Please click the titles below for details on the courses and workshops being offered in conjuction with this conference.
What you will learn: This course provides an introductory-level primer on planning and management of physical space for higher education. The course includes basic space planning and management vocabulary and concepts, and details the fundamental policies, processes, practices, analytical tools, and database management concepts involved in developing and implementing a space management plan for colleges and universities.
Who should attend: This course is open to all facility planners and designers, space planners and managers, facility managers, resource and space analysis managers, financial planners, real estate portfolio/campus managers, architects, engineers, and consultants.
Space is limited and enrollment is subject to approval.
$1,190 Fundamentals Course only
$1,050 with registration to two-day conference
(Fees include course materials, continental breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunch)
What you will learn: This workshop will provide an overview of post-pandemic space planning trends based on national benchmarking studies and will include an examination of case studies, tools, practical advice, hands-on activities, and discussions so that participants can apply the lessons learned to their own campuses. Session leaders will provide a roadmap to guide the transformation of institutional spaces, services, and systems. Participants will actively participate in discussions and activities and leave with next steps for helping their institution create a more resilient and equitable campus.
Who should attend: This workshop is open to all facility planners and designers, building systems engineers and operators, space planners and programmers, facility managers, resource and space analysis managers, financial planners, and real estate portfolio/campus managers, as well as architects, engineers, and consultants.