April 26 + 27, 2016 | Seaport Hotel | Boston

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

Conference Schedule

AIA Continuing Education Learning Units2016

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

Session Title Track CEUs
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
T12 MGH Museum Achieves Community and Interdepartmental Connections Case Studies
T13 Introduction to Mechanic's Liens and the related construction law issues Codes & Regulations
T15 Daylighting and Glazing in Healthcare and Educational Buildings Building Materials
T16 'NO'LEADERSHIP REQUIRED: How Construction Leaders Balance Compliance and Innovation. Marketing and Practice
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
T21 Using 3P to Design a Cancer Center Building Enclosures
T22 Continuous Learning Through Highly-Collaborative Delivery Case Studies
T23 Environmental Considerations While Planning for Expansion, New Construction, or Acquisition Codes & Regulations
T24 Design of High Performance Hospitals: Pathway to Energy Leadership Energy and Performance
T25 Ventilation Design and Infection Control for Hospitals Using CFD Healthcare Facilities
T26 State of Healthy Materials Today Building Materials
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
T31 Cost Estimating For Healthcare and Educational Facilities Building Enclosures
T32 Comfort for All: Calibrating Thermal Comfort for Healthcare Energy and Performance
T33 Meeting the Living Building Challenge: Opportunities for Campus Leadership Educational Facilities
T34 Infrastructure thru PPP Investment in Energy Efficiency Energy and Performance
T35 Designing for Rapid Response, Ebola and Future Infectious Diseases Healthcare Facilities
T36 Healthy Materials: In Pursuit of Transparency Sustainability
T37 The Three R's of a Medical Campus Sustainability
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
T41 Details for the Building Enclosure Building Enclosures
T42 Overcoming the 'Relentless Corridor': Optimizing Navigation and Nature in Complex Facilities Case Studies
T43 Combined Heat and Power to Provide Remarkable Energy Efficiency to the Medium Size Campus Energy and Performance
T44 The Cost of LEEDv4 Case Studies
T45 Market-Beating Returns by Investing in Your Own Buildings Marketing and Practice
T46 RFID Revolutionizing Healthcare: Case Study Best Practice Technology
T47 High Performance Building Envelope in Hospitals Building Enclosures
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
W11 Solving the Vibration Isolation and Control Challenge in Healthcare Acoustics
W12 Delivering Performance with Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation Building Materials
W13 Designing for Today's Urgent Care Case Studies
W14 Innovations in Air Movement: Designing for Schools Educational Facilities
W16 Reducing Environmental Impacts on Hospitals from Construction Healthcare Facilities
W17 Repurposing Healthcare for Resiliency Energy and Performance
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
W21 New Coatings to Support Cleaner and Fresher Healthcare Environments Building Materials
W22 Building the First Multifamily Passive House Building in New England: Not a Passive Endeavor Building Enclosures
W23 Clean Design: Raising Triple Aim Expectations Case Studies
W24 Commissioning For Success: Benefits of Cx and RCx Energy and Performance
W26 Engaging the City in a Design/Construction Team Selection Healthcare Facilities
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
W31 Interior Air Barriers - Achieving Compartmentalization Technology
W32 How Resinous Floor Coatings Impact Hygienic Design Building Materials
W33 Code and MEP Changes in 9th Edition Massachusetts State Building Code Codes & Regulations
W34 Facility Condition Assessment for Building Performance Energy and Performance
W35 Designing for an Aging Population: New Emergency Departments on Cape Cod Healthcare Facilities
W36 NFPA 285 for Building Enclosures Codes & Regulations
W37 Academic Medical Centers and MEP Planning Case Studies
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
W44 Failures and Best Practices in Medical/Educational Buildings Energy and Performance
W46 Health Friendly Concrete - Durable and Sustainable Sustainability
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