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Fall 2020 Architecture for Health Visiting Lecture Series

Surge Capacity Speakers Program

 

Date Presentation
August 21 Introduction to Lecture Series and Center for Health Systems & Design (CHSD) Faculty
August 28 The Case for Clean Air - Long Term Architectural Implications
September 4 Construction / Design / Engineering Firms working Turn an operating Penitentiary into a full COVID-19 hospital in a matter of weeks.
September 11 Guidelines & Standards for "SURGE" Health & Hospital Facilities
September 18 "SURGE" Spaces: The Epidemiology of Refugee Distress and Architectural Implications for Spaces Designated for Healthcare
September 25 "Alternative Care Facilities" for the United States Army Corps of Engineers Emergency Response to COVID-19, where ordinary people selflessly sacrificed to provide extrodinary services in a stressful 24/7 environment
October 2 How to plan for disasters before beginning the process of designing responses. Emergency response for natural and/or manmade disasters is a broad subject
October 9 SURGE Hospitals: Bed Maximization Study for Yale New Haven Health System and COVID-19 Surge Solutions Task Force of HAIO (Healthcare Associated Infections Organization)
October 16 Designing for Surge: Taikang Ningbo Hospital Fever Clinic
October 23 Through Their Eyes: Facility Challanges and Opportunities from the User's Perspective
October 30 COVID 19, Health Care, and the Disadvantaged Citizens
November 6 COVID 19 Surge and Disaster Preparedness Delivered in Four Unique Ways
November 13 The Story of the Conversion of the Integris Baptist Medical Center, Portland Campus Conversion for a COVID 19 SURGE Facility, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
November 20 Beyond Pandemic Planning

 

Introduction to Lecture Series and Center for Health Systems and Design (CHSD) Faculty

Friday, August 21 | 1:35 p.m.



The Case for Clean Air - Long Term Architectural Implications

Friday, August 28 | 1:35 p.m.

 

Dr. P.K. Carlton, M.D., FACS
Lt. General USAF (Ret)
Former Surgeon General of the USAF
Managing Member
PKConcepts, LLP

 

Allan R. Parr, AIA, LEED AP
Chief Executive Partner 
REES 
Oklahoma City, Dallas, Houston, Mexico City 
www.rees.com 

 


Construction / Design / Engineering Firms working Turn an operating Penitentiary into a full COVID-19 hospital in a matter of weeks.

Friday, September 4 | 1:35 p.m.

 

Patrick C. Suermann, Ph.D., P.E., LEED AP

Department Head, Department of Construction Science
Associate Professor
Charles Dewey McMullan Chair in Construction Science
Texas A&M University

 

Hernan Guerra Santos
Industry Relations Coordinators Lecturer

 

Terry Edmondson
Project Executive
Baltimore, MD
Clark Construction Group, LLC
www.clarkconstruction.com

 

Mark Corwin
Vice President
Bethesda, MD
Clark Construction Group, LLC
www.clarkconstruction.com

 


Guidelines & Standards for "SURGE" Health & Hospital Facilities

Friday, September 11 | 1:35 p.m.

 

Jeffrey E. Henne, CHC, CHSP, CHEP, CHFSM, FASHE

Safety & Emergency Manager,
Penn Medicine, Philadelphia
www.pennmedicine.org

President ASHE
ASHE- American Society for Healthcare Engineering
AHA – American Hospital Association
Chicago, Illinois
www.ashe.org


"SURGE" Spaces: The Epidemiology of Refugee Distress and Architectural Implications for Spaces Designated for Healthcare

Friday, September 18 | 1:35 p.m.

 

Dr. Dale Moshe Sumbureru, M.D., DrPH

Salutogenics, Inc.
New York, N.Y.
drdale@salutogenics.com 


"Alternative Care Facilities" for the United States Army Corps of Engineers Emergency Response to COVID-19, where ordinary people selflessly sacrificed to provide extrodinary services in a stressful 24/7 environment

Friday, September 25 | 1:35 p.m.

Jim Whitaker, FAIA, FDBIA, NCARB

Director of Government & Alternative Project Delivery
HKS, Inc.
Dallas, Texas
www.HKSinc.com

Convention Center, Novi, Michigan; Hagerstown Correctional Facility, Hagerstown, Md; Integris Baptist Medical Center, Portland Campus, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; OSU Medical Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Oklahoma Memorial Hospital of Texas County, Guymon, Oklahoma 

 


How to plan for disasters before beginning the process of designing responses. Emergency response for natural and/or manmade disasters is a broad subject.

