Webinar: Carbon/Energy Roadmaps for Healthcare Organizations

When:  Aug 21, 2018 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (ET)
Earn 1.0 AIA LU/HSW | Tuesday, August 21, 2018 | 2–3pm EDT


This session will present a framework for developing a carbon/energy roadmap with a discussion of the considerations and approaches that should be incorporated. Understanding that many organizations master plans are continuously changing and being updated, an effective roadmap should be developed that is flexible and can be dynamically modified to align with those changes. A case study will be presented of an energy/carbon roadmap for UC Davis Medical Center that was developed to help the organization create strategies to meet the UC systems’ carbon neutrality initiative of carbon neutrality by 2025. UC Davis Medical Center has taken a leadership position in the system in being proactive in addressing this imperative by evaluating how they can achieve the stated goals in a methodical and logical approach.

Learning objectives

After participating in this webinar attendees will be equipped to:

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  1. Understand the key components of an energy/carbon roadmap
  2. Discuss the benefits and tradeoffs of the strategies and options for addressing energy/carbon reduction
  3. Understand the importance and value of data visualization and interactivity of a carbon/energy roadmap
  4. Discuss how an energy/carbon roadmap can be most effectively communicated, socialized, and implemented across an organization

Ideal audience

The ideal target audience for this session would be architects and engineers involved in master planning efforts and sustainability strategy development projects for healthcare organizations. Individuals with a specific focus on sustainability and energy would be most suited to attend this session.

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Case study



Stacy Robben, FSMPS, LEED AP, BD+C

Stacy is Vice President of Business Development, National Healthcare with The Boldt Company. Recognized as a Fellow by the Society of Marketing Professional Services, she has been in the business of building relationships in the design and construction industry for 25 years.



Breeze Glazer, BArch, MArch, LEED AP

Breeze is the founding partner of G+, a new high-performance design consultancy. For the past decade, he worked at Perkins+Will in positions including the Sustainable Design Leader for New York and the firm-wide Sustainable Healthcare Leader. In these roles, he helped determine and steer the sustainability goals for the firm, in addition to projects like the recently completed LEED Platinum Stanford Packard Children's Hospital.


Arash Guity, PE, CEM, LEED AP

Arash is the Chief Energy Engineer for Mazzetti. He is an accomplished subject matter expert in the realm of sustainable hospital design and research. His work focuses mainly on sustainability consulting, directing research, and designing high-performance facilities for healthcare and institutional facilities. He has more than 15 years of experience and his areas of expertise are: strategic energy & sustainability planning, healthcare ventilation research, securing funding for energy and renewable projects via rebates and incentives and financing.

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