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Thursday, May 2 • 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Why the Occupant Experience Matters: The Quantified Financial Benefits of Healthy, High Performance Buildings

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This Listen + Learn session will begin with a compelling look at the state of healthy buildings and how occupiers are poised to lead the widespread adoption of healthy real estate. This foundation will be followed by a dive into HPB research trends in three key areas: productivity, retention, and health. Real world case studies shared by stok and IMT will then support the research findings and provide a snapshot of occupant-derived financial benefits in practice. This HPB project experience includes the LBC Petal Certified NRDC San Francisco office and LBC Net Zero Energy Building Certified DPR Construction San Francisco office, as well as some of the world’s most cutting-edge tech campuses, including Millenia in Chula Vista, CA, which is targeting both LEED v4 Platinum and WELL Gold. These health-centric case studies will provide a foundation of high performance design knowledge and enhanced asset value creation, showing the research analysis in action.

As a leader of the research analysis, stok’s Jeremy Attema will share his firsthand experience deriving and evaluating the monetary value of occupant benefits in high performance office spaces. As a presenter he will lay a foundation, present the research analysis, and analyze and adapt it to the audience’s needs.

Audi Banny of the Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) will share the tenant perspective, providing market research and trends in HPBs and the undeniable shift from energy efficient real estate to incorporate healthy, human-centric design. As a presenter she will provide the sustainable tenant perspective with a focus on energy efficiency and discuss approaches IMT is taking to establish healthy building strategies as critical components of any regenerative building design.

This session is approved for the following continuing education credits:
  • 1.25 LFA credits
  • 1.25 AIA LU credits

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Jeremy Attema

Financial Analysis and Strategy, Stok
Jeremy uses in-depth financial analysis to demonstrate a business case for sustainable and energy efficient strategies on individual projects and across real estate portfolios. Utilizing stok’s Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) and Sustainability Financial Impact Analysis (SFIA) tools... Read More →
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Audi Banny

Associate Director for Market Engagement, Institute for Market Transformation
Audi Banny is the Associate Director for Market Engagement. As such, she leads IMT's work with national landlords and tenants, developing new programs such as the Landlord-Tenant Energy Partnership and continuing existing projects that help tenants, government agencies, property owners... Read More →

Thursday May 2, 2019 3:45pm - 5:00pm PDT
Hyatt Regency - Clearwater Room #702