The School Building and Maintenance Summit will see key stakeholders gather to discuss the latest trends and innovation in school planning, design and construction. With an emphasis on current school building projects in the pipeline across the nation, presenters will address strategies to manage population growth, the latest school and classroom design trends and maintenance programs.
Key topics to discuss include:
- Modular and vertical classroom build and design
- Trends in flexible classrooms and learning spaces
- Innovation in design
- Strategies for managing population growth and demographic shift
- Maintenance and refurbishment programs for existing schools
- Case studies and lessons learned from purpose built schools and learning spaces
See below to review the 2020 conference agenda and speakers. On-demand playback of the 2020 event is also available to purchase.
Chair, Victorian Chapter, Association for Learning Environments
Dr. Benjamin Cleveland
Senior Lecturer in Architecture, Associate Director of LEaRN, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne
Dr Scott Alterator
LEaRN Research Fellow, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne
Dr Perry Wong
Coordinator, School Learning Environments and Change Service Planning, NSW Department of Education
Secondary Advisor, School Learning Environments and Change, NSW Department of Education
Director, Hamilton Hayes Henderson Architects
Director, Hayball Architects
Founder and Managing Director, JDH Architects
Managing Principal, FJMT Studio
Senior Associate and Project Lead, PHS, Gray Puksand
Principal, Claremont College
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