5 July 2016
Steinberg’s Kim Patten will present at SCUP International 51
Come see our Steinberg team at this year’s SCUP International Conference, July 9-13 in Vancouver, BC! Steinberg’s Kim Patten will be presenting with fellow architects from CannonDesign on planning frameworks for modern research facilities.
Planning Research Facilities When Users Aren’t Identified Yet
Tuesday, July 12, from 9:45AM–11:15AM in 202-204
Presented by: Jill Kurth, Associate Vice President, CannonDesign | Kimberley A. Patten, Associate Principal, Steinberg | Edmundo Soltero, Assistant Vice President and University Architect, Arizona State University | Mark Whiteley, Principal, CannonDesign
Institutions struggle to plan for research needs when users are not identified or hired. Institutions need the tools to create and implement a framework for decision making that goes beyond flexibility to align metrics, budget, financial impact and outcomes, and the ability to project timeframe for cost recovery. This session will give examples from multiple institutions that strategically and physically planned modern research facilities when user involvement was not possible. We will outline challenges and share resolutions that any institution can use.
Our Steinberg team will also be at Booth #22 in the exhibit hall showcasing our use of augmented and virtual realities to create a more student focused campus experience.
See you in Vancouver!
Details can be found here