|2-D As-Built Floor Plans|
The only professional as-built company with the powerful Building Surveyor software, serving educational facilities worldwide. Our advanced Bluetooth technology eliminates paper and dramatically reduces labor, producing fast, precise plans at a lower cost to architects and facilities managers. Complete architectural detail available. Our hard-copy report includes CAD files, PDFs, and expert color-coded department or BOMA calculations and marketing materials to your specifications. Ideal for CAFM and BIM base files. Free travel on most projects.
Acoustic, audiovisual, and vibration issues for occupants of higher education facilities are both quantitative and qualitative in nature. Acentech’s technologically immersive booth will present the latest developments allowing planners and designers create more functional, more user-friendly spaces on campus. From examples of predictive 3DListening® models to bring-your-own-device (BYOD) classroom capabilities, to real-time remote monitoring of vibrations for highly sensitive research spaces, Acentech’s team of consultants are excited to introduce SCUP-52 attendees to the future of developing the ultimate college campus.
|Ayers Saint Gross|
Ayers Saint Gross has been a long time contributor to knowledge at SCUP, having distributed free research and information to attendees since 1998 through our Comparing Campuses posters. We continue to switch up our formula to explore relevant topics and present them in a meaningful way that the university attendees have appreciated. We will continue to bring this significant data to SCUP for years to come.
|Barco Visual Systems|
Barco provides wireless collaboration solutions empowering connectivity, information exchange and interactivity to enable academic institutions to tailor their educational approach to generations of students who have grown up with mobile technology.
|Bruner/Cott & Associates, Inc.|
As sustainability moves beyond recycling, many colleges and universities are undertaking sustainability-oriented integrated campus planning in the form of efficient new buildings, low-impact infrastructure, and greening their existing buildings. Institutions are discovering how sustainability pursuits can strengthen their educational mission, values, and goals— and make them leaders in the academic community. The R.W. Kern Center at Hampshire College, now pursuing certification under the Living Building Challenge, exemplifies this, a physical embodiment of institutional commitment to sustainability.
Campus Labs empowers institutions to make valuable connections with their data. We offer a complete set of integrated solutions for areas such as assessment, retention, teaching and learning, student engagement, and institutional effectiveness. We’re proud to serve more than 1,000 public and private colleges and universities.
|Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.|
CEC's exhibit space provides a welcoming atmosphere that encourages dialogue and strives to send visitors away with helpful information and a plan for next steps; whether that involves a follow-up conversation, or providing a published article, white paper or presentation for a visitor's consideration. CEC offers critical planning expertise, we welcome these opportunities as a way to discuss challenges we have overcome, trends we are seeing and incorporating in our practice, and success stories for implementing sustainable, cost-effective solutions.
|Convergent Technologies Design Group, Inc.|
Convergent Technologies Provides Audiovisual Systems Telecommunications Cabling Systems, Security Systems,and Acoustics, Noise & Vibration Control design services to support technology initiatives at institutions across the country
Cooper Carry is a dynamic, context-driven design firm. Our projects are crafted to enrich the experience and knowledge of the people who interact with them for a day or a lifetime. An internationally recognized team of design professionals, with vast experience in Higher Education and Science & Technology projects, subscribe to the philosophy of connecting people to place. Since our founding in 1960, we have our reputation for our attention to detail, thoughtful design and client service is unparalleled.
Visitors to the Corbin Design booth will learn how an effective wayfinding and signage system can enhance the visitor experience, create a strong first impression and increase campus safety. Our wayfinding systems merge logic, language and visual design to help people find their way through complex environments more comfortably and more successfully.
|Country Casual Teak|
Established in 1977, Country Casual Teak is the nation’s leading specialist in solid teak outdoor furniture. With a focus on high quality materials, time-tested construction, classic designs, and continuing innovation, our outdoor furniture and accessories are built to stand the test of time. With an extensive client list including gardens, schools, businesses, wineries, parks, museums, and many more, we have 40 years of experience in providing top-notch customer service to multiple industries.
