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.
Attend this conference to make certain your institution is keeping pace with the renovation, expansion, and new construction initiatives peer institutions are implementing to achieve success in education, discovery, and innovation in engineering, health sciences, biological/physical sciences, robotics, A.I./data sciences, and other high priority programs.
Make this a key planning event to get your project stakeholders (capital project people, facility planners, facility engineers, consulting architects and engineers, science, engineering, and technology program chairs, deans, faculty members, research program leaders, financial officers, and operations managers) on the same planning page with respect to the details, numbers, processes, and expectations. Consulting architects and engineers must register with their clients.
PLUS! Join this special pre-conference course on October 27th:
The Fundamentals of Planning and Design of University Science and Engineering Facilities
PLUS! Tour these outstanding local facilities:
Engineering Education and Research Center (EERC) at University of Texas at Austin
Gates Computer Science Complex and Dell Computer Science Hall at University of Texas at Austin
Welch Hall College of Natural Sciences Renovations at University of Texas at Austin
Norman Hackerman Building at University of Texas at Austin
Who should attend?
Conference registration is open to those employed at universities, colleges, and junior colleges, and their invited project teams including project managers, facility planners, lab planners, space planners, campus architects, facility engineering and operations managers, academic science, technology, and engineering deans, faculty, and research program administrators. Consulting architects and engineers must register with their client project team. Pre-conference courses are open regardless of affiliation. All paid attendees of the pre-conference courses may register for full conference regardless of affiliation.