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CASH Annual Conference on School Facilities
The 39th CASH (California’s Coalition for Adequate Student Housing) Annual Conference on School Facilities will highlight the opportunities and challenges for school districts and their private sector partners presented by the implementation of Proposition 51. With school facility projects continuing to face state and local requirements that challenge districts to plan and complete projects on time and under budget, this year’s conference will cover topics that allow you to take advantage of Proposition 51 and how it can support your school building program. Join Architect Shari Gratke during the workshop From Concept to Reality, What Works and What Doesn’t? Using the Built Environment to Achieve Better Outcomes on February 27 from 2:30-4:30pm.
BioWales is the flagship event for the life sciences sector in Wales, and has established itself as one of the UK’s leading life science conferences. Now in its 16th year, the event returns to the Wales Millennium Centre on the 7th March 2018.The theme of this year’s event is Innovation, Partnerships and Prosperity.
IBI Group will be exhibiting at the conference to discuss how Science is powered by Partnerships, and how our Partnerships with welsh institutions can in turn inspire innovation. By embracing these values, we are able to design the research environments of tomorrow.
MIPIM, the premier real estate event, gathers the most influential players from all sectors of the international property industry for four days of networking, learning and transaction. This year, IBI Group is a proud partner for the Manchester at MIPIM delegation. Join Directors, Justin Harris, Seamus Lennon, and Neil Lewin as they share our ideas to create a smarter urban future for this contemporary, dynamic, and forward looking city.
ACSA Annual Meeting
Architecture poses unavoidable ethical challenges and is inevitably entangled in questions of power and legitimation. During ACSA’s 106th Annual Meeting, The Ethical Imperative will seek to solicit wide reflection on the ethical challenges of architecture in a world in flux. Project Manager, Deborah Richmond, will be presenting at the Housing & Community Development Workshop on March 14, discussing housing and community development projects and practices that promote equity and ecology in the built environment.