CRB is a global service provider of engineers, architects, constructors and consultants driven to deliver the right solutions to life science and advanced technology clients. Founded in 1984, we have grown to a team of more than 900 passionate professionals in 15 offices worldwide. CRB’s single-minded focus on putting our clients’ interests first – every day, on every project – defines us as a firm.
Cumming was established in 1996 as a project management and cost consultancy committed to adding value and delivering results. Now in our 20th year in business, Cumming — with more than 500 professionals spread across 27 offices in the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East — has evolved into one of the construction industry’s largest, fastest growing, and most successful independent consulting companies. This growth and success over the years is the direct result of our continuous focus on clients.
The experienced team members at DaVinci Roofscapes develop and manufacture industry-leading polymer slate and shake roofing systems with an authentic look and superior performance. DaVinci leads the industry in the greatest selection of colors, tile thickness and tile width variety. The company’s reliable products have a Lifetime Limited Material Warranty and are 100 percent recyclable.
Design Collective will once again be sharing one of its most dynamic methods for architectural visualization with SCUP members. The firm's award-winning architectural illustrator and watercolor artist, Stewart White, will be on-site and in the booth to share his methods and techniques for visualizing architectural projects, including watercolor renderings, charcoal drawings and pencil sketches.
One of America's largest owners, developers and managers of collegiate housing, EdR (NYSE:EDR) is a publicly-held real estate investment trust. Our on- and off-campus communities are created to foster a happy, healthy and successful learning environment. For more details, please visit the company's web site at www.EdRtrust.com.
Visitors to our booth will learn about ideas and options for an integrated approach for developing a campus energy master plan and setting incremental goals toward net zero fossil fuel energy consumption—and how their new buildings or building renovation projects can be used as educational tools for energy conservation and the use of renewable energy.
Established in 1968, Erlab is the leading molecular filtration expert in the laboratory industry and is the manufacturer of GreenFumeHood Filtration Technology. This is the superior filtration system that brings the filtered fume hood to life. Taking place of the traditional ducted system, the power of the green fume hood lies within the patented technology of the Neutrodine filtration system which is ideal for multidisciplinary handlings.
Eustis Chair's line of stacking or non-stacking hardwood chairs can give your school or client an opportunity to upgrade the elegance of dining, study, or library spaces with the warmth and sustainability of hardwood chairs.
The theme of Hanbury’s booth is “Transforming the Student Experience”. We will share the latest sector-wide research along with our firm’s extensive higher education experience to offer visitors to our booth an understanding of the latest trends and ideas for possible application at their institution. Visitors to our booth will be able to: 1. Access visual examples on monitors and computer screens 2. Discuss specific ideas with experienced Hanbury staff 3. Collect printed material 4. Schedule times for individual meetings
|Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects|
Hoerr Schaudt is a team of landscape architects, urban designers and horticulturalists who create innovative landscapes that delight on every scale. Our academic campuses look different from one project to the next because we focus on letting a design evolve from the space itself, the surrounding architecture, and the people invested in making it great. Visitors will learn how our devotion to craft and attention to detail help institutions discover the unseen potential of their outdoor spaces.
HOK is a global provider of planning, design and delivery solutions for higher education. In the Maker Space exhibit, HOK will guide participants through a series of hands-on activities to help students and faculty in all disciplines gain a deeper understanding of what shapes Maker Spaces.
|Hord Coplan Macht, Inc.|
Trends in higher education design
Meeting Student expectations, examples of how we work to create spaces students want to spend more time in.
|Issues in Education|
Issues in Education is a National Thought Leadership Platform that provides a meaningful voice to leaders in education and business. The program provides authentic and engaging content from leaders across the country. The rich content of this platform is subsequently edited into podcasts which can be accessed from our Knowledge Library. For further information on speakers and topics please visit www.issuesineducation.net
|JE Dunn Construction|
JE Dunn Construction works to solve our clients’ problems. With 20 offices and a national higher education portfolio of various delivery models (construction management-at-risk, design-build and integrated project delivery), we utilize our expertise, lessons learned and network to be an indispensable business partner.
