Universities are continuously competing for the best and brightest minds to be part of their academic community. The best colleges are tasked with creating innovative spaces to complement their premier academics to attract the top echelon of students and faculty researchers.
The Campus Facilities Summit convenes the heads of facilities, capital planning, construction and engineering from the top colleges and universities across the country. It is created as an intimate, invitation-only executive conference providing a relaxed environment to connect with these leaders that oversee all aspects of design and construction.
The Campus Facilities Summit has transformed the way executives participate in conferences by creating memorable, collaborative and effective experiences. Through smaller, targeted sessions, we focus on continuous improvement for Chief Facilities Officers, AVP of Facilities, Directors of Construction and other top executives in facilities, design and construction.
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Welcome Cocktail Reception
Dr. Robert Fisher, President, Belmont University
Breakfast & Itinerary Pick-up
Driving Savings through Data Analytics While Boosting Productivity
Shane Conklin, Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities & Campus Services, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Dan Okoli, Vice President Capital Planning & Campus Operations, Northern Arizona University
Doing More with Less – Finding Efficiencies During Tight Budget Years
John Heckmann, Associate Vice President Facilities Management and Campus Services, Northern Illinois University
Dispelling the Facilities Arms Race Myth
John Roberson, CEO, Advent
Streamlining Renovation Projects to Remain On Time & Budget
Jeffrey Benjamin, Assistant Vice President, Facilities Services, University of Houston
Deferred Maintenance Plan – Getting to $0
Thomas Morrison, Vice President of Capital Planning & Facilities, Indiana University
Data Driven Efficiencies
Kathy Jones, Associate Vice President, Facilities Engineering & Planning Rice University
Terie McClintock, Director, Business Analytics, Rice University
Strategic Facilities Visioning
David Kang, Vice Chancellor for Infrastructure and Sustainability and Chief Facilities Officer, University of Colorado
Prescheduled One-to-One Meetings:
Each participating solution provider and attendees will have pre-summit access to our matching software that allows you to completely customize your meeting agenda. The password protected website provides the information needed to make your selections on who you want to meet with.
Exceptional Networking Opportunities
We strive to maximize your face-to-face time by providing a multitude of avenues to engage the senior executives in attendance. The agenda incorporates cocktail receptions, networking lunches and a specially selected offsite dinner at a nearby venue. Leverage the meeting’s relaxed atmosphere and after hours networking activities to build strong personal relationships with current and future clients.
The 2017 summit was very beneficial to me. It reminded me that we need to continue to value our facilities and staff who are responsible for these critical assets. The experience will make me look at some things differently.Executive Senior Associate AD
University of Texas at Austin
The overall experience was amazing. It far surpassed my expectations. Normally, it is hard to engage in genuine conversations with representatives that are open and truly interested in your product/company. The way the summit allowed true vendor/client integration is second to none. Whether it was keynote speaker sessions, socials, dinners, roundtables, we had exposure from the time we set foot in the hotel. In my 7+ years in my industry, I have never experienced a conference/show/summit like this one.Sales Executive
Great venue and very well organized. Thought folks were well cared for and things flowed well. I like the one-on-one with vendors.Associate AD
Air Force Academy
As a first time attendee, I knew I would enjoy the speakers and but really found the one on one meeting with vendors to as productive. The flow from program to vendor meeting was easy and allowed a break from each as the time at each was just right.Senior Associate AD
Mississippi State University
Great event this year. Quality meetings – pace was excellent, no one felt pressured. There were many open dialogues. CAFS is one of the best events I attend.North American Manager