Green Buildings & the Effect on Human Health

March 13, 2013 in Engagement, News

From the Northeast Ohio Chapter of the US Green Building Council….

Healthcare is an ever-evolving industry; from the tools and technology that specialists, doctors and nurses rely on and the role of hospital design in providing comfort and care, to the sustainable building practices that reduce facility costs. Keeping informed of these trends is now more important than ever as 2013 brings more changes to health care and hospitals.

The NEOGBC is conducting a ┬ápanel discussion led by Skanska’s Elizabeth Heider, immediate past chair of the U.S. Green Building Council as we explore green building and human health trends.

Additional panelists include: Monica Green, principal of Westlake Reed Leskosky, Matthew Pietro, sustainability specialist of University Hospitals Health System, Chris Parkinson, interim director of Cleveland Clinic’s Office for a Healthy Environment and Andrew Quirk, senior vice president / national director of Skanska’s Healthcare Center of Excellence.

Date: Tuesday, March 19th
Time: 7:30am breakfast / networking, 8:00 – 9:30 panel discussion / Q&A
Location: CWRU Ford Auditorium in Allen Memorial Medical Library 11000 Euclid Avenue in Cleveland 44106
Cost: $10 students / $20 Chapter Members and CWRU Employees / $30 Non- Members

Register at http://www.eventbrite.com/event/5725214270#

 

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