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Risk Assessment in the Contagion Era

August 11, 2020 at 11:00:00 AM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

A safe return to scientific and technical work must center on the question of risk. Assessing relative levels of risk has been a longstanding center of excellence within design, construction, and operations—think of the intimate relationship between model building codes, jobsite safety, and best practices and protocols during building commissioning as it approaches the standard of occupancy. Because of this, design that begins with detailed physical assessment and the mitigation of deficiencies is in many respects adjunct to the broader epidemiological inquiry into the propagation of COVID-19 in the human population. How can building owners, scientific practice leaders, and operations experts leverage existing professional practice principles in assessing how to use their resources wisely, and to continue their work safely and sustainably?

Lab Manager is an AIA Continuing Education Provider. This webinar has been approved by the AIA for 1 LU/HSW

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Who can view: People who attended or registered for the webinar only
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Principal, Flad Architects
Providing design leadership, Ben de Rubertis offers over 25 years of nationally recognized experience in academic and corporate research facility design. His completed projects are a true reflection of the clients he serves. Having worked as a designer, team leader, project manager, master planner, teacher, artist, and volunteer, Ben’s thoughtful approach to combining architecture’s many complex and overlapping interests has earned him the trust and recognition of his clients and peers.
Webinar hosting presenter
Associate Principal, Planner, Flad Architects
Chad Zuberbuhler, Assoc. AIA, has worked with project teams to develop facility design and programmatic solutions to meet the needs of clients' business and research objectives. Chad’s focus is on the initial programming phase through construction documentation and certification of the final built environment. His responsibilities include the initial planning and programming to develop adjacency diagrams, detailed room design, process flows, and floor plan layouts of laboratories, vivariums, and mechanically intensive support areas for a variety of research typologies including high containment infectious disease research, toxicology, diagnostic testing, and vaccine development cleanrooms.