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A Conversation With John Messervy AIA

Q1 BSA Client Conversations February

Graphic identity by Katharine LiVolsi

  • COST

    1 session | $20, BSA Members; $40, Non-members

    3 sessions | $50, BSA Members; $100, Non-members

    12 sessions | $200, BSA Member; $400, Non-members

  • TYPE

    Professional Development

  • AUDIENCE

    Professionals

  • ACCREDITATIONS

    1 LU/HSW AIA credit available pending approval

John will share the MGH Brigham story of Strategic Energy Planning, Resilience Planning and their progressive approach to energy and carbon reduction for the large and complex portfolio of buildings that make up MGH Brigham (Formerly Partners). The journey to this progressive approach is a story worth hearing, including how healthcare clients think about healthy buildings and their role in the larger community. John is an insightful leader of capital projects and has been an ongoing participant in the BSA, the BSA Board and National Design Community.

Join us for early networking prior to the conversation.

Speaker:

John Messervy AIA
Corporate Director of Design & Construction, Real Estate, Mass General Brigham

Host:

Carole Wedge FAIA LEED AP
CEO, Shepley Bulfinch


Client Conversation Series

The BSA Client Conversation series is focused around quarterly themes, spotlighting clients with not only their projects, but their strategies for managing change through development and investment during these complex times. Conversations will span a range of market sectors, and provide insight into the capabilities and skills clients look for when selecting a design team.

Sessions will be hosted by Carole Wedge FAIA LEED AP. Programs will take place the second Tuesday of every month and will be presented in different formats—from panel discussions to interviews, virtual tours and more.

Topics

Resources for Firms: COVID-19

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