Virtual Workshop Hours:
8:30 AM - 2:15 PM Pacfic
11:30 AM - 5:15 PM Eastern
Social Half Hour - 2:15 PM - 2:45PM Pacific
5:15 PM - 5:45 PM Eastern
Prefabrication and modular construction are among the biggest trends in healthcare today, and by the look of their current trajectory, they are here to stay. While there are many advantages to incorporating this type of construction into current and new healthcare design projects, there can be many challenges as well.
This virtual interactive, collaborative, problem-solving workshop is designed to enable project stakeholders (designers, solution providers, facility executives, administrators, and care providers) to explore the key tenets of prefabrication and modular construction, how the benefits of “better, cheaper, faster” are balanced with quality and safety, and how design/build processes and budgets can be reframed from traditional healthcare design/build projects.
Through presentations, case studies and conversations, attendees will gain insight into the latest developments in the field and better understand the advantages and challenges of the prefabrication/modular approach. Attendees also will benefit from interactive exercises with fellow attendees and faculty and can share questions and ideas with the owners, faculty, and solution providers throughout the event.
Affiliate+ (20% off)
Corporate Affiliate Member (15% Discount)
Professional Affiliates (10% Discount)
Student & Individual Affiliates (5% Discount)
Groups greater than 5 - contact Natalie at email@example.com for discounted rate.
Welcome Opening Remarks & Introductions
Thomas Jung, M.Arch
Member, Board of Directors
The Center for Health Design
Opening Keynote Presentation
Hear about the current state-of-the practice in prefabrication and modular construction in the healthcare industry from a leading expert.
Panel of Experts:
Hear real world examples about what is currently working in the field, what opportunities exist, and how design of the built environment using specific approaches can address them.
Mike LaMont, PE, SE, MBA
BEN Emeritus, BEN Liaison for the National Academy of Medicine
Executive Director, Design & Construction Management COE
Mike Doiel, AIA, RA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C
Senior Vice President & Director of Alternate Delivery and Strategic Pursuits
Damian Huneycutt, AIA
Healthcare Client Leader
You have identified that your project wants to look at opportunities to utilize prefabrication. However, it takes significant change to traditional design and construction approaches and the buy-in of many people to make prefab a reality. Let's talk through the key drivers to setting up a successful prefabrication project.
Prefabrication Integration Director
JE Dunn Construction
Examine several case studies that utilize scalable prefabrication solutions to mitigate risk and substantially impact a health organization’s bottom line.
Deb Sheehan, DBIA, ACHE, LEED AP, EDAC
Healthcare Market Strategy Leader
National Prefabrication Director
With their diverse experience and depth of technical knowledge, today’s leading partners and solution providers can help organizations avoid challenges and implement state-of-the-art solutions through prefab, industrial construction, and design. Join us as our panel shares their unique insights, lessons learned, and innovative practices being applied to advance the built environment in healthcare settings.
Randal Brand, RA, MBA
Healthcare Facility Strategy Consultant
Executive Vice President, Performance and Innovation Resources
The Boldt Company
President & Owner
Presentation — Leveraging Prefabrication to Achieve Project Design Goals
A convergence of technology, manufacturing, modular design and prefabrication is rendering creative solutions in the next frontier of healthcare facility deployment. However, utilizing prefabrication successfully is not a one size fits all solution and requires a thoughtful design process to meet the goals of the project.
Keith Fine, AIA
Presentation — Creating Community Focused Care Centers for LA’s Homeless Population
ModularDesign+ was founded on the belief that great design and a cost efficient fabrication solution should not be mutually exclusive. Hear about their journey in bringing the LAC/USC project to market for the homeless community to generate greater cost certainty, higher quality finished products, and a faster construction schedule.
Executive Vice President
Bobby Vance, AIA
Director of Design
Concluding Panel Discussion
Join Us for Social Time!