Event: HGA to Present at the Healthcare Facilities Symposium on September 20, 2016

08.30.16

When: Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. ET

Where: Orlando, FL

Details: HGA experts Krista M. Biason, PE, Associate Vice President; Jeff Harris PE, LEED AP, National Director of Mechanical Engineering; and Leigh Harrison PE, LEED AP, Principal and the National Director of Electrical Engineering to present at the 29th Annual Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo in a session titled, “Healthcare Engineering Design – It’s Not Just About Opening the Book”.

Learning Objectives:

1: Define what constitutes a “Healthcare facility” and how that designation impacts design.
2: Explain the codes and standards that are unique to healthcare design and how they apply to different types of facilities.
3: Share examples of the most common engineering design deficiencies observed in healthcare facilities.
4: Provide strategies for addressing existing non-compliant engineering building systems installations.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
1: Define what constitutes a “Healthcare facility” and how that designation impacts design.
2: Explain the codes and standards that are unique to healthcare design and how they apply to different types of facilities.
3: Share examples of the most common engineering design deficiencies observed in healthcare facilities.
4: Provide strategies for addressing existing non-compliant engineering building systems installations. - See more at: http://www.hcarefacilities.com/sessions_detail.asp?id=4089&reqEvent=0#sthash.apugeWLc.dpuf
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
1: Define what constitutes a “Healthcare facility” and how that designation impacts design.
2: Explain the codes and standards that are unique to healthcare design and how they apply to different types of facilities.
3: Share examples of the most common engineering design deficiencies observed in healthcare facilities.
4: Provide strategies for addressing existing non-compliant engineering building systems installations. - See more at: http://www.hcarefacilities.com/sessions_detail.asp?id=4089&reqEvent=0#sthash.apugeWLc.dpuf
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
1: Define what constitutes a “Healthcare facility” and how that designation impacts design.
2: Explain the codes and standards that are unique to healthcare design and how they apply to different types of facilities.
3: Share examples of the most common engineering design deficiencies observed in healthcare facilities.
4: Provide strategies for addressing existing non-compliant engineering buildin