October 20, 2014 - New Orleans, LA
WELL 2014 is the first annual symposium for design, construction, and real estate professionals who want to lead the market and build a movement for wellness real estate – a pioneering concept that marries design and construction with evidence-based technologies to support personal well being and health.
Join hundreds of your colleagues at WELL 2014, the WELL Building Symposium, for a full day of keynote presentations and immersive discussion on wellness real estate, including the public debut of the WELL Building Standard 1.0. Speakers will include thought leaders on health and wellness, leading medical scientists, and early innovators in wellness real estate.
Continuing education credits have been approved for each educational breakout session at WELL 2014 through AIA, GBCI and IDCEC. For more information about how to earn continuing education credits from these organizations at WELL 2014, click here. View the day's schedule-at-a-glance:
Online Registration Closes on Friday, October 17 at Midnight EST.
A limited number of walk-in registrations may be available on Monday, October 20 (space permitting).
|Early Bird Pricing
Extended to 9/19/14
| Late Registration
9/20/14 or later
|WELL 2014 Symposium Pass||$225||$250|
**Students: A limited number of tickets will be available at reduced pricing to eligible, full-time students. Proof of enrollment is required. Enrollment may be provided with 2014/2015 class schedule, an unofficial transcript, or a letter from the dean of your academic institution. For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Your WELL 2014 event registration fees are refundable up to two weeks prior to the event, minus a $35 administrative processing fee. Two weeks before the event, no refunds will be issued. All refund requests must be made in writing and sent via email to email@example.com or fax to: 646.607.1058.
If you have questions about registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Access to all conference sessions and keynotes, breakfast, lunch, and afternoon coffee break
Just as it is vitally important for us to design and incorporate wellness into our buildings, food is a key component to our personal wellness. Our food choices have broad implications for the environment and our communities, that's why WELL 2014 has made informed choices on our conference food selection, and we are making special efforts to deliver sustainable, local, organic food to our participants. Come and taste what New Orleans has to offer!
CEO International Living Future Institute
"Health and Wellness in a Regenerative World"
Manager of Industry Insights and Communications, McGraw Hill Construction
Sustainable Program Expert, US General Services Administration Office of Federal High Performance Green Buildings (GSA)
Senior Budget and Management Analyst, Energy Branch, Executive Office of the President (EOP), and Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
130 Roosevelt Way New Orleans, LA 70112, USA
There are a lot of hotels with 100 years or more of history, but how many hotels leave such an impression that 80 miles of highway are built just so the governor can get a drink? The legend of Huey P. Long and Airline Highway is one of so many that defined The Roosevelt's brilliant 40-year run during the early 1900s. Though the hotel originally opened as The Grunewald in 1893 and was later renamed The Fairmont, it was during The Roosevelt years that it established itself as a beacon of luxury in the South. The hotel was a revolving door of the time's most famous names—Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles, Jack Benny, Bob Hope — each adding to a legend that continues to be written today. Come see why The Roosevelt has stood the test of time in New Orleans.
SECURE YOUR RESERVATION EARLY: A limited number of rooms are available at a discounted room block rate, starting at $249 per night plus tax for WELL 2014 attendees. Please mention/type in the group code: WEL when you book your hotel room via 1-800-WALDORF or via web at The Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans.
RESERVATION CUT-OFF: September 19, 2014. Please book your room by this date to qualify for our block discounted hotel rate.
Greenbuild is the largest and most important green building conference in the world, and WELL 2014 is conveniently slated the week of this event for ease of travel planning. Arrive early for Greenbuild, and join us at WELL 2014 to learn about cutting edge changes in the building industry relative to wellness. Take the opportunity to connect with the leaders in this important new movement.
Are you a health and wellness professional, an architect, builder, or designer involved in sustainable building, or involved in green real estate? Come to WELL 2014, the first annual WELL Building Symposium, and get a first look at the 1.0 WELL Building Standard. This symposium creates the intersection of the latest information in preventative and holistic medicine as it interacts with real estate. WELL 2014 is a dialog-driven networking hub for collaboration, information, and inspiration--and is infused with wellness.
WELL 2014, the first WELL Building Symposium of its kind to work at the intersection of holistic wellness and real estate.
The WELL 2014 symposium is October 20, 2014 in New Orleans, LA
The Roosevelt Hotel, 130 Roosevelt Way, New Orleans, LA 70119
Just blocks from the French Quarter. The hotel is approximately 15 miles from Louis Armstrong Airport (MSY) and roughly a 30 minute ride time to the hotel by car.
All major airlines have service to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) with many direct flights arriving daily. The Roosevelt New Orleans is a short 20-minute drive from the airport with cab, car and shuttle service is readily available. Or just let The Roosevelt Hotel concierge know when you'll be arriving, and they'll arrange transportation service for you.
A cab ride costs $33.00 from the airport to the Central Business District (CBD) for one or two persons and $14.00 (per passenger) for three or more passengers. Pick-up is on the lower level, outside the baggage claim area. There may be an additional charge for extra baggage. Taxis are required to offer a credit card payment option.
Shuttle service is available from the airport to the hotels in the CBD for $20.00 (per person, one-way) or $38.00 (per person, round-trip). Three bags per person. Call 1-866-596-2699 or 504-522-3500 for more details or to make a reservation. Advance reservations are required 48 hours prior to travel for all ADA accessible transfers. Please call in advance of your travel date for the specially-equipped shuttle to be reserved. Ticket booths on the lower level in the baggage claim area. www.airportshuttleneworleans.com
Airport Limousine is the official limousine service for Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY). Convenient kiosks are located in the baggage claim area and no hassle curbside pickups are available. Rates begin at $58 for 1 or 2 passengers. Visit their web site for more information/reservations www.airportlimousineneworleans.com.
Union Station is located at 1001 Loyola Avenue in New Orleans. Amtrak does not provide transportation to or from the airport. Passengers should use limousine, public bus, or taxi service to reach the station. www.amtrak.com
From the airport follow signs for I-10
From the East on Interstate 10
From the West on Interstate 10
From the West Bank
Network with others who are at the intersection of health, wellness, and real estate. Add to the conversation, and learn with your colleagues, in this important new movement. The WELL Conference is purposefully designed with date and location proximity to Greenbuild, the largest and most important green building event in the world. Come early for the WELL Conference, and stay for Greenbuild.
Tickets are $225 if you register before September 15; after that, they are $250. You can purchase tickets HERE. Tickets include breakfast, and lunch, and coffee break, keynotes, and breakout sessions.
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