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Jean Hansen, FIIDA, LEED Fellow, CID, EDAC, AAHID

Jean Hansen, FIIDA, LEED Fellow, CID, EDAC, AAHID

Sustainable Principal, HDR

As a highly versatile interior designer, planner and sustainable consultant with more than 30 years of experience, Jean provides expertise in the design of facilities and interiors. Her portfolio includes a range of healthcare and laboratory settings, including acute care, medical office buildings, cancer and research centers and children’s hospitals. Her focus on these projects includes master planning, programming, space planning, interior architecture, sustainability consulting, deep green materials research, furniture specifications and design.

An early adopter of sustainable design, Jean possesses a depth of expertise and knowledge that has allowed her to make lasting contributions to the building industry. She served on Kaiser Permanente’s Green Building Committee for 10 years to develop national sustainable design standards, leading sustainable research in the textile industry where she also co-authored the Future of Fabric. She was a core committee member in the development of the USGBC’s LEED rating system and continues to be a joint committee member for the development of BIFMA’s Sustainable Furniture Standards. More recently she participated in the development of the Health Product Declaration (HPD) and now serves on the Board of the HPD Collaborative. Jean has worked on more than 30 LEED projects, developed sustainable guidelines and led sustainable research for healthcare organizations and manufacturers.

C9 – Advancing Healthy Flooring in Health Care

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Every day, patients and workers are exposed to a wide array of chemicals in hospitals and health care facilities. Many of these chemicals can harm health and the environment. Because it is ubiquitous, flooring can contribute to environmental contamination and poor indoor air quality, depending on the materials selected. The vast majority of flooring in […]

Safer materials/chemicals Sustainable procurement
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