What happens when you bring together over 100 senior administrators from leading colleges and universities, from all over North America and the United Kingdom? "A lot of things" get "done in a very short time." That's the testimonial that Len Jornlin, President & CEO of Empower Energies, gave at the conclusion of the 2015 Higher Ed Facilities Forum.

Part of the reason that the Higher Ed Facilities Forum has such great results and has a good track record is because of the high quality people and location. As Bart Becker, Vice President of Facilities at the University of Calgary said, “the colleagues that are here, the vendors that are here and the environment are all at a very high level.” Our structure allows “time to talk,” but also time to socialize.

Martin Olinger, of FieldTurf, said that the Higher Ed Facilities forum has "been excellent." Many companies have now attended for multiple years, such as FieldTurf and they've had "good results as a result of their participation" in the Higher Ed Facilities Forum.

We're glad that this year’s forum in San Antonio was such a success. Now we are looking forward to next year’s gathering at the sunny (and brand new) Margaritaville Beach Resort in Hollywood, FL which will take place April 3-5, 2016.

Check out a video overview from HEFF 2015 below... 

 

Michael P. Owens

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