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Bob Biggio is Senior Vice President of Facilities and Support Services at Boston Medical Center. Bob was the architect of BMC's $300 million Campus Redesign project, which, coupled with BMC's Solar Power Purchase agreement, puts BMC on pace to be net zero for all building's greenhouse gas emissions by 2020. His work to make Boston Medical Center the greenest hospital in New England earned him the Norman B. Leventhal Environment Award for Excellence in City Building, and helped BMC be the National Association of Energy Engineers' New England Chapter's 2014 Energy Project of the Year Awardee, and earn Practice Greenhealth recognition as a nationwide Top 25 Environmental Excellence Award Winner in 2017 and 2018.

Health Care's Role in Anchoring Community Health and Resilience

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Bob Biggio

Guest Author · Senior Vice President of Facilities and Support Services, Boston Medical Center

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Paul Lipke

Guest Author · Senior Advisor on Energy & Buildings, Health Care Without Harm

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John Messervy

Guest Author · Corporate Director of Design and Construction, Partners HealthCare

Second in a blog series on climate resilience and health care.

May 07, 2018 | Category: Climate

Leadership in the Storm

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Bob Biggio

Guest Author · Senior Vice President of Facilities and Support Services, Boston Medical Center

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Paul Lipke

Guest Author · Senior Advisor on Energy & Buildings, Health Care Without Harm

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John Messervy

Guest Author · Corporate Director of Design and Construction, Partners HealthCare

Climate-smart health care protects lives, communities, hospitals, and citizens' wallets.

May 02, 2018 | Category: Climate