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THE WELL BUILDING

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by Sarah Andrews, LEED AP BD+C, USGBC Faculty

People spend approximately 90% of their time in

enclosed spaces, whether at home, an office, school, or

other building. The WELL Building Standard version 2

(WELL v2) is grounded in a body of medical research

that explores the connection between buildings and

the health and wellness of its occupants. WELL v2

includes a set of strategies that aim to advance human

health through design and operational protocols and

policies which foster a culture of health and cognitive

and emotional well-being. This latest version of WELL

has proven itself to be a scalable and globally applicable

system that is responsive, inclusive and adaptable to fit

any environment or organization.

WELL v2 is founded on the following principles:

• Equitable: Aims to benefit a variety of people,

including and especially disadvantaged or vulnerable

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• Global: Proposes interventions that are feasible,

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• Evidence-based: Draws upon a diverse and rigorous

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• Technically robust: Defines industry best practice and

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• Customer-focused: Sponsors the success of WELL

users through dedicated coaching services, dynamic

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• Resilient: Keeps pace with advances in research,

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There are ten concepts in WELL v2 plus a category to

recognize innovation. Each concept consists of features

with distinct health intents. Certification under the

system is based upon a point structure like the LEED

Rating Systems, and WELL V2 is designed to complement

the strategies in LEED.

The Air concept aims to achieve high levels of indoor

air quality across a building’s lifetime through diverse

strategies that include source elimination or reduction,

active and passive building design and operation

strategies and human behavior interventions. Water

covers aspects of the quality, distribution and control of

liquid water in a building.

The Nourishment concept requires the availability of

fruits and vegetables and nutritional transparency.

Light promotes exposure to light and aims to create

lighting environments that promote visual, mental

and biological health. Movement aims to promote

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discourage sedentary behavior by creating and enhancing

opportunities through the spaces where we spend our

lives.

Thermal Comfort aims to promote human productivity

and provide a maximum level of thermal comfort among

all building users through improved HVAC system

design and control and by meeting individual thermal

preferences. Sound aims to bolster occupant health

and well-being through the identification and mitigation

of acoustical comfort parameters that shape occupant

experiences in the built environment.

The Materials concept aims to reduce human exposure,

whether direct or through environmental contamination,

to chemicals that may impact health during the

construction, remodeling, furnishing and operation of

buildings. Mind promotes mental health through policy,

program and design strategies that seek to address the

diverse factors that influence cognitive and emotional

well-being.

Community aims to support access to essential

healthcare, build a culture of health that accommodates

diverse population needs and establish an inclusive,

engaged occupant community. Finally, Innovation

features pave the way for projects to develop unique

strategies for creating healthier environments.

WELL is a performance-based system so every project is

verified through on-site testing of building performance.

This process is fundamental to ensuring high-performing

buildings and validates the project through a series of

performance tests, spot checks, and measurements

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As one of the largest property holders in the US, the

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system that meets 100% of the health and well being

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WELL also provides a frame of reference for translating

research into practice to allow people’s health and well

being to take precedence in the built environment.

Companies that foster civic engagement and espouse

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Because the people inside are the most valuable resource

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style, the First Congregational Church of Long Beach in

Romanesque style, the Dr. Rowan Building in Art Deco

Style, and the towering Villa Riviera fashioned in the

French Gothic style. These, like many other buildings in

the area, date back to the late 1800s - early 1900s. They

are a beacon to the diversity of style and the influence of

history.

A true Los Angeles landmark, the Hollywood Bowl has

welcomed public figures, artists, and performers such as

President Franklin D. Roosevelt, The Beatles, and Monty

Python comedy troupe to its stage. Renowned architects

Frank Lloyd Wright Jr. and Frank Gehry designed the

impressive arches and acoustics of the amphitheater. And

sculptor George Stanley designed the Muse Fountain

which has stood outside the Hollywood Bowl’s main

entrance since 1940. The performance space is another

mammoth reflection of Los Angele’s timeless and varied

spirit.

LOS ANGELES

ARCHITECTURE: A HISTORY

By Adriana Detrinidad

Whether or not we acknowledge or notice, architecture

is a central player in our everyday lives. As we move

through a city or live in our neighborhoods, the

architecture surrounding us affects our minds and the

direction in which we move.

Los Angeles, California is no exception to the impact

of architecture. In fact, Los Angeles proves how the

architecture of a region marks its reputation and position

in the world.

Built in 1893, the Bradbury building in downtown Los

Angeles provides a spectacular peek into the past.

The five-story architectural landmark showcases an

extraordinary skylit atrium of access walkways. The

building features Italian marble, Mexican tile, and

decorative terra cotta. It was designed in the thenpopular

Italian Renaissance Revival style. It married

European fashion with local Hispanic influence and

materials. The state’s proximity to Mexico had impressed

upon the multicultural city a Latin American flair.