Visitors to this booth will learn about how forces shaping the higher education sector can be leveraged or mitigated by real estate. We'll also offer supporting materials and demos for our educational session taking place at the conference.
Knoll is a constellation of design-driven brands and people, working together with our clients to create inspiring, modern interiors. Our internationally recognized portfolio includes furniture, textiles, leathers, accessories, architectural and acoustical elements. Our brands—Knoll Office, KnollStudio, KnollTextiles, KnollExtra, Spinneybeck, FilzFelt, Edelman Leather, and HOLLY HUNT—reflect our commitment to modern design and meets the diverse requirements of higher education clients. A recipient of the National Design Award for Corporate and Institutional Achievement from the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Knoll is aligned with the U.S. Green Building Council and the Canadian Green Building Council and can help institutions achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.
|National Office Furniture|
National delivers high-quality, stylish furniture at an exceptional value to meet the needs of an entire educational facility. Schools and universities across the country have selected National to furnish casual student areas, meeting spaces, study areas, classrooms, and administrative offices. We pride ourselves on offering personal attention and practical solutions for spaces to collaborate, learn, interact, and focus.
At a time when funding is uncertain and new student preferences are emerging, planning successful academic facilities and campuses are increasingly complex. NBBJ has developed new tools and technologies to build consensus, drive efficiency and make the design process more inclusive. From virtual reality smartphone apps that capture user feedback, NBBJ booth visitors will learn how visual reality can help plan more effective campus learning spaces. A recent case study on Louisiana State University campus master plan will highlighted.
|Newman Architects, PC|
Strategies for creating facilities that welcome and inspire communities to promote collaboration and innovation, for use in student residences, teaching and learning centers, libraries, fitness and athletic centers, and faculty and administrative offices.
With our new Branding & Graphics members from Dyal and Partners, we will share information and case studies regarding campus brand and identity and how that relates to institutional vision and master planning.
Visitors will learn more about the importance of Acoustics and Technology (A/V, IT, Theater Equipment & Security) with in the learning environment.
|Quinn Evans Architects|
The 21st century learning environment plays a vital role in developing a love of learning and exploration. No longer passive instructional settings, today’s dynamic educational venues help students engage in critical inquiry, collaborate in problem-solving, and share knowledge across disciplines. At Quinn Evans Architects, we encourage ingenuity and collaborate as a cohesive team. We address current trends, while supporting the unique history, context, pedagogy, and mission of an institution. Our work is defined by distinctive placemaking and dynamic, high-performance spaces.
|Research Facilities Design|
RFD is the world leader in the design of laboratory spaces for education, research, and testing. Our booth will feature images, diagrams, and benchmarking information highlighting recently-completed laboratory design projects. RFD’s key personnel will be at the conference to discuss the latest issues and trends that impact the design of state-of-the-art laboratory facilities.
|Robert A.M. Stern Architects|
Robert A.M. Stern Architects, an established leader in campus planning, is known for its scholarly approach and ability to design state-of-the-art college and university buildings that reinforce the best aspects of a campus. We are experts in the design of classrooms and collegial social spaces that support specific pedagogical approaches and academic objectives. RAMSA’s higher education architects will be at our booth to discuss both timeless principles and the latest trends in planning projects for the future.
|RWDI Consulting Engineers & Scientists|
RWDI is experienced in providing educational content to the AE industry through our acclaimed Learning Lab, as well as regular publications and presentations by RWDI professionals. We expand the global conversation around issues related to the built environment, especially in urban and campus settings. We will incorporate some of our learning strategies into available content and/or activity at our booth.
Sasaki will provide discussion into core higher educational ideologies. We recognize that institutions work hard to promote academic excellence, and social and physical wellbeing. When planning today’s campus, we move beyond the physical environment to examine new boundaries, and enable students to thrive inside and outside the classroom. To prepare these students for the future, institutions are emphasizing diverse learning styles and new pedagogical models that encourage interactive learning. We empower institutions to pursue their mission in an uncertain world.
