ULI Utah: The Business Case for Healthy Buildings
|ULI Utah lunch program followed by tours of the award winning Adobe Campus!
Join ULI Utah for a program on the growing business case for health and wellness in real estate. Billy Grayson from ULI’s Center for Sustainability will be sharing the findings from ULI’s case study “The Business Case for Healthy Buildings,” which takes a deeper look at cutting-edge research on the financial and health impacts possible from a healthy building. He will also share ULI’s recently released report Healthy Housing for All.
Matt Macko, founder of stok, and Morgan Abbet, a Sustainability Consultant and engineering professional with HDR will both speak to us about some of their projects and the positive financial returns they have seen by incorporating these healthy features in their buildings.
Following the presentation we will tour the award winning Adobe Campus and take a behind the scenes look at how they are leveraging health and wellness design.
Billy Grayson, executive director of ULI’s Center for Sustainability and Economic Performance, is an expert in sustainability program development for companies and organizations.
Matt Macko, Founder stok
Morgan Abbet, Sustainability Consultant and Engineering Professional, HDR
Morgan is passionate about regenerative infrastructure, international development, and human and environmental health. She is well versed in third-party sustainability certifications for both buildings and infrastructure, having managed LEED, Fitwel, Guiding Principles, and Envision certifications for diverse projects across the US. She is skilled at consulting on sustainability frameworks, climate action plans, and research, resource, and tool development.