WELL Building Standard Seminar
Join Us for Our June Third Thursday Lunch and Learn - Understanding the WELL Building StandardTIME & DATE:Thursday July 20th, 2017 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM LOCATION: NextEnergy461 Burroughs StreetDetroit, MI 48202On-site parking and a healthy salad is included with your registration. Lunch and Networking from 11:30 Noon - Presentation w/ Q&A from Noon - 2pm This presentation provides an overview of the WELL Building Standard, highlighting the benefits of integrating human health and well-being in building design, construction and operations. It also outlines the process to achieve WELL Certification and provides information to help illustrate the seven concepts. In addition to this, we will discuss the market for WELL Certification, the process of going through certification, and we will review examples of certified projects. Learning Objectives Understand the history and development of the WELL Building Rating System Learn about the core concepts of the WELL Building Standard and how it is administered Discuss the current market that is driving standards for wellness Identify resources and tools to assist with the WELL certification process and learning how to become a WELL Accredited Professional PRESENTERS Andrea Terrien Operations Manager, WELL AP, LEED Green Associate, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Mossa Certified Group Exercise Instructor Andrea is the Operations Manager at Catalyst Partners. She has been working in the green building industry for over seven years. She has experience managing finance, accounting, building operations, events and the community office garden. She is currently working on Michigan’s first registered WELL project. She has assisted on the LEED Certification and documentation of various projects. Andrea also has four years of experience working in the health and wellness field, including teaching group fitness classes, one-on-one health coaching and creating wellness opportunities for employees at Catalyst Partners. Andrea is a member of the Active Commute Week Committee with the Greater Grand Rapids Bicycle Coalition as well as the Bicycle Safety Education Committee with the City of Grand Rapids. She co-leads weekly group bike rides for organizations on the west side of Grand Rapids. Mike Workman Project Coordinator, WELL AP, LEED Green Associate Mike is the LEED Project Coordinator for Catalyst Partners. His varied business background, effective communication skills and attention to detail have been valuable components to the effectiveness with which he performs his job. He has a working knowledge of the LEED certification review process and has participated in on-site indoor air quality tests. Mike has made health and wellness a focus throughout his life, and he maintains an active lifestyle during the year cycling or walking to work.