Downtown Long Beach in Los Angeles County is

renowned for its architectural diversity. It is dotted with

buildings of different styles, such as The First National

Bank Building designed in a French Renaissance Revival

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A component of architecture is urban design. Buildings

may be designed and erected, but the placement of these

buildings is vital to the health of its community. Urban

design involves the arrangement and design of buildings,

as well as transport systems and services. Frequent

visitors of the city of Los Angeles may have noticed traffic

is as permanent a resident as the people themselves.

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation

Authority (Metro) has taken note of this and has begun

expanding the rail system to the Westside with the

Purple (D Line) Extension Transit Project. The Purple

Line will extend from Westwood to Wilshire, including

LA’s Miracle Mile which involves Museum Row. Museum

devotees will be happy to know the Purple Line will meet

their need to promenade Los Angeles County Museum of

Art (LACMA), the Petersen Automotive Museum, and La

Brea Tar Pits pavilions to name a few.

Urban design blends architecture, landscape architecture,

and city planning together to make urban areas functional

and attractive (Urban Design, 2021). As much as we want

a site to be beautiful, though, a big question in the world

of architecture is whether a space should be preserved,

repurposed, or demolished and built from scratch. A

repurposed and well visited space in Los Angeles is

vibrant ROW DTLA. The ROW DTLA (formerly known

as Alameda Square), built between 1917 to 1923, was a

national hub for produce growers at one point housed

two of Los Angeles’ largest wholesale produce markets.

Today, ROW DTLA is a walkable urban environment

comprised of restaurants, boutique retail shops, office

workspaces, outdoor green spaces, art galleries, and

event venues. Rather than destroying a site, the industrial

series of buildings were salvaged and given new life,

ushering in a new generation of creators and consumers,

preserving the past and embracing the future.


Howbeit, preservation may not always be the solution

for a place. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

(LACMA), known for its large-scale Urban Lights

sculpture, is currently going through major renovations.

Swiss architect Peter Zumthor is lead architect for the

expansion of the museum complex. Several of LACMA’s

older buildings have been demolished to make way for

the addition. Planned within the project is more than

2.5 acres of open space, taking the form of landscaped

plazas and sculpture gardens. According to Sharp (2016),

“the LACMA expansion broke ground in 2018, with

completion scheduled for 2023 to coincide with the

opening of the Purple Line’s Wilshire/Fairfax Station”.

Before there was Metro, there was Union Station.

Built in 1939, Los Angeles Union Station is the largest

railroad passenger terminal in the Western United States

and is widely regarded as “the last of the great train

stations.” The station’s signature style makes it one of

L.A.’s architectural gems (Union Station LA, 2019). The

station was designed with an innovative blend of Spanish

Colonial, Mission Revival and Art Deco architecture

now commonly referred to as Mission Moderne. It was

partially designed by John and Donald Parkinson, the

father-and-son architectural firm who had also designed

Los Angeles City Hall and other landmark Los Angeles

buildings. They were assisted by a group of supporting

architects, including Jan van der Linden, Dutch-born

architect that suggested Dutch Colonial Revival style be

included in the Union Station design.

Located a stone’s throw away from Union Station is

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restaurants, and gift shops to explore. The impact and

presence of the Spanish and Mexican conquistadors

in Southern California is evident in this small but

mighty space. And just like the multicultural settlers of

yesteryear, Los Angeles houses other cultural centers

such as Chinatown, Little Tokyo, and Little Ethiopia.

Next time you walk through the City of Angels,

remember to look up and around. Take in the façade,

the skyscrapers, the neighborhoods. If a building looks

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Commissioning building systems and

conducting regular maintenance are

critical to reducing ventilation issues.

Indoor air quality depends on the

presence and abundance of chemical

and biological pollutants in the indoor

environment that may cause harm.

These chemicals of concern include

volatile organic compounds (VOCs),

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dust, and synthetic substances contained

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FOUNDATIONS OF A HEALTHY

BUILDING

by Sarah Andrews, LEED AP BD+C, USGBC Faculty

The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has been providing

industry professionals with a way to translate scientific research on

healthy buildings into actionable information by producing its “Building

Evidence for Health” series. This series of 2-page summaries applies to

all building types, including homes, and offers a framework to understand

how the indoor environment can affect building occupants and ways to

improve indoor conditions. This article is based upon the concepts and

guidance in “The 9 Foundations of a Healthy Building,” written in 2017.

The nine foundations, as named in the report, are ventilation, air

quality, thermal health, moisture, dust and pests, safety and security,

water quality, noise, and lighting and views. Each foundation area

highlights problems typically found inside buildings and then supplies

strategies and best management practices to minimize or remediate the

shortcomings.

Outdoor pollutants can penetrate indoors, and because the average

person spends approximately 90% of their time indoors, most of a

person’s exposure to outdoor air pollution occurs indoors. Substandard

air turnover can affect cognitive function. One recommendation made

is to meet or exceed local air ventilation rate guidelines to provide

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Thermal health goes beyond thermal

comfort, a condition of the human

mind that expresses satisfaction with

the surrounding environment. The

negative effects on health include

allergic reactions, sick building syndrome,

negative mood, fatigue, and respiratory

symptoms. To maximize the positive

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survey the spaces regularly to find zones

that underperform.

