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.

  • University Facilities 2020

    September 28-29, 2020, Scottsdale, AZ

    Attend this conference to get details on how new academic priorities are shaping facility plans and space planning initiatives at leading institutions for a very different academic future.

  • Research Facilities 2020

    October 12-13, 2020, Austin, TX

    At this conference you’ll get the new metrics, facility features, and capital project strategies for the major changes now occurring in high-technology and research laboratory work environments. The content of this conference has major planning implications for your research facilities, R&D workspace, and lab space renovations, upgrades, and expansions.

  • Animal Research Facilities 2020

    October 15-16, 2020, Austin, TX

    At the 32nd annual animal research facilities conference, you’ll see leading-edge examples of, and get the decision-making rationales for, the latest facility renovation, new construction, and operations improvement initiatives.

  • Space Strategies 2020

    November 9-10, 2020, St. Petersburg, FL

    Healthier work environments, higher space utilization, lower occupancy cost, reduced footprint, increased human and organizational performance, improved workplace experience, and higher recruiting power – this is the new space planning and management proposition.

    Attend this conference to learn the new space utilization metrics, analytical techniques, space planning formulas, interior design concepts, space allocation solutions, technology systems, and cost models to meet your organization’s goals for:

  • University Facilities for the Sciences and Advanced Technologies 2020 FALL

    November 12-13, 2020, St. Petersburg, FL

    At this conference you’ll get the details on the newly emerging, multi-program science, engineering, and advanced technology capital project and planning initiatives that are changing the face of higher education campuses.

    Students, grant funding programs, researchers, and the market at large are all demanding advanced technology capabilities beyond the campus norm. New construction, renovation, and space planning initiatives are delivering totally new space types, program colocations, and layouts, and very different physical infrastructure platforms needed for: