart surgery. Using the research of Clemson's MUSC RIPCHD OR research, this project team set an EBD process to challenge preconceived design solutions for a special cohort in a vertical expansion. The addition... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Arthur Brito EDAC, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP, DGNB Auditor
Senior Vice President
HKS Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Jon Paul Bacariza ACHA, EDAC, LEED AP
Senior Vice President
HKS Architects
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 222AB
  • Session Number:E103
When volume exceeds 70,000 annually, you need to design and operate differently. How do you deal with large spikes in volume? How do you segment patients without increasing wait times or compromising care? How do you zone for staff efficiency while preventing the department from becoming compartmentalized? Hardin Memorial Hospital... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Chris Stucker RN BSN
Emergency Department Manager
Hardin Memorial Health
Speaker/Presenter
Jason Groneck AIA, LEED AP
Principal
GBBN Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Sharon Wright
Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer
Hardin Memorial Hospital
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 225AB
  • Session Number:E104
The University of South Carolina (USC) embarked on a process to seek approval, design, plan, and program a new student healthcare facility utilizing evidenced-based architectural designs that inspire an integrated structure for delivering a wide spectrum of high-quality, patient-centered services. USC consolidated wellness, prevention, advocacy, counseling and psychiatry, and the... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Deborah Beck RRT, NPS
Executive Director, Student Health Services and Healthy Carolina
University of South Carolina
Speaker/Presenter
Jerry Johnson AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Design Principal
Perkins+Will
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 227BC
  • Session Number:E105
A new generation of healthcare buildings are demonstrating that a future of low energy use can be a cost-effective reality today. This session will connect attendees with the inside stories and lessons learned from recent project case studies from their architecture and engineering team sustainability leaders. They will discuss what... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Arash Guity PE, LEED® AP, CEM
Chief Sustainability Engineer
Mazzetti
Speaker/Presenter
Breeze Glazer LEED AP BD+C
Sustainable Healthcare Leader
Perkins+Will
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 221 BC
  • Session Number:E106
The 2018 FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals provides updated requirements for the design of hybrid operating rooms (ORs) that coordinate with a new classification system for imaging rooms and updated requirements for standard ORs. The classification system outlines basic imaging room requirements, with additional details for specific... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Bryan Langlands AIA, ACHA, EDAC, LEED GA
Principal
NBBJ
Speaker/Presenter
Mary Fearon MSN, RN, CNOR
Service Line Director
Eastside Health Alliance
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 232AB
  • Session Number:E107
Fiat lux (let there be light) is the motto of the University of California. In 2007, a competition was held to select the design team for the new UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay. One design team considered UCSF’S aspirations for their new campus and wrote a newsletter, Fiat Lux,... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Annie Coull AIA, ACHA, EDAC
Vice President
Stantec Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
Scott Shaver
Design Coordinator
Stantec
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 228AB
  • Session Number:E108
Froedtert Hospital and the Medical College of Wisconsin’s new integrated procedural platform includes 58 new or fully renovated ORs, neuro and vascular interventional labs, cardiac Cath and EP labs, minor procedure rooms, and is supported by new pre/postoperative care units, a sterile processing department, staff amenities and family waiting. The... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Carrie Condry NCIDQ, EDAC, LEED AP
Senior Equipment Manager
IMEG Corp.
Speaker/Presenter
Thomas Duris BA, MLS
Business, Finance & Special Projects-Perioperative Services
Froedtert Hospital
Speaker/Presenter
Todd Accardi IIDA,LEED AP,EDAC
Vice President
Cannon Design
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231AB
  • Session Number:E109
“Improved access for patients,” “hotel-like care environments,” and “modern treatment facilities” are buzz words we hear today in the healthcare design industry. Unfortunately, behavioral health-focused facilities are often excluded from this conversation. This regional hospital behavioral health expansion is having that conversation. The project not only seeks to create modern... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Carey Unger MHA
Associate Vice President Neurosciences and Behavioral Health
Duke Health Facility Planning, Design, & Construction
Speaker/Presenter
Leslie Colucci AIA, MHA, LEED AP
Senior Project Manager, Senior Associate
Perkins+Will
Speaker/Presenter
Mitch Babb MBA/MHA, RN
Chief Operating Officer
Duke University Health System
Tracks:
Sponsored by: Krug
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 231C
  • Session Number:E110
Owners are continuously striving for successful project results with repeatable processes. To that end, a deep dive reflection on seven inpatient acute care hospitals recently completed in California was undertaken. This study revealed several success factors and warning signs when comparing projects that navigated smoothly and those that exhibited warning... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
GEORGE HURLEY
Project Executive
DPR Construction
Speaker/Presenter
Laurel Harrison
Health Sector Leader | Senior Principal
Stantec Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
Lynn Welch
SitePlus
Speaker/Presenter
Michelle Malone MPA
Executive Director of Facilities & Construction
Chinese Hospital
Tracks:
  • Educational Session
  • Room: North 121 AB
  • Session Number:I23
This roundtable introduces the recent transportation infrastructure and planning work led by the City of Rochester and the Destination Medical Center (DMC) with a goal of creating a global destination for health and wellness. With Mayo Clinic at its heart, DMC is the largest public-private economic initiative in Minnesota and... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Dennis Burns CAPP
Vice President
Kimley-Horn
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 122 AB
  • Session Number:I24
The HRO model is attractive to healthcare facilities to ensure safe operations despite performance pressures. When Sharp’s OceanView Tower team embarked on the design and build of a 197,000-square-foot hospital tower, it incorporated the key building blocks of HRO into the design-build process. The criteria for success included a building... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Bonnie Khang-Keating
Project Executive
SmithGroupJJR
Speaker/Presenter
Gregg Zoll
Vice President Facilities Management and Development
Sharp Healthcare
Speaker/Presenter
Matthew Teichner AIA, CAL-EMA, Sr, DBIA
Senior Project Manager
Sharp Healthcare
Speaker/Presenter
Pilar Mendez LEED AP BD+C
Associate AIA
Project Architect
SmithGroupJJR
Tracks:
  • Interactive
  • Room: North 125 AB
  • Session Number:I25
When faced with limited real estate, UChicago Medicine embarked on the reuse of a 1980s vintage building. How could a bed tower with low floor-to-floor heights, area limitations, and dated infrastructure be revived into a signature, state-of-the-art, patient-focused academic cancer center? Using advanced building forensics, Lean design methodologies, web-based tools... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Deborah Antes, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP AIA, ACHA, LEED AP
Director, Space Planning and Architectural Services
UChicago Medicine
Speaker/Presenter
Elizabeth Rack, AIA, LEED AP
Managing Principal
Perkins+Will, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Jennifer Riddle Curley, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB
Project Manager, Associate
Perkins+Will, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
Marco Capicchioni, PE, BSEME, MBA PE, BSEME, MBA
Vice President of Facilities Planning, Design and Construction
UChicago Medicine
Tracks:
  • Interactive

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