Up to 36% of homes have mold, mildew,

or water damage, and 85% of office

buildings have been damaged by water.

Moisture-related indoor exposure is a

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Common sources of moisture include

leaks from plumbing, roofs and windows,

wet foundations, and condensation

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Identifying and immediately remediating

the underlying sources of moisture

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the health and well-being of building

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Dust acts as a reservoir for harmful

agents, including particles, viruses,

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continuously suspended and resuspended in the indoor

environment by walking through areas or other daily tasks

like vacuuming or folding laundry. Humans are exposed

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We are shrouded in a cloud much like the Charlie Brown

character Pig Pen. Using high efficiency filters, cleaning

surfaces regularly, and taking off shoes at the door are

simple yet effective tools to combat indoor contaminants.

Feelings of safety and security directly influence our

health and are fundamental to our ability to survive,

coming only after basic needs like food and water are

met. Well-designed security measures such as adequate

lighting in parking areas and entryways and managing

points of egress reduce fight or flight responses, disease

susceptibility, and fear of crime.

Clean fresh water is an essential nutrient for life,

but contaminated water is one of the leading causes

of disease globally. Water quality is reduced by

contaminants like copper and lead, improper treatment,

and poor maintenance of distribution systems. By regular

testing and installation of water purification systems we

can prevent water stagnation and ensure disinfectant

levels are sufficient to control microbes.

Noise is unwanted or disturbing sound that interferes

with normal activities while noise annoyance

encompasses feelings of irritation, discomfort, distress, or

frustration. 53% of employees report ambient noise from

mechanical systems, office equipment, conversations,

and outside sources reduces their work satisfaction and

productivity. The use of robust construction science

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thoughtful design to minimize background noise and

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increase productivity and well-being.

Adequate lighting is critical to the normal functioning

of the circadian rhythm in humans. Light intensity

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performance. Access to views, or biophilic design,

supports cognitive function, physical health, and

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ENTRANCE

Reserve your Booth

for the LOS 2022 ANGELES Los Angeles BUILD EXPO Build Expo

Los Angeles Convention Center, West Hall A

September 14-15, 2022

October 20 & 21, 2021

Contact Wednesday 877.219.3976

& Thursday

sales@buildexpousa.com

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SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS

All Seminars at the Build Expo are FREE to attend!

Keynote Speakers

(ALL KEYNOTE CLASSES WILL BE IN THE KEYNOTE AREA ON EXHIBIT FLOOR)

Balfour Beatty Industry Outlook Forum / (Cost Escalation, Labor Force &

Industry Trends)

Wednesday, October 20 | 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. | Keynote Area

Landon McQuestion

Director of Preconstruction and Estimating | Balfour Beatty

Gil Fullen

Sr. Vice President of Business Acquisition | Balfour Beatty

Making sense and managing through the latest impacts to our construction industry and what this means to your capital

improvement programs. Learn about the latest industry price impacts and forecasts. Learn about the new trends and

approaches to construction as we continue to work through this pandemic, and much more.

Target Audience: Contractors / CMs / Architects / Owners / Industry consultants / Engineering firms, etc.

Impact of Social Media & Brand Identity

Wednesday, October 20 | 1:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m. | Keynote Area

John Seal

Founder | Hangar Marketing

Increasing your engagement and strengthening your brand identity is vital to the success of this process. I am here to

provide you with the steps necessary to develop this type of presence. In this presentation I will coach you through the

process of establishing your business’ brand identity across a variety of social media platforms and show you the impact it

will have on your sales strategy and overall business goals.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

How to Work with a Private Lender on your Next Project

Thursday, October 21 | 1:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m. | Keynote Area

Kristina Sawyer

VP, Lending | Arixa Capital | Crosswind Financial

Rob Derba

Loan Originator | Arixa Capital | Crosswind Financial

Kristina Sawyer and Rob Derba of Arixa Capital will show you how to be more successful by partnering with a private

lender. They will provide insight into the success formulas of some of their best real estate investor and developer clients,

based on funding 2,000 loans totaling $2 billion. They will also discuss new development trends, project examples and

analysis, and the current state of the market.

Target Audience: Developers and real estate professionals

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Workshops & Classes | Wednesday, October 20, 2021

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Beating the Price Objection

9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. | Keynote Area

Tom Woodcock

President | Seal the Deal

Stop letting price be the determining factor in winning projects! This topic deals specifically with the pressure to always

be low. Learn the sales tools necessary to get the inside track in the bidding process. The goal being to consistently win

projects and raise profitability on those projects. The most common mistakes made in bidding are revealed and countered.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

Differentiation: How to Stand Out and Grow Business with Emotional Intelligence

(EQ)

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor I

Grace Mase

CEO | BEYREP

With a focus on how attendees can carve out a space for themselves and rise above the crowd of hungry competitors,

Grace delivers vital learnings to amplify revenues and secure fulfilling work. Touching on multiple areas of critical impact

– from technology tools and online profiles, to branding and messaging dos and don’ts, to proactive vs. passive client

lead generators and beyond – Grace goes beneath the surface of commonly overlooked opportunities to illuminate how

attendees can better position their ingrained strengths without wasting extra time or money in the process. The series

of tested, repeatable and customizable techniques result in general contractors landing more of the work they prefer,

sustaining better business growth and maximizing customer experience. Weaving together a tapestry of untapped tricks

for the trade, attendees leave armed with new behaviors, processes and tangible ways to differentiate themselves for

enhanced success.

