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2015 PDC Summit

786 - Building Systems of Tomorrow Today

Mar 18, 2015 9:40am ‐ Mar 18, 2015 10:40am

Members: $15.00
Standard: $30.00


New codes, standards, and green building rating systems continue to raise the bar for performance, specifically as it relates to energy. This is resulting in complicated building systems design employing complex operational strategies. UF Health is successfully translating high-performance design into high-performance operations by embracing intelligent building strategies. The key to success was developing these strategies as part of the building design process to ensure the best value.

This session will enable attendees to:

  • Identify the systems of tomorrow being designed today and the tools that allow you to take the leap.
  • Master the Intelligent Operations Concept of being predictive as opposed to reactive and make the business case for its implementation at your institution.
  • Discover how the convergence of otherwise disparate systems can save significant operations costs, allowing greater investment in health care programs. 
  • Explain the operational challenges that facilities face with respect to staffing levels and skill sets.


  • Sanjyot Bhusari, PE, CEM, LEED AP, Principal/Intelligent Buildings Practice Leader, Affiliated Engineers
  • Mark Dykes, Project Manager of Energy Utilization, University of Florida Health
  • Paul Erickson, Sustainable Practice Leader, Affiliated Engineers, Inc
  • Khris House, Director of Business Development, Affiliated Engineers, Inc.

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