ebf-logo-se1education building forum

The education building forum is the leading event for those involved in the supply, design, build and management of all types of education facilities and runs in parallel with the physical activity facilities forum. Each year it brings together the UK’s leading architects, contractors, project managers, local authorities, school leaders and estate departments looking to enhance their schemes and improve their supply chain. The CPD-certified seminar programme includes best practice and innovations in the sector combined with the opportunity to network with fellow professionals as well as 1-2-1 meetings with the most relevant suppliers.

The ebf is the perfect platform for companies to meet and do business with those at the forefront of the education sector; delegates are drawn from academies, free schools, primary and secondary schools, universities, SEN and HE. If you’re delivering facilities in education this is a must attend event supporting you in delivering project excellence.

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hbf-logo-se1healthcare buildings forum

The healthcare buildings forum is an annual event designed specifically to meet the needs of healthcare estates and facilities professionals, architects, contractors, project managers and those supplying those delivering projects in this sector.

The fully CPD-certified event, held over one and a half days combines a packed schedule of thought leadership seminars, tailored 1-2-1 business meetings, networking and a great social programme including a gala dinner.

hbf is a must attend event for those involved in the supply, design, build and management of healthcare estates and is the perfect platform the to meet, connect, learn and do business.  It runs in parallel with the sustainable estates forum.

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mhdf-logo-se1mental health & dementia facilities forum

The mental health & dementia facilities forum is the leading event for those involved in the supply, design, build and management of mental health and dementia care facilities. Over one and a half days there’s a packed schedule seminars covering the latest best practice in design and build, tailored 1-2-1 business meetings providing the opportunity to meet with the most innovative suppliers as well as the opportunity to network with fellow professionals through an enjoyable social programme.

Each year we bring together the UK’s leading architects, contractors, M&E, consultants, NHS foundation Trusts, Private mental healthcare providers and care homes who are looking to build new or enhance existing facilities, and explore the most innovative suppliers. The CPD certified seminar programme includes best practice and innovations in the sector and the event runs in parallel with the custodial facilities forum.

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hee-logo-se1higher education estates forum

Each year the higher education estates forum brings together University estates and facilities professionals, architects, contractors, project managers, M&E consultants, and the most innovative suppliers delivering projects in this sector.

Held over one and half days the hee forum combines seminars sharing best practice and thought leadership, tailored 1-2-1 business meetings, and the opportunity to network with fellow professionals. The hee forum is a time-efficient way of learning about the latest developments and forging valuable business relationships in this highly competitive sector with its unique set of challenges.

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paff-logo-se1physical activity facilities forum

The physical activity facilities forum is the leading business meetings and networking event for companies involved in the design, build, management and supply of sports, play, recreation and leisure facilities in the UK. This annual event brings together operators, local authorities, school leaders, project managers, architects, contractors and other senior level professionals looking to enhance their schemes and improve their supply chain.

Combined with a cutting-edge CPD certified seminar programme sharing best practice and the latest innovations the physical activity facilities forum is the perfect platform for companies to meet and do business with suppliers and with one another. For those delivering facilities in play, sport and leisure this event brings together all the ingredients necessary to enable you to deliver project excellence in this rapidly evolving sector.  The paf forum runs in parallel with the education building forum.

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cff-logo-se1custodial facilities forum

The custodial facilities forum was a new event for 2016.  It was the first event of its kind developed specifically to meet the needs of this challenging, high-profile sector undergoing major change as part of the Government’s pledge to carry out the “biggest shake-up of prisons since the Victorian era”.

The custodial facilities forum is a must attend event for anyone involved in the design, build and management of custodial facilities including prisons, youth detention centres, police custodial units, and customs and immigration facilities.

The speaker panel included:  HLM, Oxford Architects; Hoare Lea; Custodial Review; Holmes Miller.

Over one and a half days there was a packed schedule of CPD-certified seminars covering the latest best practice in design and build, tailored 1-2-1 business meetings providing the opportunity to meet with the most innovative suppliers as well as the opportunity to network with fellow professionals through an enjoyable social programme.

The custodial facilities forum ran alongside the highly successful mental health and dementia facilities forum on 22 & 23 September at Whittlebury Hall, Northants.

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se-logo-se1sustainable estates forum

The sustainable estates forum launched in 2017 and runs in parallel with the highly successful healthcare buildings forum. Building on the success of the sector-specific forums, the se forum is the first cross-sector event of its kind, spanning commercial, retail, public & private residential, healthcare, higher education, and leisure sectors.  It brings together an audience that is committed to delivering sustainable estates and facilities and is attended by estates and facilities professionals, clients, architects, contractors, project managers, consultants and the suppliers delivering sustainable solutions.

The se forum combines best practice seminars discussing sustainable design and build, tailored 1-2-1 business meetings providing the opportunity to meet with the most innovative suppliers, as well as the opportunity to network with fellow professionals.

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hbf-logo-se1-1housebuilding forum

Stable events are bringing a refreshing new platform to the housing market. A forum dedicated to serve those involved at every stage of the building lifecycle, from design & build to management & maintenance in both the public & private sectors.

The forum is over one and a half days and both suppliers and project leaders will have a series of pre-selected 1-2-1 meetings with the opportunity to extend those relationships in the networking drinks receptions, over lunches and during a fun filled gala dinner. On both days we have seminars in the morning covering the most current challenges, innovations and best practice and late morning going into the afternoon is where all the networking and facilitated meetings take place.

Those in attendance will be the likes of architects, contractors, developers, local authorities, M&E consultants, owners & operators, registered providers & specifiers working on some of the most active projects across the UK. It will run in parallel with our higher education estates forum on the 22nd & 23rd March at Whittlebury hall in Northamptonshire.

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