Covid-19 Update

11/4/2019 2:00 – 4:00 PM





Session Description

Every year, members of the Built Environment Network (BEN) travel across the country to learn about innovative solutions and best practices in the industry. With an ongoing focus on improving efficiency, productivity, and quality in healthcare design and construction, owners are shifting their paradigm and looking for new solutions. Come and learn how they are moving to simulated and modular design and use of more prefabricated products and components during construction. New ways to breakdown silos and the need to make collaborative design decisions earlier in the process, along with the increased use of technology will be necessary to enable this change within the industry. Attend this session to gain their perspective and how they plan to implement these changes within their own organizations. Come with your questions and engage in a dialogue during this interactive session.    

This session is presented by The Center for Health Design Built Environment Network

  • Steve Carbery, BE, MBA, Vice President Facilities,, Design, Construction & Real Estate, Yale New Haven Health System
  • Mike LaMont, PE, SE, MBA, Vice President, Facilities Management, Rush University Medical Center
  • Don Orndoff, Senior Vice President, Kaiser Permanente National Facility Services
  • Walter Jones, AIA, LEED, EDAC, Senior Vice President, Campus Transformation, MetroHealth System
  • Nathanael Price, CAPT, CECK USN, Chief, Facilities Enterprise, Defense Health Agency
  • Will Lichtig, Executive Vice President, Performance and Innovation Resources, Boldt
  • Walt Vernon, PE, LEED AP, EDAC, FASHE, CEO, Mazzetti
  • Doug Erickson, FASHE, CHFM, HFDP, CHC, CEO, Facility Guidelines Institute