Healthy and resilient buildings and why they are important to airports
Join us for this exclusive interview with International Airport Review Editor, Holly Miles and Anthony Bernheim, Healthy & Resilient Buildings Programme Manager at San Francisco International Airport.
This conversation took place at Passenger Terminal Expo 2023 in Amsterdam and was a very interesting discussion around healthy buildings and why they are important to airports, sick building syndrome, clean air, building related illnesses, the resilience of buildings in cases such as earthquakes and in the context of a changing climate, how SFO Airport is tackling these issues of health and resilience, and the biggest threats to airports.
Listen now to this exclusive podcast and learn something new!
About the interviewee
Anthony Bernheim is currently the Healthy and Resilient Buildings Programme Manager at San Francisco International Airport, and is currently responsible for the management of the Net Zero Energy programme (sustainability, adaptation, resilience, regeneration) which focuses on planetary and human health.
Previously. he focused on the Activation Planning Services programme (commissioning, activation, simulation) within Project Management, Design and Construction at San Francisco International Airport.
On the forefront of sustainability, and on reimagining the built environment and its impact on human health, Anthony Bernheim is a visionary and respected leader in energy efficient, decarbonised, and high-performance building.
Beginning as early as the 1980s he has devoted his career to pioneering the impact of buildings on global health, indoor environmental quality, and human health. He has a record of designing and implementing a holistic approach to sustainability and resilience; contributing to improving global health and human health, including comfort, and wellness in the built environment.