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the higher education estates forum 21st & 22nd March 2019 at Warwick University, Coventry


Each year the higher education estates forum brings together sector professionals to hear from experts, explore suppliers and network with their peers. It has been specifically developed to help you better fund, deliver and manage the facilities and estates in this challenging and competitive sector.


it designed for? University education estates & facilities professionals, colleges, architects, ors, project managers, M&E consultants - who all attend as complimentary delegates. In o the manufacturers, suppliers and service providers delivering projects in this sector.


work? Over one and a half days there’s a packed schedule of seminars, tailored one-to-one ings, networking and an extensive social programme at this fully CPD-certified event.


ormation email info@hee-forum.co.uk or call 020 8288 1080


As a project delegate, your complimentary place includes:


• Access to all speaker sessions


• Networking with the most prominent companies involved in the design, build, management and delivery of higher education estates and facilities


• A tailored meeting schedule with companies most relevant to your estates/projects/facilities


• Business opportunities with your fellow project delegates


Executive accommodation, all meals, drinks receptions and gala dinner on hursday evening


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