2016 PDC Summit

1158 - Parkland Hospital: New Dynamics of High Performance Buildings

Mar 21, 2016 9:45am ‐ Mar 21, 2016 10:45am


Description

Parkland Hospital in Dallas was created to be a sustainable, efficient, and patient-centric facility. This session examines the application of five principles within an integrative and collaborative design process known as whole building design: conduct life cycle planning, focus on the occupant, enable device connectivity, embrace IT and open systems, and harvest system data. Applying these principles helped Parkland meet its vision of creating a high performing facility. The project was completed on time and on budget, and Parkland was also recently certified as LEED Gold.

Speaker(s):

  • Jerry Nickerson, Vice President Engineering & Program Controls New Parkland Hospital and Interium Vice President Facilities & Development for Parkland Hosptial System, Parkland Hospital and Health System
  • Bill Dean, CEO, M.C. Dean, Inc.
  • Pete Horton, Vice President, Market Development, Legrand Building Control Systems

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