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.

For information on speaking or presenting at upcoming conferences, please see Abstract Submittal Deadlines

  • College & University Science and Engineering Facilities 2016 SPRING

    Facility elements for teaching and research program success
    April 4-5
    Hyatt Regency Scottsdale
    Scottsdale, AZ

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    Attend this conference to benchmark your plans for renovations, expansions, and new construction for academic research and teaching facilities against what leading peer institutions are doing. Here you’ll get details on specific components that accommodate growth, improve teaching and research outcomes, improve recruitment of students and faculty, increase efficiency of resources (space, budgets, and core technology), increase scalability and flexibility, integrate science and engineering disciplines, boost collaboration, connectivity and interaction, and reduce capital and operating costs.

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  • Research Facilities 2016

    The big shift in plans, metrics, and models for labs, offices, cores, and support space
    May 2-3
    Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
    Boston

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    Tradeline’s 36th annual conference on research facilities focuses on the big sweeping changes that are occurring in research facility space allocation, utilization concepts, wet-damp-dry lab types, lab/office planning, support space and core research facilities, and capital and operating costs. The content of this conference has major planning implications for research facility and lab renovations, upgrades, new construction and expansions.

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  • Space Strategies 2016

    New Models and Metrics * Workspace * Utilization * Collaboration * Strategic Plans * Financial Impacts
    May 5-6
    Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
    Boston

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    This conference details the new space planning, management, and utilization strategies (metrics, processes, cost models, technologies, tools, and facility planning concepts) that are delivering big gains in the financial performance, productivity, and work cultures of academic institutions, corporations, and government agencies. This is the opportunity to benchmark your plans and network with industry peers to learn how the new space strategies and workspace models are being implemented and what results are being achieved.

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  • Facility Strategies for Animal Research and Biocontainment 2016

    Adaptability * Upgrades * Affordability * Safety/Security * Space Utilization * Efficient Systems
    October 17-18
    Hyatt Regency Scottsdale
    Scottsdale, AZ

    Tradeline’s 28th annual conference on planning, renovation, construction, operations, and compliance of animal research and biocontainment facilities details new standards and solutions for energy reduction, lower operational costs, regulatory and certification compliance, space utilization, flexibility, building controls, and facility planning decisions relative to recurring directional shifts in research and species, safety, and security. Here you’ll see leading-edge examples of facility renovations, upgrades, and expansions, and new plans for animal and biocontainment programs in new bui

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  • Facility Strategies for Academic Medicine and the Health Sciences 2016

    New Directions * Integrated Plans and Programs * Core Facilities * High Space Utilization
    October 20-21
    Hyatt Regency Scottsdale
    Scottsdale, AZ

    At this conference you’ll get details on facility planning, design, space management, and operating strategies being implemented by peer academic institutions in response to new directions in healthcare and new integration requirements for academic medicine, allied health, and health science programs. At issue is the alignment of facilities with new program strategies, business models, and finance.  Details of these new facility strategies involve new decisions on space allocations and management, the sharing of resources, collaborative workspace, flexibility, program collo

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  • College and University Science and Engineering Facilities 2016 FALL

    Interdisciplinary Space Planning * Mixed Teaching and Research * Collaboration * Modernization
    October 27-28
    The Westin Copley Place
    Boston, MA

    Attend this conference to benchmark your plans for renovations, expansions, new construction, and operations for STEM teaching and research 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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