Thanks to everyone who joined us for our highly popular ISHE Education / Purdue ASHE Chapter meeting.
The meeting featured educational sessions from ASHE covering the latest hot topics in healthcare engineering including infection control. This is also your opportunity to meet, encourage and even recruit the next generation of healthcare engineering students from Purdue University.
A certificate with your contact hours / CEU’s can be found in the ISHE member area.
The event was sponsored by BELFOR PropertyRestoration
Location: This event is in Purdue’s Stewart Center (128 Memorial Mall) room 320. This building is just west of the Purdue Memorial Student Union. Parking will be in the public garage on Grant Street at 120 N. Grant Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907. To get to the event after parking, you will walk across the street, through the Union and into Stewart Center.
Tim Adams, FASHE, CHFM, CHC
Director, Member Professional Development
American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE)
Tim Adams, FASHE, CHFM, CHC, is the director of member professional development for the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) and is involved in the areas of education, code and standard compliance, and advocacy. Tim has nearly 25 years of experience in the health care physical environment and compliance, with more than 20 years working directly with hospitals in the areas of clinical engineering and facilities management. He represents ASHE members on advocacy issues, and is a long-term faculty member for ASHE educational programs as well as a frequent speaker at ASHE and other regional and national conferences. Tim is a former president of the Indiana Society for Healthcare Engineering (ISHE) and the Indiana Biomedical Society (IBS).
Associate Professor of Practice
Brad has been working in the construction industry for over 20 years. In 2009, Benhart furthered his commitment to construction education by accepting a position at Purdue University in their Building Construction Management program. Brad is focused on construction supervision, healthcare construction, construction administration, scheduling, project controls, and strategic planning. His position allows him to further develop construction education and be an industry advocate for the next generation of builders. His previous position was that of Vice President with Pepper Construction Company of Chicago, IL. While at Pepper, Brad was a group leader who managed multiple projects ranging from $100k to $250 million dollars. He has been actively involved in construction education and training his entire career. He has also been an adjunct professor at Northwestern University in civil engineering and has actively taught and trained many employees in the industry.