Punit kicks-off the all-day pre-conference training session with Dan Doyle from Grumman/Butkus Associates. The workshop titled, “Sustainable Strategies for Laboratory Planning and Design” introduces strategies for designing and constructions sustainable laboratories, both new and renovated.
He also presents twice during the main conference. The first presentation titled, “Verifying High-Performance In the Laboratory of the Future at Novartis Institutes of Biomedical Research Inc., Cambridge, MA” explores the award-winning project through post-occupancy lessons learned including key performance metrics, building systems design, building performance and evaluation methods.
Punit’s second presentation features a recently completed sustainable academic laboratory building for Webster University. In his presentation, he discusses the challenges and opportunities associated with implementing sustainable solutions in a comprehensive multidisciplinary teaching and research building at Webster University on a constrained site adjacent to another LEED-certified building.
Gregory is presenting a session titled, “Lab Ventilation Rates – An Informed Discussion” where he discusses the factors that influence lab ventilation and, ultimately, provides attendees the ability to make better-informed decisions when making choices around lab ventilation.