Presented by Kaitlyn Gillis
This 1-hour introductory workshop will introduce broad audiences to the WELL Building Standard. The organization and development of the WELL Building Standard is presented in the context of the healthy buildings movement. Key public health research is presented to provide the basis for the 10 WELL Concepts, and some research on the value of WELL is discussed in conclusion.
The course is eligible for 1.0 CEU from the AIA, GBCI, and IDCEC.
5:30 - 7:00p: Dinner at The Harbor Restaurant Terrace Room
7:00 - 8:00p: WELL Building Standard presentation
The Harbor Restaurant Terrace Room
210 Stearns Wharf
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
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There is parking available on Stearn's Wharf.
FREE for Presentation only
$20 for IES members
$30 for non-members
Payable by cash, check, or credit card ($1 processing fee for credit cards).
Make checks out to IES Mission Section
*Cost is to cover meal expenses. Drinks not included in the price.
Please RSVP if you plan to attend dinner, as seating is limited. Thank you!
Kaitlyn Gillis (B.Eng (Bldg), M.Sc (Arch), M. Sc (Env Psyc), LEED AP, WELL AP, WELL Faculty, Fitwel Ambassador) is a well-being and sustainability specialist with Stantec’s Sustainability and Buildings Performance team in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Kaitlyn’s background in building engineering, deep green architecture, and environmental psychology allows her to understand both the social and technical sides of complex problems facing both people and planet. Kaitlyn is a WELL Faculty member and has presented and published on various topics related to the built environment, including biophilic design, health and wellbeing, environmental psychology, LEED, and low carbon building materials.