The Big Ten strategic planning and management issues that this conference addresses are:
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.
Attend this conference to get ahead of the biocontainment facilities planning curve with the new facility standards, strategies, and solutions that are delivering more efficient facility operations, cost-effective upgrades, and capital-saving research facility expansions involving the full spectrum of high-containment facility configurations -- BSL rooms, suite of BSL spaces, floors, entire buildings, and pre-fabricated containment modules.
This is Tradeline's 34th annual conference on planning, capital projects, operations and maintenance, cost control for research labs and research facilities.
Attend this conference to learn the new planning models, standards, and designs for research facilities that are producing next-generation labs and lab buildings featuring:
Major new academic medical, health science, and allied health initiatives are being built on integrated planning models for facilities, academic programs, and finance and new physical and virtual collaborative links between research, education, and clinical care. Attend this conference to check your plans, processes, and initiatives against what leading peer institutions are doing and how they are successfully implementing changes.
This conference details new space planning and 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.
Here you'll learn what the successful new space planning and management strategies are, how they are being successfully implemented, and how change is being managed to:
This is the meeting to get up to speed on the innovative new concepts and strategies for facilities and academic science and engineering programs that are successfully expanding research and teaching capacities, raising institutional competitiveness, and improving bottom-line financial results with minimum outlays of capital.
Attend this conference to get the details on how leading peer institutions have made a quantum leap forward in cost reduction, operational efficiency, research flexibility, health and safety, and compliance with new technology applications, process improvements, and facility modernizations and upgrades.