Whether you are preparing for an upcoming project or looking for solutions and ideas to current challenges; Education Estates – the largest gathering of Education Buildings Professionals from across the UK, will enable you to achieve your objectives.
The Exhibition is a unique marketplace where manufacturers and providers can meet decision-makers and specifiers, make new contacts, generate leads and new product ideas, and identify current and emerging opportunities in the education sector.
The Conference features over 90 speakers, with specialist content streams for Schools, Colleges & Universities and Asset Management & Maintenance. Lively and authoritative, it’s THE professional gathering for everyone concerned with education’s built environment.
The Next Generation of Learning Spaces’ sessions include:
· Designing Educational Spaces for Young People with Autism – Lucy Healy, Architect, HLM Architects
· Designing for Efficiency – Paul Gott, Practice Team Leader, Architecture, Atkins
· Designing Knockroon – Rupert Goddard, Partner, Sheppard Robson
· Achieving an “Outstanding” Level of Consistency Across the Tauheedul Estate – David Holland, Executive Director: Capital Programmes – Tauheedul Education Trust and Robert Paterson, Senior Project Manager, Turner & Townsend
· The Science Centre, Uppingham School – John McRae, Co-Owner, Orms
· The School Sites Challenge – Design and Build Implications – Claire Jackson, Education Director, Galliford Try
· New School in the Green Belt – How We Did It – Jeremy Hinds, Planning Team Director, Savills
· Designing for Learning in Urban Contexts – Richard Sharp, Director, Rock Townsend
· School Estate Management – What Does “Good” Look Like? This is a joint EFA Capital presentation by Catherine Jenkins, Head of Capital Efficiency and Capability and Victoria Baker, Head of Strategic Projects and Casework.
To view the full two day conference programme and the speaker list go to www.educationestates.com