Target Audience: Residential Architects, General Contractors, Builders, and Remodelers

Don’t Kill your Golden Goose-Lawsuit Protection, Tax Reduction & Estate

Planning Strategies to Protect & Perpetuate your Business

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor H

Larry Oxenham

Speaker, Trainer | American Society for Asset Protection

Discover the tools you can use to become invincible to lawsuits, save thousands in taxes, and achieve financial peace of

mind.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

Jobsite Productivity – Streamline Information Sharing

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor C

Eric Crawford

Director of Sales for North America ‐ FONN

This class will show you the benefits of adopting technology on the jobsite to reduce errors and increase productivity.

Target Audience: Contractors/Developers

Make Your Business a Lead Generation Machine

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor D

Joshua Erazo

CEO | Vital Utility, LLC.

Free Tips how to generate leads from your website, social media & much more.

Target Audience: All Businesses

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Google Partner Teaching: Intro to SEO & Understanding your Website

(BEGINNERS) - Part 1

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor A

Joshua Ramsey

Marketing & Communications Strategist | Strategic Point Marketing

In this class you will learn:

(The starting point for business owners that don’t know

much about online advertising)

• Types of coded websites

• What makes sense for you to use

• What the cost should be

• Basic Building of your website – easiest things to do,

most overlooked

• How to read the basics in Google Analytics

• Google Search Console

• Density of text

• Understanding user experience

• Reading competitors’ strategies

• Identify keywords that will have the most impact

• Understand why all SEO companies have different

strategies

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

Trans-relational Thinking – A new approach to Design

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor J

Christopher Mercer

Founder | (fer) Studio

A case study presentation of one of (fer) studio’s unique Southern California homes developed using their Trans-relational

approach to design.

Target Audience: Residential Builders, home owners and material suppliers

Top 7 ADA Barriers Found in Restrooms

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor E

Victor Felix

Director of Content Compliance | BlueDAG

During this session, we will present an overview of the seven most common ADA restroom barriers identified in actual field

assessments by BlueDAG subscribers. A question and answer period will follow the presentation.

Target Audience: Contractors, Architects, Engineers, Facility Managers and more

Tricks, Tips, & Ploys in Project Scheduling

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor G

Saleh Mubarak

Author, Public Speaker & Trainer

Construction project scheduling is an interesting field where science meets art. Even though the concept is simple and can

be explained in less than an hour, there are still many issues that need the attention of the expert. These tricks and tips can

make a big difference between the success and failure of the project. This seminar covers a wide collection of them to make

the project management team aware of them. This includes tips for good practices as well as common mistakes.

Target Audience: Builders and Contractors

Google Partner Teaching: Understanding & Training (MID-LEVEL) - Part 1

10:40 a.m.-11:30 a.m. | Floor A

Joshua Ramsey

Marketing & Communications Strategist | Strategic Point Marketing

In this class you will learn: (Bring a laptop and have a good understanding of what SEO already is)

• Writing text with your keywords

• Security strategies

• Writing meta tags (Title, Description, H)

• Ranking Strategies

• Implementing and Following Google Strategies

• Google AdWords – BASIC training

• Bert

• Do’s / Don’ts

• EAT

• HREFLANG Tag

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers


5 Steps to Designing a High End Custom Built Home

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m. | Floor F

Nidal Hamida

Founding Principal | Hamida Architects

Steps on the process from Design to Build on how an idea becomes a product. There are steps in producing a respectable

single family home. We will be guiding you on these necessary steps and how to avoid losing time & money along the way.

Target Audience: Architects and general contractors

Coordination Tips to Leverage BIM so You Can Save both Time & Money

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Floor D

Irene Wangpataravanich

Construction Manager | Voyansi

Each year there is an increasing focus on reducing overhead, constructing more sustainably, and using technology to

improve the outcomes of your project. Our session will walk you through the use of BIM and coordination technologies

historically. Following that, we will spend the remainder of our talk discussing small steps you can take to leverage BIM to

it’s fullest potential to reduce time spent during design & coordination, save money on material costs, and overall improve

your profitability!

Target Audience: All building and construction professionals

QuickBooks for Contractors - Part 1

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Floor B

Sam Hallburn

This class is an overview of how contractors can utilize the QuickBooks functionality to facilitate job costing, payroll,

receivables and the overall benefits of either the online or desktop applications.

