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MHA: 7th Annual Hospital Construction Conference

Massachusetts Hospital Association 7th Annual Hospital Construction Conference

Thursday, May 9, 2013
9:00am - 2:30pm
MHA Conference Center at Executive Park
Burlington, MA

Featured Presentations:
Operational and Facility Disaster Resiliency for Hospitals
Panelists: Christine Packard, Deputy Director, Emergency Management Services, Mass. Emergency Management Agency (MEMA)
Peter Cusolito, CEM, CFM, Senior Security and Emergency Preparedness Planner, VHB
Invited: Dept. of Public Health Hospital Preparedness Coordinator, Timothy McDonald and representatives from 2 hospitals

Innovations in Healthcare Construction, including a look at Integrated Project Delivery
Sara P. Bryant, Partner, Murtha Cullina, LLP,
Loring A. Cook, III, Partner, Murtha Cullina, LLP,
Andrew Quirk, RA, FHFI, Senior Vice President & National Director, Healthcare Center of Excellence

Hospitals and healthcare providers have been at the forefront of a movement to challenge the construction industry to deliver projects more efficiently and more timely while providing added value. In the United States, Integrated Project Delivery (IPD), which seeks to align the interests, objectives and practices between the owner, architect and construction manager of a construction project, got its roots in the healthcare industry. In this presentation we will explore what IPD is and whether it is right for your audience’s next project. We will also discuss ways to make a project so-called “IPD Lite” by incorporating and encouraging some IPD principles – collaboration, innovation and transparency – short of entering into the multi-party agreement that is fundamental to a “pure” IPD project. Finally, we will introduce some cutting edge innovations, not limited to IPD projects, which are enabling contractors to provide hospitals with a better product, including Building Information Modeling (BIM), prefabrication and Project Dashboard technology.

Case Study: Baystate Health’s Hospital of the Future Project
Michael F. Moran, V.P., Facilities & Guest Services, Baystate Health

A 640,000 square foot, $296 million project that came in on-time and on budget. Hear more about the exciting innovations in design and patient care that Baystate now offers.

Also planned:
A briefing on the recent changes to the Licensure/Review for Design/Construction of Non-Patient areas

Click here to register, or visit www.mhalink.org for details.

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