Food for Thought Leadership: 10 trends in healthcare content to read and share

If you are attending the 2024 Healthcare Facilities Symposium—or any other healthcare conference on the horizon—gain some insight into topics sure to be discussed formally or informally by perusing IMEG’s curated collection of our recent healthcare-related blogs, executive guides, and podcasts. “The Importance of Healthcare Resiliency: Preparing Your Hospital for a Crisis.” This executive guide

IMEG sustainability director: ‘Little changes can make tangible impacts’

Adam McMillen is IMEG’s National Director of Sustainability. Adam talks about his goals, industry challenges, and his bucket list in the following Q&A.  Describe your goals as IMEG’s National Director of Sustainability.  My goal is to scale IMEG’s sustainability impact across the country. Given our increasing size and the number of high-impact projects, small changes

I2SL’s new program to generate lab decarbonization benchmarks

By Brian Billman and Brandon Fortier  With U.S. lab CO2 emissions coming in at around 40 million metric tons per year, the science and technology industry is in need of benchmarking data to track emissions and begin lowering its CO2 output. The International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories (I2SL) is taking on the task with its

Phius leader keen on passive building’s role in decarbonization (Podcast included)

Kat Klingenberg, executive director and co-founder of the non-profit organization Phius, talks about the history and current state of passive building in the latest episode of the IMEG podcast, The Future Built Smarter. “Passive building principles are not rocket science,” she says. “We’re talking about continuous insulation, airtight construction, no thermal bridging in the envelope,

Power in numbers: IMEG offices rally behind firm’s sustainability plan (Podcasts included)

IMEG’s refreshed corporate Sustainability Plan is examined in a series of episodes on the firm’s podcast, The Future Built Smarter. Key aspects of the initiative are discussed in the first episode by Adam McMillen, director of sustainability, and Taylor Gawthorp-Cruse, senior sustainability and energy consultant. Designed to integrate environmentally friendly practices at the firm’s offices,

Podcast: How Ann Arbor seeks to lift up an underserved neighborhood through community geothermal

This episode features Missy Stults, Sustainability and Innovations Director for the City of Ann Arbor, MI, one of 11 communities being funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Geothermal Technologies Office to design a community geothermal heating and cooling system.