Target Audience: Contractors, Subcontractors, and anyone curious about the features & benefits of QuickBooks

17 Most Impactful Marketing Tactics

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Floor C

John Seal

Founder | Hangar Marketing

You will learn the 17 most impactful marketing tactics to set your business apart from the competition. Tactics include

simple but effective social media strategies, how to leverage customer reviews to win new clients, and the best ways to

measure your marketing to keep those dollars accountable.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

Selling During COVID - Using Technology

11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m. | Floor A

Joshua Ramsey

Marketing & Communications Strategist | Strategic Point Marketing

COVID is causing every business frustration when it comes to selling and prospecting. The strategies that you have been

using for years now has completely changed. What can you do? Learn the exact steps of a program that has sold millions of

dollars in the last 12 months. What you can expect to learn:

• How to build an Avatar. Then turn that into a Prospects

Bio.

• Target your Prospects using the information from the

previous step

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

• How to break through the clutter of the world to GRAB

ATTENTION.

• Putting leads into your sales system as well as nurture

leads that don’t buy immediately.

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Workshops & Classes | Thursday, October 21, 2021

Differentiation: How to Stand Out and Grow Business with Emotional Intelligence

(EQ)

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor I

Grace Mase

CEO | BEYREP

With a focus on how attendees can carve out a space for themselves and rise above the crowd of hungry competitors,

Grace delivers vital learnings to amplify revenues and secure fulfilling work.

Target Audience: Residential Architects, General Contractors, Builders, and Remodelers

Don’t Kill your Golden Goose-Lawsuit Protection, Tax Reduction & Estate

Planning Strategies to Protect & Perpetuate your Business

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor H

Larry Oxenham

Speaker, Trainer | American Society for Asset Protection

Discover the tools you can use to become invincible to lawsuits, save thousands in taxes, and achieve financial peace of

mind.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

Impuestos para Contratistas

9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. | Floor B

Tony Martinez

UX at Negozee

Aprenda cómo la ley de impuestos aplica a los contratistas que trabajan por cuenta propia. En esta sesión hablaremos sobre

Self-Employment Tax, Income Tax, y como una Corporación puede reducir sus impuestos.

Target Self-employed, sub-contractors and small business owners

Google Partner Teaching: Intro to SEO & Understanding your Website

(BEGINNERS) - Part 2

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor A

Joshua Ramsey

Marketing & Communications Strategist | Strategic Point Marketing

In this class you will learn:

(The starting point for business owners that don’t know

much about online advertising)

• Types of coded websites

• What makes sense for you to use

• What the cost should be

• Basic Building of your website – easiest things to do,

most overlooked

• How to read the basics in Google Analytics

• Google Search Console

• Density of text

• Understanding user experience

• Reading competitors’ strategies

• Identify keywords that will have the most impact

• Understand why all SEO companies have different

strategies

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

Jobsite Productivity – Streamline Information Sharing

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor C

Eric Crawford

Director of Sales for North America ‐ FONN

This class will show you the benefits of adopting technology on the jobsite to reduce errors and increase productivity.

Target Audience: Contractors/Developers

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Make Your Business a Lead Generation Machine

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor D

Joshua Erazo

CEO | Vital Utility, LLC.

Free Tips how to generate leads from your website, social media & much more.

Target Audience: All Businesses

Trans-relational Thinking – A new approach to Design

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor J

Christopher Mercer

Founder | (fer) Studio

A case study presentation of one of (fer) studio’s unique Southern California homes developed using their Trans-relational

approach to design.

Target Audience: Residential Builders, home owners and material suppliers

Top 7 ADA Parking Lot Barriers

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor E

Victor Felix

Director of Content Compliance | BlueDAG

During this session, we will present an overview of the seven most common ADA parking lot barriers identified in actual

field assessments by BlueDAG subscribers. A question and answer period will follow the presentation.

Target Audience: Contractors, Architects, Engineers, Facility Managers and more

Introduction to Construction Cost Estimating

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor G

Saleh Mubarak

Author, Public Speaker & Trainer

Cost estimating is arguably the most important function in construction project management. It may be indeed the

difference between winning and losing. The seminar briefly covers the principles of construction cost estimating, direct vs

indirect costs, detailed vs approximate estimates, and more.

Target Audience: Builders and Contractors

Google Partner Teaching: Understanding & Training (MID-LEVEL) - Part 2

10:40 a.m.-11:30 a.m. | Floor A

Joshua Ramsey

Marketing & Communications Strategist | Strategic Point Marketing

In this class you will learn: (Bring a laptop and have a good understanding of what SEO already is)

• Writing text with your keywords

• Writing meta tags (Title,

Description, H)

• Implementing and Following

Google Strategies

• Bert

• EAT

• Security strategies

• Ranking Strategies

• Google AdWords – BASIC training

• Do’s / Don’ts

• HREFLANG Tag

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

How Collaborating the Design + Construction Process Creates Timeless

Architecture

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Floor F

Nidal Hamida

Founding Principal | Hamida Architects

Explaining the importance of how Architect / Contractor relationships can help all the parties involved to create an

architectural product that engages high end clients.

