Key Learnings (for AIA or GBCI learning credits)
–LEED for Healthcare and SITES Building and Campus Strategies, Including Water Conservation
–One of the Only Teaching Hospitals designed as such from the ground up in the world
–University of Texas District Energy Grid Tie-in for chilled and hot water
–Project Goals for diversification of construction debris from landfill (Currently being exceeded at 85% – Goal: 75%)
–Building Envelope Focus for high quality thermal performance and moisture protection
About Your Guides
Philip E. Riesner, P.E.
Ascension/Seton Senior Project Manager
Facilities Resource Group
Philip has been with Seton for 14 years, working on all major projects as the Engineering Project Manager. His projects include the Dell Children’s Medical Center (DCMC), the DCMC Third Bed Tower, two Seton Medical Center – Austin expansions, the Seton Medical Center – Williamson (SMCW), and the Seton Medical Center – Hays (SMCH).
Senior Facilities Project Manager
Doug has been with Seton for 12 years and was the lead Senior Project Manager for the DCMC Third Bed Tower, and Greenfield Hospitals in Round Rock (SMCW) and Kyle (SMCH). They both began with Seton and transitioned into the Ascension Planning, Design and Construction Facilities Group.