Friday, October 2 | 1:35 p.m.

Michael R. Cook

Partner
The Innova Group LLC,
Austin,Texas
www.theinnovagroup.com

Various—U.S. Army, Yale, Northern Light, Santa Clara County Name and location of project—Beyond Beds, Planning for Pandemics. We have provided this service at a variety of sites. Name of clients—Various: U.S. Army, Yale, Northern Light, Santa Clara County


SURGE Hospitals: Bed Maximization Study for Yale New Haven Health System and COVID-19 Surge Solutions Task Force of HAIO (Healthcare Associated Infections Organization)

Friday, October 9 | 1:35 p.m.

 

Cathleen Lang, AIA, LEED AP
Shepley Bulfinch Architects
Boston, Hartford, Pheonix, Houston
www.shepleybulfinch.com

 

Scott Mueller, AIA, ACHA
Shepley Bulfinch Architects
Boston, Hartford, Pheonix, Houston
www.shepleybulfinch.com

 

Gerard Georges, AIA, NOMA
Shepley Bulfinch Architects
Boston, Hartford, Pheonix, Houston
www.shepleybulfinch.com

 

James Labrie, LEED AP BD+C
Senior Construction Manager
Turner Construction
jlabrie@tcco.com


Designing for Surge: Taikang Ningbo Hospital Fever Clinic

Friday, October 16 | 1:35 p.m.

 

Kevin Kim, AIA
Senior Vice President
Gresham Smith, Architects
Nashville, Tennessee
www.greshamsmith.com

 

Tan Zheng, AIA
Senior Architect
Gresham Smith, Architects
Nashville, Tennessee
www.greshamsmith.com


Through Their Eyes: Facility Challanges and Opportunities from the User's Perspective

Friday, October 23 | 1:35 p.m.

 

Dan Thomas, AIA, ACHA, NCARB, EDAC
Vice President, Healthcare Director
CallisonRTKL
Dallas, Texas
www.callisonrtkl.com

 

Dr. Velma Jackson, DSL, PMP, CPHIMS, LEAN GB, LEED GREEN
Associate Vice President
CallisonRTKL
Dallas, Texas
www.callisonrtkl.com

 

Patrick M. Casey, AIA, ACHE
Vice President, Facilities Operations and Planning
University of Miami Health System
Miami, Florida
www.umiamihealth.org

 


COVID 19, Health Care, and the Disadvantaged Citizens

Friday, October 30 | 1:35 p.m.

 

Mr. William Raymond Manning, FAIA, LEED AP, BD+C
CEO | President
Manning Architects
Architecture/Interiors/Planning
New Orleans, LA
https://manningarchitects.com

 


COVID 19 Surge and Disaster Preparedness Delivered in Four Unique Ways

Friday, November 6 | 1:35 p.m.

Jean Mah, Panel Moderator
Global Healthcare Practice Leader Healthcare Planning Principal 
Perkins & Will, Los Angeles 
www.perkinswill.com

 

Jerry Johnson, Design Principal
Rush University Medical Center, Chicago
www.rush.edu

Chisako Fukase
Medical Planner
MetroSouth Alternate Care Facility

 

Javid Aboutorabi
Business Development Manager
Clark Construction Group
Chicago, IL

 

Jenny Riddle-Curley
Project Manager
Sherman Hospital Alternate Care Facility

 

Elizabeth Rack
Healthcare Planning Principal
Chicago

 

 

Chuck Siconolfi
Principal, New York
Greater New York Hospital Association (GE Training Campus)
www.gnyha.org

 

Brad Hinthorne
Principal
Swedish Health Systems
Seattle, WA
www.swedish.org

 


The Story of the Conversion of the Integris Baptist Medical Center, Portland Campus Conversion for a COVID 19 SURGE Facility, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Friday, November 13 | 1:35 p.m.

 

 

Brent Willson, AIA, FHFI
Director of Federal Health
HKS, Inc.
Dallas, Texas
www.HKSinc.com

 

Mike Purcell
Project Director
Manhattan Construction Co.
Dallas, Texas
www.manhattanconstructiongroup.com

 


Beyond Pandemic Planning

Friday, November 20 | 1:35 p.m.

 

Crandle Davis
Health Principal
HDR
Dallas, Texas
www.HDRinc.com

 

Betsy Berg
Strategic Healthcare Consultant
HDR
Dallas, Texas
www.HDRinc.com