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Sustainable Breakfast Series: Wellness & The Built Environment
October 13, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
How can we reimagine our built environment while prioritizing health, equity, and accessibility? Join us for an opportunity to learn about how intentional design and operation of our buildings can impact environmental and social wellbeing. Our panel of local experts from the architecture, engineering, and facility management fields will explore how we can respond to a rapidly changing world by creating a resilient built environment for our community.
How can we create spaces that promote environmental health and employee health? How does our built environment intersect with equity? What will it take to make a healthy building? Tips for how at the office and at home we can enhance the built environment. Join us to reflect on these subjects and more.
Tuesday, October 13, 8AM-10AM
Networking 8:00—8:30 & 9:30—10:00
Moderator: Lana Zoet, Higher Education Studio Leader at Smith Group
“I remind myself constantly of the people who are counting on us,” Lana says of her work on Higher Education projects. “It’s rewarding to create spaces where people feel included, honored and empowered in their drive to learn. Thoughtful design can illuminate the beauty of the human experience.” Read more.
Russell Knudson, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Director of Energy Performance at Strang
As an energy modeling specialist, Russell has applied his counsel to campus central plant systems, high-rise commercial, educational, and entertainment facilities. Read more.
Laura LaMere, Environmental Services Manager at Ho Chunk Gaming Madison
Laura LaMere, Hiinuk MaaXii Ha Je Hu, is a tribal member of the Ho-Chunk Nation and was born and raised in Wisconsin. As one of the leaders of the Ho Chunk Gaming Madison Green Team, she performed a comprehensive audit on services and a waste management system and executed a complete overhaul and established new protocols. Read more.
Bill Fedun, Director Of Facilities at CUNA Mutual Group
As a workplace designer, Bill has worked with many large corporate clients during his career, and his experience in challenging clients to rethink about their work space is integral to his design process and permeates discussions. Read more.
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