April 7 + 8, 2015 | Seaport Hotel | Boston

The Healthcare and Educational Facilities Design and Construction Event for New England

Conference Schedule

AIA Continuing Education Learning Units2015

Design professionals may earn American Institute of Architects (AIA)/Continuing Education System (CES) Learning Units (LUs) by attending pre-approved MED-Ed Facilities sessions and co-located conferences.

Session Title Track CEUs
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
T11 Improved Project Outcomes through Innovation and Collaboration Case Studies LU
T12 Code Requirements for Existing Buildings Codes LU
T13 Quiet Central Energy Plants Acoustics LU
T14 Moving From CAD to BIM in Facilities at HSPH: A Case Study BIM and Technology LU/HSW
T15 Curtain Walls for Labs and Medical Facilities Building Enclosures LU
T16 Speech Privacy and Sound Masking in Modern Healthcare Acoustics LU
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
T21 FGI Guidelines Update for 2015 - Meeting the Client's Needs Medical Design LU/HSW
T22 The New Massachusetts State Energy Code: 2012 International Energy Conservation Code Codes LU
T23 Reduce Project Durations and Increase Profits Through Collaboration BIM and Technology LU
T24 Planning a Clinical Lab (Part 1): Drivers, Processes and Throughput Medical Design LU
T25 NFPA 285 - Assembly Test of Exterior Walls with Combustible Components Building Enclosures LU
T26 Acoustics and Vibration Concerns and Solutions from Design through Construction Acoustics LU
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
T31 Building Resiliency in Hospitals and Research/Teaching Institutions Case Studies LU/HSW
T32 How Clean Is Clean When Decontaminating Med/Ed Facilities? Medical Design LU
T33 How Sophisticated Owners Integrate Energy Efficient Commissioning Into Their Building Process Energy and Performance LU/HSW
T34 Planning a Clinical Lab (Part 2): Form Follows Flow Medical Design LU
T35 Green Roofs and Plaza Decks Building Enclosures LU/HSW
T36 Multi-functional Simulation Spaces at Boston Children's Hospital Medical Design LU
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
T41 Beyond Code - How Program Administrators Support Energy Savings for High Performance New Construction Energy and Performance LU
T42 New York Presbyterian Hospital Skills Acquisition & Innovation Laboratory- An Educational Healthcare Facility for the 21st Century Case Studies LU/HSW
T43 A Critical Infection Prevention Tool:Ultra Violet Germicidal Irradiation in Hospital HVAC Medical Design LU
T44 Achieving Long-Term Roof Systems Service Life - Sustainable Through Innovative Design Building Enclosures LU/HSW
T45 Planning Hospital-based Simulation Centers with Limited Available Space Medical Design LU/HSW
T46 Green Specs, EPDs, HPDs and Product Transparency Building Materials LU
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
W11 Designing A Road to Recovery Medical Design LU/HSW
W12 Environmental Compliance for Critical Infrastructure Systems Medical Design LU
W13 .Zero Net Energy Buildings in Massachusetts Energy and Performance LU
W14 Moisture Problems and Solutions for Modern Floorcoverings in Health Care Applications Building Materials LU
W15 Designing Air and Vapor Barriers Building Enclosures LU/HSW
W16 The "i" in BIM BIM and Technology LU
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
C1 Design Trends: Exceeding Cost and Performance Objectives with Wood-Frame School Complimentary LU
W21 Developing Facilities Guidelines and Construction Standards Educational Facilities LU
W22 The Design-Assist Advantage in Healthcare Medical Design LU/HSW
W23 Adaptive Reuse and Ambulatory Surgery Center Design Medical Design LU
W24 Case of the Mysterious Leak Building Enclosures LU
W25 The Rise & Fall of Moisture-Related Flooring Problems Building Materials LU
W26 Creative Avoidance: Why we spend time doing other things instead of growing our business! Marketing and Practice LU/HSW
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
W31 Cost Estimating For Educational and Healthcare Facilities Educational Facilities LU
W32 Shared Educational and Healthcare Programmatic Spaces: Designs for Success Medical Design LU/HSW
W33 Planning for the Cycles of Change in Neonatal Care Medical Design LU/HSW
W34 Optimizing Daylight and Lighting Design for High-Performance Healthcare Environments Lighting LU/HSW
W35 Building Enclosures: Science, Design and Commissioning for Energy Efficiency in Institutional Facilities Building Enclosures LU
W36 Getting The Edge : An Architects' Guide To Winning Projects Marketing and Practice LU/HSW
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
W41 Make it Work, Make it Last: The Value of Lean in Project Delivery Case Studies LU
W42 Lighting and Human Health Lighting LU/HSW
W43 Integrating a High End Simulation Center into Corporate Culture Building Materials LU
W44 3-D Scanning for Facility Reconstruction BIM and Technology LU
W45 Global Med-Ed Engineering - "You're not in Kansas Anymore" Energy and Performance LU
W46 Philanthropy, Farming, Health and Education Educational Facilities LU/HSW
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