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

  • Space Strategies 2016

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

    Click here to view the agenda.

    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.

  • 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

    Six primary objectives are driving the new round of initiatives for animal research and biocontainment facility upgrades, expansions, and operations:
    1) Accreditation, certification, and regulatory compliance,
    2) Reduced energy and operational costs,
    3) Improved space utilization,
    4) Flexibility and adaptability,
    5) HVAC upgrades and integrated control systems, and
    6) Improved safety and security.

    Attend the October Facility Strategies for Animal Research and Biocontainment conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, to see and learn the industry’s best-in-class facility solutions for successfully meeting these six primary objectives for ABSL-2/3 multi-species and BSL2/3 facilities.

  • Facility Strategies for Academic Medicine and the Health Sciences 2016

    New Directions * Strategic Plans * Space Planning and Management * Renewal/Modernization
    October 20-21
    Hyatt Regency Scottsdale
    Scottsdale, AZ

    New directions in healthcare are dramatically changing facility models, metrics, workspaces, and capital plans for academic medical and health science research and education.  New facility initiatives are now focusing on six top-priority issues:
    1. Improving space management and space utilization
    2. Recapturing, upgrading, and redistributing underperforming space
    3. Increasing facility flexibility for changing programs
    4. Strategic facilities planning for medical research and education, and links to patient care
    5. Planning new capital projects, facility renewal, and modernization initiatives
    6. Attracting and retaining researchers, students, and faculty

    Attend this conference to benchmark your institutional facility strategy and specific project plans against the new plans, metrics, and models that other institutions are putting in place.

  • 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

    Be in Boston October 27-28 to get your key project and program people in sync with new facility strategies, types of space, and systems that are now required for modern science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs.  This conference is the place to benchmark your plans for renovations, expansions, and new construction against what leading institutions are doing to successfully grow their teaching and research programs.

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