Upcoming Conferences

We hope you will join us for this year's conferences. Click the conference titles below for more detailed information (usually available approximately four months prior to each meeting). The most current information on these conferences is available through this Web site.

  • Strategic Facility and Space Planning for Science and Research

    April 20-21
    Hyatt Regency Scottsdale
    Scottsdale, AZ

    The new wave of strategic planning for science and research facilities involves decision-making on everything from facility modernization and expansion, asset allocations, new standards for research work environments, competitive and economical science teaching spaces, and efficient and flexible infrastructure, to new models for operating costs, economic capital investments, and profitable institutional alliances and partnerships.  At this conference you’ll learn how new strategic plans for science and research facilities are successfully being developed and implemented to address these top strategic planning issues.

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  • Core Facilities 2015

    May 4-5
    The Vinoy Renaissance Resort
    St. Petersburg, FL

    This conference focuses on the new planning, cost, and functional requirements for design, construction, administration, and operation of core facilities that include animal research, biocontainment, cell manipulation and processing, tissue science, imaging/microscopy, cGMP, diagnostics, clean room, clinical research, simulation, nanotechnology, informatics, high-performance computing, multi-function, and other emerging high-tech support facilities. Attend this conference to check your plans, processes, and new high-tech facility initiatives against what leading institutions are doing to deliver high-performance core facilities.

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  • Research Facilities 2015

    May 7-8
    The Vinoy Renaissance Resort
    St. Petersburg, FL

    Major new initiatives to upgrade, expand, and construct research facilities are picking up speed! Old obsolete infrastructure is no longer competitive. New leadership is ushering in exciting new research agendas.  New partnership models and funding sources are emerging.   And the window on a favorable construction market (and construction costs) is starting to close. Attend this conference to learn the new research facility features, space standards, data, metrics, analytical planning methods, cost benchmarks, and timing for contracts and cost savings that you and your institution should be planning on.

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  • Facility Strategies for Animal Research and Biocontainment

    October 5-6
    The Westin Copley Place
    Boston, MA

    Tradeline’s 27th annual animal research and biocontainment conference details the new standards and solutions for lower operating and labor costs, flexibility, high space utilization, and facility decisions relative to recurring directional shifts in research and species, regulatory compliance, safety, and security.  Here you’ll see leading-edge examples of facility renovations and upgrades, new equipment offerings, and new plans for animal and biocontainment programs in new buildings. 
     

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  • College and University Science Facilities 2015

    October 19-20
    The Westin Copley Place
    Boston, MA

    Attend this conference (27th annual!) to benchmark your plans for renovations, expansions, new construction, and operations for academic research and science and engineering teaching facilities against what leading peer institutions are doing. Here you’ll get details on new solutions for high space utilization, cost and capital savings, multi-use buildings, shared resources, flexibility, energy use, and new environments for collaborative processes and recruitment.

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  • Space Strategies 2015

    November 16-17
    Hilton San Diego Mission Bay Resort
    San Diego, CA

    This conference details new space planning and space management strategies (metrics, policies, processes, technologies, tools, and facility planning concepts) that are delivering major financial, productivity, and work-culture gains in academic, private sector, and government workplaces.

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  • Facility Strategies for Academic Medical and Health Science Centers 2015

    November 19-20
    Hilton San Diego Mission Bay Resort
    San Diego, CA

    Attend this conference to get the details on how leading academic medical, nursing, and allied health institutions are: aligning academic programs and physical assets to new healthcare economic conditions and opportunities, improving space utilization, modernizing existing facilities, formulating new capital projects, creating new collaborative learning and work environments, lowering operational costs.   

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