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)  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 7, 2015
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
T11 Improved Project Outcomes through Innovation and Collaboration Case Studies LU/HSW
T12 Code Requirements for Existing Buildings Codes LU/HSW
T13 Quiet Central Energy Plants Acoustics LU/HSW
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/HSW
T16 Speech Privacy and Sound Masking in Modern Healthcare Acoustics LU/HSW
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/HSW
T23 Reduce Project Durations and Increase Profits Through Collaboration BIM and Technology LU
T24 Planning a Clinical Lab (Part 1): Form Follows Flow Medical Design LU/HSW
T25 NFPA 285 - Assembly Test of Exterior Walls with Combustible Components Building Enclosures LU/HSW
T26 Acoustics and Vibration Concerns and Solutions from Design through Construction Acoustics LU/HSW
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/HSW
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 - Interactive Session Medical Design LU/HSW
T35 Green Roofs and Plaza Decks Building Enclosures LU/HSW
T36 Multi-functional Simulation Spaces at Boston Children's Hospital Medical Design LU/HSW
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
T41 Beyond Code - How Program Administrators Support Energy Savings for High Performance New Construction Energy and Performance LU/HSW
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/HSW
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/HSW
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/HSW
W13 .Zero Net Energy Buildings in Massachusetts Energy and Performance LU/HSW
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
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
W21 Developing Facilities Guidelines and Construction Standards Educational Facilities LU/HSW
W22 The Design-Assist Advantage in Healthcare Medical Design LU/HSW
W23 Adaptive Reuse and Ambulatory Surgery Center Design Medical Design LU/HSW
W24 Case of the Mysterious Leak Building Enclosures LU/HSW
W25 The Rise & Fall of Moisture-Related Flooring Problems Building Materials LU/HSW
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/HSW
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/HSW
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/HSW
W42 Lighting and Human Health Lighting LU/HSW
W43 Integrating a High End Simulation Center into Corporate Culture Building Materials LU/HSW
W44 3-D Scanning for Facility Reconstruction BIM and Technology LU/HSW
W45 Global Med-Ed Engineering - "You're not in Kansas Anymore" Energy and Performance LU/HSW
W46 Philanthropy, Farming, Health and Education Educational Facilities LU/HSW
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