Target Audience: Architects and general contractors

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Stepping Thru – Vignette Series

Exceptions & Nuances in the ADA Standards & CBC -1.25 AIA Credit

11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. | Floor H

Janis Kent

Certified Access Specialist | Stepping Thru Accessibility

Thru photographs, we will review areas of the ADA Standards and CBC that are small footnotes or exceptions in the

regulations which can have a large impact on a project whether new or existing as well as a quick look at items that are not

delineated and what you do with them.

Digital Marketing Bootcamp

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Floor C

John Seal

Founder | Hangar Marketing

What you need to know to succeed in digital marketing. Learn search engine optimization, pay-per-click advertising,

social media marketing, email marketing, utilizing video to promote your business, and how to poach customers from your

competitors.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

The 5 Things Holding Your Company Back from Break-Through Results

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Floor D

Michael Caito

MAP Vital Factors Solutions

As a leader, ever scratch your head wondering why you aren’t achieving your desired growth? You have a great team, a solid

business plan and quality partnerships… so what’s the missing piece to the puzzle?

Join this session to crack the code as to why:

• Only 50% of members on executive teams identify the same organizational priorities.

• Less than 25% of those executive team members identify the same owners for those priorities.

• Almost 100% of executive teams believe they are well aligned on their priorities.

You will learn actionable, practical strategies to boost accountability, alignment and focus, resulting in improved

productivity and profitability through a proven system of sixty years.

QuickBooks for Contractors - Part 2

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Floor B

Sam Hallburn

This class is an overview of how contractors can utilize the QuickBooks functionality to facilitate job costing, payroll,

receivables and the overall benefits of either the online or desktop applications.

Target Audience: Contractors, Subcontractors, and anyone curious about the features & benefits of QuickBooks


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STATE OF CONSTRUCTION 2021

Reasons to Prioritize Digital

Investments

Savvy construction firms recognize the need to invest in technology to modernize their business processes. Research from

McKinsey suggests that these digital investments “can result in productivity gains of 14 to 15 percent and cost reductions of

4 to 6 percent.” Despite the compelling business case for innovation, many firms are still hesitant to change. One possible

explanation is that construction firms have a high level of business complexity, making it seemingly difficult to implement

operational changes across a distributed workforce. Not every firm has a large budget or dedicated technical resources to

take on this type of enterprise-scale initiative. An alternative approach is emerging though for contractors that want to

innovate and prefer to focus on quick wins that align directly with specific business challenges. Easy-to-adopt software as a

service (SaaS) products are helping companies to digitize their operations and create a competitive advantage. In the

current market, companies will need to innovate to maximize their profitability. Continue reading for analysis on the state of

construction and an overview on the business impact of moving away from paper-based processes.

Top Challenges for Construction Firms

The ongoing pandemic is affecting the economy and creating uncertainty

for construction firms. There’s no shortage of new challenges arising --

from rising material costs, decreased demand in certain sectors, and

increased competition in the market to name a few. It’s clear that there’s

a great deal at stake and organizations will need to limit unnecessary

setbacks going forward. Even without a pandemic, there are several

consistent challenges present in the construction industry that affect

profitability.

Companies should look to leverage technologies that address these

specific pain points, balancing the need to increase productivity, keep

workers safe, and deliver quality projects on time to clients. By aligning

technology investments with these business objectives, firms can make

incremental improvements that help them stay competitive and profitable.

Construction executives continue to have a positive outlook despite these

challenges. According to research from Deloitte, “68% of executives

characterized the business outlook for the industry as somewhat or very

positive” from a survey conducted in 2021.

The Need for Digitization

Using mobile apps and software, contractors are now able to streamline their workflows and improve the quality of their

data. These applications are simple by design but when implemented they can have a powerful impact on transforming

how a business operates. Research from GoCanvas shows that companies who moved away from paper-based processes

to digital mobile apps reported:

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1. Increase employee productivity

Paperwork is the leading frustration for employees and can

lower productivity levels. Mobile apps for contractors aim to

digitize all aspects of paperwork on the job, resulting in

streamlined workflows and a reduction in manual tasks. The

most common paper-based processes in construction include

inspections, incident reports, work orders and change orders,

estimates and logs, reports, and other types of field data

collection on job sites. Anywhere paper is used to collect and

share information can be an opportunity to digitize information

using online forms. Mobile apps simplify the process for staff,

bring information online for reporting, and enable automation

for completing other tasks and workflows. Considering the

costs associated with paper usage and the indirect costs that

stem from lost productivity, there is a clear advantage for firms

that can digitize.

2. Standardize how data is collected

Data collection is challenging for construction companies with

distributed teams. Without clear processes, results in siloed

data that is not consistent and hard to analyze. With paper

forms there is no reliable way to enforce how data is collected.

Apps and software for contractors are designed to simplify field

data collection, giving employees a better way to submit data.

Advanced features can require standard inputs so the

information for reporting is consistent and complete, creating

an environment where data is an asset and can be used to

inform business decisions.

