Presented by the Designers Lighting Forum of New York

March 12-13, 2019

New York Hilton Midtown, 1335 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10019

2019 Lighting in an IPD Process

Lighting in an IPD Process

Sara Gally, NCDIQ; Daryl Bodewin, HDR; Paul Daniel, HDR

Wednesday, March 13
9:00am – 10:30am
Room: Gibson
Credits: 1.5 AIA LU


The IPD (Integrated Project Delivery) describes a new trend in Architecture which reminds us of the traditional Gothic Architecture. The panel consisting of a discipline leader, a lighting designer and an interior designer, will discuss the process for the New Pavilion for the University of Pennsylvania in detail. The discussion will include how it involves the client, the designers and the construction team. The process and the colocation provide different challenges and advantages which will be presented. The financial aspect with the Live Target Value Design will be explained with examples. Hands on coordination as well as mockups have great impact on a design for IPD. The value of performing multiple mockups will be discussed.


Sara Gally, NCDIQ
Sara Gally is an interior designer specializing in the design of Healthcare Facilities, working with multidisciplinary teams to deliver complex architectural projects. Her passion is designing beautiful spaces that impact people and improve their quality of life in some way, whether it is how efficiently they work, how effectively the collaborate, or how quickly they heal. In addition to her work in the professional architectural field, Sara has a passion for teaching. She has over 10 years experience teaching at the university level, specifically interior design studios focused on Human Behavior and Design Demographics, as well as an undergraduate course for Design Visualization.

Daryl Bodewin, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, NCARB, HDR
Daryl brings over 20 years of delivering projects for a diverse range of clients and working within a diverse range of delivery methods. He is known for his management skills and solutions-driven approach to project delivery. Essential to this process is to understand clients’ needs and the challenges around the project and to be able to tailor a delivery process specific for that project’s success.

He has relevant large project experience in New York City and other metropolitan areas, working with large, multi-disciplinary teams of designers, engineers and contractors to deliver large, complex urban projects.

Paul Daniel, HDR
Paul is a Senior Lighting Designer at HDR specializing in lighting design for Healthcare and Science and Technology facilities. Paul received multiple lighting design awards from IESNA and led multiple presentations at the IES local Philadelphia. Paul has also been a speaker at bi-yearly events such as Illuminate Philadelphia. Paul’s intuition in lighting design, overall experience as well as his technical expertise achieved multiple award winning projects such as Hartford hospital and GE Oil and Gas Center. With 20 years of expertise, Paul mentors fellow designers in the Philadelphia area and in his old school; Parsons school of Design.