Didn’t make the 2021 I2SL Annual Conference in Atlanta this September? No worries. Join us for a hybrid event where selected presenters will recap their conference content, discuss and answer your questions!
Four amazing presentations have been selected from the conference that are particularly relevant to the Great Lakes region.
Two AIA credits or Continuing Education Units available.
Networking, Food and Drinks
Selected Presentation Recaps
Bioscience Innovation Building Purdue University Northwest: Punit Jain, Cannon Design
Sustainable Design for Year-Round Chilled Water in Cold Climates: Brandon Fortier, IMEG Corp.
Starting Your Smart Lab Journey: Jim Coogan & Chad House, Siemens Smart Infrastructure
Top 10 Sustainable Features of Green Globes Certified Laboratory Facilities: Vicki Worden, Green Building Initiative, David Eldridge, Grumman/Butkus Associates
Panel Discussion and Q & A, moderated by Dan Doyle, Grumman/Butkus Associates
Online Link – Webex will be used as the online platform for this meeting. Some people who registered early were sent a Zoom link. Please use the Webex link below instead to access the meeting online
Doors Open – People can arrive at the event (or login) starting at 3:00 to allow for time to network with other attendees. Food and drinks will be provided. Introductions and presentations will start at 4:00 as originally scheduled.
Getting Here – Parking can be difficult in this part of the city. Consider using the SpotHero or ParqEx apps. There is also some street parking on Carpenter and Lake Streets.
The Morgan stop of the CTA Green Line is only a couple blocks from Leopardo.
Security – If you plan on bringing a guest, in person, please use the website to RSVP with their name. The RSVP list will be given to security at Leopardo so they will be allowed in.
I2SL Great Lakes Chapter specializes in training, education and research through international and industry collaboration and technical assistance to help improve the energy and environmental sustainability of laboratories and related high-technology facilities.