A peer-reviewed article published in HERD Journal will be available at Schuler Shook’s booth. An executive summary with quick takeaway points will complement the full article. Written by Michael White, EDAC, Senior Lighting Designer, this article covers research into light and human health, a relevant topic for the planning of student facilities, classrooms and medical centers. A white paper providing insight for facility planners considering construction or renovation of theatres, music performance spaces, and lecture halls will be available.
|Setty & Associates|
Setty’s BIM-OPS is the next generation of BIM and facility management integration. We are taking individual proprietary information and making it available to the entire team. The loss of a knowledgeable employee in Facilities can be devastating. But, now with BIM-OPS, your team will have access to all the details necessary to continue providing great service to your institution. With the virtual building in place, users can find information seamlessly and transfer knowledge to the BIM-Ops engine to be hosted for as long as you need.
Skyfold is a unique, vertically folding acoustical retractable wall that neatly stores in the ceiling. In the down position, Skyfold is a two sided, hard, rigid wall with an STC rating up to 60 (RW 59). Changes in room configuration can be achieved within minutes by a simple keypad operation.
At Stantec's booth, architecture meets virtual reality. Virtual reality tours offer institutions and decision makers a new way to understand design as it occurs, and get a feel for a space before it's even built. At Stantec's interactive booth, visitors can "walk" through some of our most recent higher education facilities designs. Experts will guide them through the spaces as they uncover ideas and design solutions that might work for their own institution.
As lifelong learners, Steelcase Education aims to make a difference in education. For students, educators and designers, we work to create the most effective, rewarding and inspiring learning spaces. As a dedicated group within Steelcase exclusively focused on education, we bring evidence-based design, technology and furniture solutions to education environments, wherever learning happens.
|Stephen Stimson Associates Landscape Architects|
Stephen Stimson Associates Landscape Architects is an award winning leader in campus planning and design with studios in Cambridge and Princeton, MA. The firm has extensive experience collaborating with multidisciplinary teams working to solve complex design and construction challenges and we would like to share our knowledge and insight of our campus work with those who visit our booth.
Learn who Teknion is and the value we can bring when designing educational facilities.
|The S/L/A/M Collaborative|
The S/L/A/M Collaborative is a 190-member architecture firm with offices in Atlanta, Boston, Syracuse, and Glastonbury, CT. SLAM offers architecture, programming/planning, interior design, landscape architecture, structural engineering, and construction services. SLAM's planning/design process promotes innovation, collaboration; encourages interdisciplinary study, problem-solving skills and accommodates changing technology.
|The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company|
Since the mid 1980’s, Higher Education has been a leading market for Whiting-Turner, providing construction management, general contracting, and design/build services for colleges and universities both large and small. Backed by 25+ years of industry experience, and consistently ranked in the top 3 by BD+C, Whiting-Turner provides high quality construction services aimed at exceeding expectations and delighting the customer from first contact to final close out.
|Theatre Projects Consultants|
Visitors will learn about trends in university performance spaces —from interactive spaces that merge technology with performance, to interdisciplinary spaces that bring the arts and sciences together in creative and unexpected ways, to multi-functional spaces that serve as workhorses for the campus and surrounding community. We’ll help visitors broaden their thinking on the traditional performance space to better serve their students and the entire campus community. We’ll help them understand the process of planning and design for these campus/community centers.
Our booth will present classroom design options with an exercise where attendees can act as the classroom design committee and design spaces for instruction and learning. We will have 2 sets of classroom platforms with movable furniture in different styles, as well as technology and other applicable furnishings and fixtures. We will record the solutions and draw a prize at the end of each day. The solutions can be combined into a report and shared with attendees after the conference.
VACUUBRAND’s modular vacuum networks can reduce the energy needed for bench vacuum by 90% or more. Vacuum is deeper and more stable. VACUU-LAN® networks are right-sized, adaptable, low-maintenance, easy to install, and can reduce building emissions.