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Research Facilities Design and Development

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 27/05/2015 - 29/05/2015
All Day

Location
AERIAL UTS FUNCTION CENTRE, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA

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Strategies to Build and Maintain Cutting-Edge Facilities through:

  • SPACE UTILISATION
  • SUSTAINABILITY AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY
  • FLEXIBLE, COLLABORATIVE AND COMPETITIVE RESEARCH FACILITIES
  • MAXIMUM COST EFFICIENCY

Research facilities require special features and considerations when it comes to architecture, construction, engineering, operation and sustainability. Organisations are actively seeking to attract more sponsorship and revenue through world-leading research. In order to achieve this objective the design, construction, operation and the maintenance of compliant, state of the art research facilities is critical.

Research Facilities Design and Development (RFDD) draws together the fundamentals of new build and retrofit research facilities in Australia. The focus is upon transforming aging stock, managing ventilation and airflow, creating flexible and adaptable spaces whilst ensuring maximum sustainability and energy efficiency. With case studies from the most innovative and latest design principles in Australia, the learning potential in unparalleled.

Are you ready to discover new methods for designing, planning and adapting research facilities? Are you looking for further opportunities for cost saving?

Then join us next May as we discuss first-hand accounts of HOW to meet the latest design guidelines and thinking, and ensure effective safety and risk control measures are in place. We tackle HOW to maximise cost savings with an efficient and optimised ventilation system, sourcing the latest lab furniture and equipment and reveal HOW your peers are using new planning and modeling technologies to avoid costly design mistakes, whilst harnessing shared equipment, facilities, and resources.


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