Materials Transparency in the Built Environment

Continuing Education Credits

GBCI:
Approved for 1.5
AIA CES:
Approved for 1.5
Event Prices: 
Non-Member
$15
Member
$10
EP Member
$5
Sponsor Member
Free Admission
Leadership Level Member
Free Admission

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There is a growing interest in understanding more about the materials that go into the spaces that we occupy—where did the materials come from? Where do they go when they are no longer needed? How do these materials affect our natural resources? How do these materials affect human health?

By looking at a product's entire lifecycle, we can find new opportunities to reduce environmental impacts, conserve resources and reduce costs.

This event will take a deeper look into some of the green building rating systems that are leading the charge on materials transparency, including LEED v4, WELL and Living Building Challenge. In addition to sharing the benefits and complications with rating system requirements, the speakers will also discuss relevant industry trends.

speakers
Janna Wandzilak, WELL Faculty, LEED AP
Director, Delos

As a Director on the Delos Solutions Team, Janna Wandzilak advises project teams in implementing healthy design, operations and policies in buildings and spaces. She also plays a role in educating the industry via webinars, workshops and conference engagements. Additionally, as the Delos Materials Specialist, Wandzilak draws upon her knowledge of healthy and sustainable materials/products to offer clients the best solutions for healthy products when designing and constructing their buildings. She leveraged this expertise to project manage the recently completed Delos HQ, which is WELL Platinum and in pursuit of LEED and Living Building Challenge Petal Certifications.

Annie Bevan, ISSP-SA, LEED GA
Sustainability Projects Manager, Superior Essex

Annie Bevan is a sustainability professional who works with organizations to develop processes, procedures and standards to analyze and certify various sustainability claims within products, supply chains, buildings and manufacturing operations. Most recently, she joined the Superior Essex team as their Sustainability Manager, working to collaborate and accelerate their market leading sustainability platform through supply chain engagement with both customers and suppliers. She sits as a technical advisor to the US Green Building Council's Materials and Resources TAG, the International Living Future Institute (ILFI), my green lab, the Department of Defense, the General Services Administration, Clean Productions Action and the GreenScreen Program, the Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council, the ASTM E 60 Committee and the Collaborative for High Performing Schools.

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