3. Enable staff with insights and analytics

Contractors can use data to their advantage using data

collection best practices. Staff can see trends in real-time to

understand any potential issues, delays, incidents, or problems

that are happening on job sites. Construction executives are

empowered with a complete view of their business and can

make appropriate adjustments. Mobile apps and software

enable data collection and empower the analytics and insights

needed for greater business intelligence. For construction

companies, this means finding opportunities to improve quality,

avoid rework, spot lags in productivity, manage safety

programs, and much more.

4. Promote a culture of workplace safety

Safety programs managed on paper are difficult to track.

Digitizing programs allows more visibility into safety programs

and ensures compliance. Going digital makes it easier for

employees to complete training or toolbox talks, and a record

of their completion is clearly documented. Apps for contractors

act as a comprehensive safety management solution. With

real-time reporting organizations can address potential hazards

and limit OSHA violations and fines.

5. Ensure data is never lost

There is a greater level of risk when information is stored on

paper in filing cabinets. Sheets are hard to find and they can

be lost, damaged, or stolen. Digitizing information ensures

firms are complying with best practices for record-keeping.

Digital information is securely stored in the cloud and is always

accessible. This helps contractors in case of an audit,

insurance claims, legal disputes, and similar instances where

sensitive information needs to be readily available.

6. Increase employee retention

With a labor shortage and difficulty finding skilled workers,

firms need to do everything in they can to retain employees.

An investment in digital apps and software shows workers that

brands are committed to investing in worker productivity and

safety, with modern business processes that make their jobs

easier. All of this leads to a better employee experience and a

positive impact on a firm’s brand and reputation. Firms can’t

control the labor market, but investing in tools to improve the

job is one opportunity to improve employee satisfaction.

7. Ensure client satisfaction

An investment in digital technology will bring improvements to

productivity, minimizing delays and cost overruns. Streamlined

operations ensure smooth processes, a high level of quality in

work, and on-time delivery. In an increasingly competitive

environment for work, having modern business processes in

place increases opportunity to ensure that projects run

efficiently.

Key Considerations When Implementing Technology

With the right technology in place, contractors can expect to

see a significant return on their investment. But navigating the

software and apps marketplace can be difficult with hundreds

of solutions available to buyers today. When starting out, firms

should consider starting small by piloting a program that is

centered around a single area for improvement. They should

focus on making incremental changes and solutions with a fast

time to value. Complex software purchases may be overly

complicated for some business types. It may be ideal to find

solutions that don’t require a large investment upfront or

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The final consideration when purchasing technology is to focus

on adoption. Different stakeholders in the organization should

be included during the pilot program to gain their feedback

early on. Once a business case is clearly established and the

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By starting small, focusing on simplicity, and working to gain

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operations to digital. This approach is easier than an

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ELD is a quality control testing service using a water path to building ground to complete an

electrical circuit to locate system breaches. This allows for faster inspection compared to the

traditional flood testing that per ASTM requires 48 hours minimum. ELD testing is utilized on new

construction for quality assurance and once the building is occupied to troubleshoot existing

roofing, waterproofing and coating membranes that leak to find the point of intrusion.

Identification of breaches in new construction and occupied buildings allow for immediate repairs

thereby reducing further damage from water.

ELD is approved for use in various systems by roofing, waterproofing and coating manufacturers

and does not adversely affect manufacturers warranties. In fact, many manufacturers providing

longer term warranties require ELD testing. ALDI has the ability to respond to testing services with

2 to 3 days-notice and provide accurate and professional reports of findings within 5 business days

of testing.

ALDI works with:

• Architects, consultants, designers to ensure

that quality control is specified in project

documents.

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projects are watertight.

• Manufacturers to administer third-party

inspections providing confidence in

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Building owners, their representatives,

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HOMELESSNESS PROMPTS

LARGE P3S THROUGHOUT

AMERICA

By Mary Scott Nabers

At least 580,000 people experienced homelessness on

a given day in January 2020. That number has increased

significantly since then. Today, reporting organizations say

there is no recent accounting and gathering the data will

be more difficult in the months to come. However, data

does point to increases in America’s homeless population

over the past four years.

Almost every municipality is struggling with decisions

about homeless populations. The cost to resolve or

reverse the problem will be incredibly high and there is

little guidance for public officials. The problem is likely to

result in some of the largest public-private partnership

(P3) initiatives in this century.

Looking at what is already happening and what is

being planned reinforces the fact that there will be an

abundance of opportunities for government contracting

because private sector expertise and resources will

be required along with partnerships from health-care

providers, social service nonprofit organizations and

many visionary thinkers and community volunteers.

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Indiana

Housing advocates in Hamilton County, warning of a

looming homeless crisis, will ask lawmakers and other

funding sources for at least $51 million to bring housing

of some sort within reach of individuals and family units.

The Hamilton County Association of Neighborhood

Development has plans to consolidate approximately $31

million in funding from the American Rescue Act Program

(ARPA) with federal Community Development Block

Grant revenue. Private sector contractors will be needed

to help with construction in established neighborhoods

for “infill” housing. This will be less expensive than

building in undeveloped areas where utilities would need

to be connected. The coalition will work with municipal

leaders to encourage public-private partnerships. A

consultant will be selected to perform a feasibility study

in September.

