A VIRTUAL ONLINE WORKSHOP
8:30 AM - 2:15 PM PT
11:30 AM - 5:15 PM ET
2:20 PM - 2:50 PM PT
5:20 PM - 5:50 PM ET
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 get the opportunity to share questions and ideas with the owners, faculty, and solution providers throughout the event.
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Welcome Opening Remarks & Introductions
Thomas Jung, M.Arch
Member, Board of Directors
The Center for Health Design
Opening Keynote Presentation
“One death too many” was what the Indigenous Pact team heard during the collaborative meeting. Their goal was to build medical-assisted treatment clinics to get help to those struggling with opioid addiction. Hear how through innovative “productization” utilizing modular design, they were able to move this idea forward to achieve positive human and project outcomes.
Healing Spaces Specialist
Indigenous Pact PBC, Inc.
Panel of Experts
Attendees will hear first-hand experiences from representatives of acclaimed health systems as they share insights into the latest developments in the field. Panelists will also share examples of what is currently working in the field, what opportunities exist and how design of the built environment using this approach can address them.
Barry S. Rabner
The Center for Health Design
Nora C. Colman, MD
Critical Care Medicine Physician, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics-Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine
Roger C. McClean
Director, Design + Construction, Facilities Management
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Sr. Director, Real Estate & Capital Planning
Boston Medical Center
Audience Q&A with Panel of Experts
Presentation – A Comparison of DFMA and Other Prefabrication Concepts
Many think of modular construction, prefabrication, and Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DfMA) as monolithic concepts, however they are each different in execution and how they benefit a project. We will discuss how each impact a project in its design process, supply chain, construction timeline, and scalability.
Design & Construction Director/Principal Health Sector
Presentation – Ambulatory Care Centers: Community Input and a Modular Approach
Panel – Solution Providers and Partners
With their diverse experience, depth of technical knowledge and practical application, today’s leading partners and solution providers can help organizations avoid challenges, implement state-of-the-art solutions and gain competitive advantages available through prefab, industrial construction and design. Join us as they share their unique insights and innovative practices being applied to advance the built environment.
Chief of Staff, Executive Vice President
The Boldt Company
Mark III Construction
Andrea V. Hyde, AAHID, NCIDQ, MDCID
International Health & Science Facility Design & Planning Consultant
Case Study – The Montage Health Ohana Center
Hear about the current state-of-the-practice that seeks to amplify positive behavioral health outcomes for young people through connections with nature, and the role pre-fabricated modularity played in minimizing impact on the site.
Senior Associate, Project Manager
Hear international perspectives from various countries and the World Health Organization initiatives.
Associate Project Manager
Steve Carr, ACHE, AIA, NCARB
Principal, Lead Design Architect, Health Studio Thought Leader
Willy Schlein, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Associate Principal, Healthcare Practice Leader
Concluding Panel Discussion
Join workshop panel speakers as they identify overall themes, key concepts, and next steps with a final Q&A.
Wrap up the day with workshop facilitators who will share their observations and projections toward a path forward.
Join fellow workshop attendees and presenters for a fun and interactive networking event. Meet friends old and new from around the world!