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Building Innovation 2015 Conference Speaker Presentations

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Get access to the PDF version of the PowerPoint presentations delivered at Building Innovation 2015: The National Institute of Building Sciences Third Annual Conference & Expo in January, 2015. The informative presentations focused on different aspects of Creating High-Performing Resilient Communities. The available speaker presentations from the four-day event are listed below. This purchase gives you a downloadable file with access to all of the listed presentations.

Note: If you registered for and/or attended Building Innovation 2015, please email nibs@nibs.org with "Attended Building Innovation 2015" in the subject line from the email address you used when you registered to obtain a discount code for free access to these presentations.

Included Presentations:

Security & Disaster Preparedness Symposium:
Means and Methods for Creating Resilient Communities

Facilities Hazards and Risk Assessment

  • Keith A. Porter, PhD, Research Professor, Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Colorado
  • Brian G. Minnich, AIA, LEED AP, Project Manager/Architect, Rubeling & Associates

Codes and Governance in the Built Environment

  • David Bonneville, Senior Principal and Science/Technology Practice Area Leader, Degenkolb
  • Timothy A. Reinhold, PhD, PE, Senior Vice President, Research and Chief Engineer, Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety
  • Michael Davis, Illinois Institute of Technology

Social Considerations and Economics

  • Adam Rose, Research Professor, Sol Price School of Public Policy and Coordinator for Economics, Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events, University of Southern California
  • Mohammed M. Ettouney, PhD, PE, F.AEI, Principal, Weidlinger Associates, Inc.
  • Philip J. Schneider, AIA, Director, Multihazard Mitigation Council, National Institute of Building Sciences

Community Resilience

  • Stephen A. Cauffman, Lead, Disaster Resilience, Materials and Structural Systems Division, Engineering Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • Roy Wright, Federal Emergency Management Agency
  • Lauren Alexander Augustine, National Academy of Sciences
  • Evan Reis, Co-Founder, U.S. Resiliency Council

Information Resources and Technologies Symposium:
Improving Facilities with the Power of Information

Introduction

  • Dana K. "Deke” Smith, FAIA, Program Director, National Institute of Building Sciences, and Executive Director, buildingSMART alliance

Session 1: Start With the End in Mind: Facility Operations Optimization

  • Session Leader: Burcin Kaplanoglu, PhD, Vice President, Telecom Business Unit, Lend Lease and Adjunct Professor, Northwestern University

Session 2: Resilient Facilities: Information's Role When Disaster Strikes

  • Session Leader: Thomas Gay, Assistant Vice President, Manager Engineering Plan Services, FM Global

Session 3: Construction: The Information Goldmine

  • Session Leader: Jim Becker, Corporate Senior Vice President, Skanska USA Building

Session 4: Vision 2021 - The Challenge

  • Dana K. "Deke” Smith, FAIA, Program Director, National Institute of Building Sciences, and Executive Director, buildingSMART alliance

Session 5: Getting Started on the Right Foot: The First Critical Steps

Session 6: Wrap Up Session

  • Dana K. "Deke” Smith, FAIA, Program Director, National Institute of Building Sciences, and Executive Director, buildingSMART alliance

Industry Leadership and Advocacy Symposium:
Leading the Way to High-Performing Communities


Implementing Technologies and Practices to Achieve High-Performance

  • Optimizing the Healthcare Environment
    Joe Powell, Executive Director, Academy for Healthcare Infrastructure (AHI), National Institute of Building Sciences

  • Opportunities and Challenges in Implementation of Off-Site Construction
    Peter Gluck, Principal, GLUCK+

  • Entering the Information Age: Big Data and IT for the Built Environment
    Matthew Krissel, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Partner, KieranTimberlake

  • Codes and Standards Assure Safety While Recognizing Advancements
    Cindy Davis, Member, National Institute of Building Sciences Board of Directors; Director, State Building Codes Office, Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development

