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The military dedicate their lives to serve a cause nobler than themselves. Our designs help facilitate their missions, enhance training, and provide respite. Come learn about the winners of the 2020 SAME Design Awards Program—Thayer Hall Whole Building Investigation, Wilford Hall Ambulatory Care Center, and Naval Support Activity Monterey Installation Development Plan—and how those designs supported our military. Also learn how you can participate in the 2022 SAME Design Awards Program.

Learning Objectives:

1) Learn how the designs of the Thayer Hall Whole Building Investigation, the Wilford Hall Ambulatory Care Center project, and the Naval Support Activity Monterey Installation Development Plan fulfill the health, safety and welfare (HSW) mandates for each project.

2) Learn about the sustainability and resilience measures incorporated by the Thayer Hall Whole Building Investigation, the Wilford Hall Ambulatory Care Center project, and the Naval Support Activity Monterey Installation Development Plan.

3) Learn how to incorporate HSW, sustainability, and resilience measures into projects.

4) Understand the balancing act between great design and incorporating HSW, sustainability, and resilience measures.

When: Wed, Oct 27, 2021 · 12:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only): No
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Matt Klucznik is a partner with QPK Architects which specializes in military work. The firm has completed work in government, education, and other markets including significant work for the West Point Military Academy. The firm also offers structural engineering, landscape architecture and geotechnical services.
Webinar hosting presenter Programs SAME
Senior Education & Program Manager
Webinar hosting presenter
Program Director
Ms. Anton has been working in the public and private sector sustainable design and development, urban planning, and policy development since 2009. She is the business development lead and Program Director for the UC’s municipal and civil works planning programs. She has managed or participated in large projects across the United States, Europe, Africa, and Asia from brownfield regeneration plans to nation-wide sustainable growth strategies. Ms. Anton has served as primary and contributing author to numerous master plans, urban design standards, economic development strategies, and environmental policies. Prior to joining The Urban Collaborative, Ms. Anton worked in Gabon on developing and implementing a sustainable growth strategy for Libreville, the capital of Gabon, which won the American Planning Association-International Planning Division’s Achievement Award and later she directed the country-wide program and projects around sustainable development including a master plan for Gabon’s national university’s urban campus. Ms. Anton’s focus is on creating context-based, innovative solutions that advance social, economic, and environmental capital, and generate long-term value through capacity building and participatory planning.

Ms. Anton holds a Masters degree (MSc) in Environmental Policy and Regulation from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a Bachelor of Arts in both International Relations and French from the University of Oregon. She holds a Project Management Certification from the Association for Project Management and is a LEED Accredited Professional for Neighborhood Development (LEED AP ND). Ms. Anton also serves as an Associate Director of the Urban Design Lab at the University of Oregon.
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