2020 Webinar Schedule
ISI is pleased to announce the addition of six more webinars to our 2020 programming. These live webinars are hosted as a way to engage with the Envision user community and to help Envision Sustainability Professionals (ENV SPs) maintain their credentials. (Each webinar qualifies as one elective education hour towards the annual ENV SP credential maintenance requirements.)
All webinars will be hosted live. Registration is free and those wishing to participate must register in advance. After registering, participants will receive a confirmation email containing important information about joining the meeting.
Presented by: Anthony Kane, ISI
Wednesday April 22, 2020 at 1:00 PM Eastern
An increasing number of public and private sector stakeholders are using Envision to plan, design, and deliver more sustainable infrastructure by setting standards, establishing policies, and pursuing verification. The purpose of this webinar is to provide a deeper understanding of practical applications of the Envision framework. Examples will be presented to inspire new approaches that can be strategically integrated into everyday operations.
Leveraging Integrated Design to Achieve Higher Sustainability Performance Under Envision
Presented by: Quin MacKenzie, luuceo consulting inc., Bronwyn Worrick, luuceo consulting inc.
Wednesday May 13, 2020 at 1:00 PM Eastern
Infrastructure projects are defined by unique challenges and opportunities, including diverse funding streams, contrasting stakeholder priorities, and a variety of triple-bottom line impacts. In this webinar we will use project examples to discuss processes and techniques for implementing Envision on projects with alternative delivery methods to support more sustainable and resilient outcomes.
Tailoring Envision to Meet Multiple Goals for Airport Infrastructure
Presented by: Carly Shannon, C&S Companies
Wednesday June 10, 2020 at 1:00 PM Eastern
Airports are using Envision to meet their needs and achieve lofty goals outside of the terminals. This webinar features several airports that have leveraged Envision in different manners. Industry experts will describe the processes, benefits, and lessons learned. It will conclude with an outlook of future applications and potential both within the industry and other sectors
Envision: Lessons Learned from Project Preparation and Verification
Presented by: Lauren Ballou, VHB; Sierra LePore, VHB; and Van Du, VHB
Wednesday August 26, 2020 at 1:00 PM Eastern
The webinar will discuss lessons learned and common challenges for projects going through certification, as well as observations and lessons learned on project verifications. The presenters will focus on challenging credits and helpful tips on how to provide sufficient documentation as well as what to look for when verifying.
Using Envision as an Umbrella Framework: Applications for Large Mixed-Use Transit Projects
Presented by: Teresa C. Vangeli, WSP
Wednesday October 14, 2020 at 1:00 PM Eastern
Sustainable design has come a long way in the past decade. Many transportation projects include a mix of project types from buildings to stormwater systems to parks and parking garages. WSP recommends Envision as a framework with a wide scope that encompasses all elements of the project site. The rating systems for single elements of larger projects can operate under the Envision umbrella. The presenter will share natural synergies that arise and will also note the pitfalls to avoid.
Effectively Communicating the Value of Your Infrastructure Projects
Presented by: Dyan Lee, ISI
Wednesday December 2, 2020 at 1:00 PM Eastern
Consider the importance of infrastructure in our daily lives. DDespite the obvious need for infrastructure and the many benefits it provides, historically it is overlooked and underfunded until it breaks down or service is disrupted. How can infrastructure industry professionals shift this mindset in order to garner more support of sustainable projects? During this webinar, ISI’s Director of Communications will share tips for how the infrastructure industry can rewrite the narrative on what makes an infrastructure project valuable.