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.
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May 6-7, 2019, Scottsdale, AZ
It’s a very different future for higher education facilities. Higher education directives aimed at campus and student life, new learning space, space utilization, revenue generation, enrollment and demographic forecasts, flexibility, collaboration, and shared use of physical and financial resources are transforming decisions and plans for all types of academic space and new capital projects.
September 30-October 1, 2019, Boston
Tradeline’s 31st annual animal research facilities conference details best-in-class planning, design, construction, and operational strategies for animal research space. This includes new space types, facility features, equipment solutions, and LEAN operating models that are being put in place to improve space utilization, enhance room and microenvironmental data collection, integrate highly specialized research models, improve regulatory and certification compliance, lower operating and labor costs, and increase program and facility flexibility. Here you’ll see leading-edge examples of, and get the decision-making rationales for, the latest facility renovation, modernization, and upgrade initiatives.
October 28-29, 2019, Austin, TX
A transformation is underway in university facility and space planning models for the sciences, engineering, and advanced technologies. The drivers are widespread program convergence, experiential learning platforms, the boom in maker culture and entrepreneurism, and market demand for highly-skilled, work-ready graduates in newly emerging, heavily funded high-technology programs.
November 7-8, 2019, San Diego, CA
Higher space utilization, lower occupancy cost, reduced footprint, increased human and organizational performance, improved workplace experience, higher recruiting power, and healthier work environments – this is the new space planning and management proposition.