In another part of the state, Hogsett’s mayor has

announced that $12 million is available for construction

of a low barrier shelter site for individuals in need of

emergency housing. The Office of Public Health and

Safety is awaiting finalization of a $25,000 assessment

study related to an encampment location. The

assessment study will be completed in September, a

budget will be adopted in October, and work will begin

soon after that.

California

The governor recently signed the largest funding and

reform package ever for housing and homelessness as

part of the $100 billion “California Comeback Plan.” The


funding includes $10.3 billion for affordable housing

and $12 billion over the next two years to alleviate

homelessness through:

• $5.8 billion to construct more than 42,000 new

homeless housing units.

• $2.75 billion for assistance for Department of

Housing and Community Development services.

• $3 billion for services from Health and Human

Services for health-related services.

• $2 billion in Homeless Housing, Assistance and

Prevention grant funding to aid counties, large cities,

and continuums of care.

• $1.75 billion for 7,200 units of housing for extremely

low-income families and people exiting homelessness.

• $150 million to place participants in hotels.

• $50.6 million for encampment resolution efforts.

• $45 million for services and housing for homeless

veterans.

The city of Sacramento approved 20 sites for homeless

shelters and tiny homes. Officials also sanctioned tent

encampments as part of a plan to address homelessness.

The city will use $100 million from ARPA funding and

more from the state to develop the sites which will serve

2,209 people. A large 350-bed campus-style shelter at a

location yet to be disclosed also will be developed, and

six motels will be converted into shelter units for which

housing vouchers will be issued.

New York

As part of the Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative,

a $20 billion plan has been developed. The state’s sixth

round of funding will provide $35 million in service and

operating funds to provide 1,400 supportive housing

units. The goal is to create 20,000 units over 15 years. An

allocation of $25,000 per unit per year will be available

for service and operating expenses. The state’s Fiscal

Year 2022 budget includes an additional $250 million in

capital spending for the housing initiative.

Colorado

Denver’s Department of Housing Stability (HOST) has

released a five-year plan to eliminate homeless by 50

percent by 2026. HOST will deliver 7,000 homes and

secure 950 income-restricted rentals. The mayor has

proposed $28 million in ARPA funding and is creating a

specialized team to prioritize projects for permit review

and approval.

Vermont

The Vermont Housing and Conservation Board has

consolidated $53.8 million in funding to build 389 homes.

The funding will be used for building or rehabilitating 288

apartments, 50 shelter beds, and 51 houses throughout

the state.

Counties also have plans in place to reduce homeliness.

Chittenden County has announced the following actions.

• Shelburne: The Champlain Housing Trust will convert

20 motel-style units to create permanent apartments

with support services for previously homeless

individuals and households. There are plans to also

buy and rehabilitate a motel that will provide an

additional 58 rooms with support services.

• Williston: The Champlain Housing Trust will purchase

a motel and convert it to create 38 homes for

formerly homeless households. It will have support

services and an on-site project manager. Another 33

permanent apartments for low- and moderate-income

families will be developed.

• South Burlington: A motel will be converted

to provide 20 permanent homes for homeless

households.

• Colchester: The Champlain Housing Trust and

Evernorth will build 60 new apartments in three

vacant buildings at Fort Ethan Allen. The project will

include the redevelopment of a former army barracks

to deliver 11 more apartments with supportive

services.

District of Columbia

The District of Columbia’s Council approved a budget of

$17.5 billion which includes spending on housing and

homeless services. Increased funding was appropriated

for the Housing Production Trust Fund. A total of $400

million is available to produce 2,800 units of housing,

and another $17.7 million is available to preserve the

affordable housing. The council also increased funding for

repairs needed in public housing to $50 million.

Kansas

The Topeka City Council is considering plans for a $5.7

million “tiny home transitional village” with a capacity of

200 beds. This is one part of the Topeka Rescue Mission’s

$8.1 million plan to address chronic homelessness. The

tiny home units would be approximately 64 square feet

each and have electricity, a heater and air conditioner.

City leaders have announced community engagement

sessions to kick-off the program.

Massachusetts

Massachusetts has announced an investment of $30

million in state funds for regional and statewide services

to support homeless individuals. The bulk of funding

will be allocated to a Housing First initiative, with $15.7

million directed to the Department of Public Health’s

Bureau of Substance Addiction Services. Another $10

million is available for a new capital fund for permanent

supportive housing.

Private sector partners and nonprofit organizations are

in high demand as public officials struggle to help end

homelessness throughout America.

Mary Scott Nabers is president and CEO of Strategic Partnerships Inc., a business

development company specializing in government contracting and procurement

consulting throughout the U.S. Her recently released book, Inside the Infrastructure

Revolution: A Roadmap for Building America, is a handbook for contractors,

investors and the public at large seeking to explore how public-private partnerships

or joint ventures can help finance their infrastructure projects.

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