An invite-only gathering of senior administrators from the nation’s leading colleges and universities

An invite-only gathering for facilities leaders
at the nation’s top colleges and universities.

2017 Speakers
Included:

THE EXPERIENCE

Intimate and personable…unlike a typical conference or tradeshow.

PEER SOURCED PROGRAM

The topics explored at the Higher Ed Facilities Forum are determined through our network of facilities leaders at the nation’s leading colleges and universities.

PARTNER STRATEGY MEETINGS

The unproductive days of aimlessly strolling an expo floor are over! In advance of the forum, participants are able to schedule face time with the supplier companies that interest them most.

QUALITY NETWORKING

Outside of the educational offerings, we know that a prime reason people attend conferences is to network. Which is why we carefully consider the social activities that take place at the event. HEFF provides numerous opportunities to establish meaningful relationships!

From the Blog…

  • University Facilities Leaders Share How They Recruit Talent

    As 10,000 Baby Boomers retire every day, a pronounced talent gap spells trouble for the facilities field. Whi
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  • Hollwich Kushner Makes Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Companies” List

    Marc Kushner, co-founder of Hollwich Kushner.
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  • Lessons from the Facilities Reorganization at UConn

    When Mike Jednak was hired as the Associate VP of Facilities Operations & Buildings Services at Universi
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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING…

Dave Irvin Assoc Vice Chancellor of Facilities Services
University of Tennessee
“The level of personal attention was unique and made for a top notch conference. Also had a number of good one-on-ones with several vendors generating some interesting info on products/services that might be beneficial for our campus.”
John Moore
Associate VP for Facilities
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
“Honestly, I believe this was the most beneficial conference I have attended. All of the sessions and activities were great for sharing of information, discussion or networking. I came away with pages of notes and a great deal of excitement.”
Mike Berthelsen
Chief Development Officer
University of Minnesota
“The Forum presents a good opportunity to interact with senior leadership at similar institutions working on similar problems. I learn both from listening to their case studies and from spending time with them individually.”

THE WOODLANDS RESORT
THE WOODLANDS, TX

The 2018 Higher Ed Facilities Forum will be hosted at The Woodlands Resort. A mere 30 minutes from downtown Houston, Texas, a world of intoxicating beauty awaits. Tucked away within the Texas Piney Woods on 28,000 acres of natural forest, The Woodlands Resort is an ideal destination and an exceptional venue for meetings, conferences and building memorable relationships.

Some people get lost in the forest – others find themselves.

REQUEST AN INVITE TO ATTEND

Participation in the Higher Ed Facilities Forum is exclusive to senior university administrators. If you lead facilities planning, design, construction and operations at a college or university please request an invite by providing your info below.

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