May 18, 2016 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Even in the best workspaces, there are opportunities to get feedback and make improvements. To date, Livable Analytics at the Center for the Built Environment has conducted occupant surveys in over 1,000 buildings to understand people’s perceptions and behaviors in buildings. But how can this feedback be used and applied in practice? In this webinar past users of the Livable Analytics toolkit explain how they successfully applied occupant insights to improve the design and operation of buildings.

The Center for the Built Environment and Livable Analytics hosted the Webinar Series on Workplace Performance, Design, and Evaluation: a free seminar/webinar series exploring the perspectives of building occupants, and presenting tools and strategies to create and support successful workplaces. This event was the first of the webinar series, and was hosted on May 18, 2016.

Speakers and Presentations

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    Tim McGinn, PEng., LEED AP

    Principal, DIALOG

    Presentation: School POE's: A Basis to Compare and Improve

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    Mark Perepelitza, LEED AP

    Director of Sustainability and Technical Design, SERA

    Presentation: Creating Spaces that Work

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    Carl von Rueden

    Designer, EHDD

    Presentation: Rueden Presentation

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    Lindsay T. Graham, PhD

    Research Lead, Center for the Built Environment / Livable Analytics

    Presentation: History of Livable Analytics’ Occupant Survey

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