Allan Donnelly, associate director of brightspot strategy, will lead a second session on SCUP’s Campus Facilities Inventory (CFI), a national database that helps universities compare their campus development to peer institutions. To create clarity in future planning and development, the CFI resource helps colleges and universities confront the unprecedented technological, demographic, social, and economic changes behind campus planning decisions.
With contributions from Julian Parsley, partner at Buro Happold (photo), another SCUP session addresses the staggering challenge of achieving a net zero institution, and makes the case for adopting a whole-life carbon or WLC approach to achieve deep carbon reductions. With a fundamental understanding of carbon reduction, major institutions can evaluate opportunities across building lifecycles and use visual tools to communicate evidence-based data and encourage collaborative decision-making.
Talk: “Using SCUP’s Campus Facilities Inventory (CFI) to Inform Integrated Planning” (image)When: Monday, July 25, 9:50am PTWho: Allan Donnelly, associate director, brightspot strategy, a Buro Happold company
Talk: “A Tale of Two Planning Projects: The Frontiers of Science and Robotics”When: Tuesday, July 26. 11:10am PTWho: Elliot Felix, partner at Buro Happold and founder of higher education consultancy brightspot strategyAmanda Lorenzo, director of brightspot strategy and principal, Buro HappoldMatt Plecity, associate principal with GBBN ArchitectsBob Reppe, senior director of planning and design, Carnegie Mellon University.Talk: “Achieving Net Zero: Global Best Practices in Planning & Design”When: Tuesday, July 26, 1:30pm PTWho: Julian Parsley, partner at Buro HappoldMatthew Ollier, partner at Hawkins\BrownTrevor Wills, director of Estates at Nottingham Trent University.