Join KZF Design and PEDCO on Thursday, October 5, 2017 as we hear from industry leaders on the advantages of high performing buildings.
We are very excited to be a sponsor of High Performance Buildings Seminar, which addresses what really works when tackling major improvements in energy efficiency. This year’s focus is wellness and healthy buildings. Earn 6 AIA/GBCI/PDH Credits!
Make sure you check out our Breakout Session, Healthy Role Model: the American Modern Insurance Group Campus at 10:45 pm in Room 202.
Healthy buildings are more than just sustainable facilities with recycling stations, low VOC materials and ENERGY STAR® certification. They are complex structures that must support a thriving work force and exemplify the values the company places on its employees, customers and the environment. Healthy buildings also impact the physical and neurological wellbeing and productivity of the individual and teams they support. As one of Cincinnati’s Top Workplaces, AMIG and their design partner, KZF Design, will share strategies being implemented on the 514,000 SF AMIG Campus.
- Key factors of the relationship between people and buildings.
- Discuss specific strategies, their benefits and challenges.
- Sitting is the New Smoking and other hot trends.
- Evolving role of technology.
The Cincinnati Business Courier recently featured the American Modern renovation: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2017/09/29/greater-cincinnati-insurer-finishes-first-phase-of.html
“The project was designed with sustainability and employee wellness in mind. The upgrades include sit-to-stand workstations, circadian lighting and a variety of support areas that include an outdoor patio and a designated area for employees to focus on career development and academic advancement. The newly designed space also provides a combination of communal and private spaces for employees.”
Anthony Spence, Head of Corporate Facilities, American Modern Insurance Group
Mary Kate Genis, Workplace Strategist & Project Designer, KZF Design
Have you registered yet? Visit http://www.2017hpbseminar.eventbrite.com to register now!