Planning for Sustainability and Resilience

  • Engaging the Workforce
    Stephen Jones, Secretary, National Council of Government on Building Codes and Standards (NCGBCS); Immediate Past-President, International Code Council; Construction Official for Millburn Township/Short Hills and the Borough of Florham Park, New Jersey

  • Inspiring the Next Generation
    Kerry Joels, Board Member, Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) Education Program; President, Total Learning Research Institute

  • Implementing a Life-Cycle Approach
    Scott Cullen, Principal, Hanscomb Consulting

  • Incorporating Finance and Insurance into Decision Making
    William Lashbrook III, Senior Vice President, PNC Real Estate

The Role of Owners in Achieving High-Performance Buildings

  • The Value of a Credentialed Workforce
    Tom Meyer, Director, Certification and Industry Relations, National Environmental Balancing Bureau

  • Optimizing Achievement of Owner Requirements
    George Lea, Engineering and Construction Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

  • Driving to Outcome-Based Performance Facilities
    Ryan Colker, Presidential Advisor, National Institute of Building Sciences

Facility Performance and Sustainability Symposium:
Setting the Foundation for Resilient Communities


Performance, Resilience and Sustainability of Facilities and Communities

  • Get W. Moy, D.SC., PE, LEED AP, PMP, Chair of the High Performance Building Council (HPBC) and Vice President, AECOM
  • Martin Denholm, AIA, LEED AP, BD+C, BSCP, Vice President, SmithGroupJJR
  • Roger Grant, CSI, CDT, Program Director, National Institute of Building Sciences
  • Martin J. Weiland, PE, Office of Design and Construction, U.S. General Services Administration

Connecting Performance with Resilience and Sustainability of Facilities and Communities

Building Envelope Performance for Achieving Facility Resilience and Sustainability

  • Wagdy Anis, FAIA, LEED AP, Principal Consultant, Anis Building Enclosure Consulting

Defining Zero-Energy Buildings to Meet Energy Reduction Goals and Advance Facility Sustainability and Resilience

  • Kevin Kampschroer, Federal Director, Office of Federal High-Performance Green Buildings, and Agency Senior
  • Roger Grant, CSI, CDT, Program Director, National Institute of Building Sciences
  • Phil Davis, Senior Manager, Demand Response Resource Center, Schneider Electric

Measuring and Validating Performance to Achieve Resilience and Sustainability

  • Daniel Lemieux, AIA, Principal and Unit Manager, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
  • Georg Reichard, PhD, Associate Professor, Building Construction, Virginia Tech
  • Wagdy Anis, FAIA, LEED AP, Principal Consultant, Anis Building Enclosure Consulting
  • Mohammed Ettouney, PhD., PE, MBA, F.AEI, Dist.M.ASCE, Principal, Weidlinger Associates, Inc.
  • Mark Sands, President, Performance Building Systems

Plenary Symposium:
Creating High-Performing Resilient Communities


Building Innovation Snapshots
Institute Council and Committee Program Directors

Special Session:
Ten Years after "Mitigation Saves"
An Examination of the Value of Private-Sector Investment in Mitigation


Why the Private Sector Should Engage in Mitigation

  • Neil Blais, President and CEO, Blais & Associates, Chair, Multihazard Mitigation Council
Expanding the "Mitigation Saves" Study to Evaluate the Benefits of Private Sector Investments
  • Ron Eguchi, President and CEO, ImageCat, Inc.

Reformulating Building Codes for Community and Private Sector Resilience

  • Keith Porter, PhD, Research Professor, Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Colorado

Introducing Co-Benefits Resulting from Business Interruption Mitigation

  • Adam Rose, Research Professor, Sol Price School of Public Policy and Coordinator for Economics, Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events, University of Southern California

Private Sector Panel — Motives for Mitigation and Response to the Vision for "Mitigation Saves" Version 2.0

  • Debra Ballen, Institute for Business and Home Safety
  • Molly Latham, President, Association of Contingency Planners in Los Angeles
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