Strategic facility planning for the new face of integrated medical research and learning

Senior Principal | Director of Engineering
Principal | Architect | Laboratory Planner

Innovation in human health, translational medicine, and biomedical sciences has created the impetus for new university facilities that change the face of research and learning. Session leaders examine how these new opportunities should inform macro-level planning for institutional programs, strategic visioning, and early stakeholder engagement. They utilize data and benchmarking for enrollment, facility quality, energy use, space utilization, and research expenditure allocation to forecast facility use and future space needs. They outline revenue growth strategies and profile case studies from multiple higher education research and medical institutions.

Continuing Education
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