Luncheon:  UT Austin Space Allocation

Date November 13, 2018
Location UT Club
Time 11:30am - 1:00pm
Online registration is closed. Limited walk-in space is available.  

UT Austin Space Allocation: Enhancing the Core; Maximizing Efficiency 

With near constant expansion of UT Austin’s academic and research space, one of the University’s most valuable assets is the physical campus. The operations, maintenance, and construction of buildings is expensive, but also critical for the pursuit of excellence. UT Austin began the Space Allocation Study (SAS) in May 2016 with the goal of determining whether current administrative and library space might be allocated to serve the core academic mission, and in doing so, improve operational efficiency. Now on Phase 2 and 3, the SAS has proven fundamental to advancing excellence in education and research by directing repurposing and reinvestment in facilities to create more conducive environments for next‐generation learning, as well as enhanced and interdisciplinary research. Space Standards were also created that are now applied to all new construction and renovation projects. Cost savings was also an aim of the project and the savings of this undertaking are very significant. 
 

Speakers:

Michael Carmagnola, Director of Project Management and Construction, University of Texas at Austin
Dan Alexander, Principal, Jacobs
 

Cost

$40 Members |  $50 Guests
$65 for walk-ins who did not register in advance (member & guests)
Price includes a meal with dessert and parking in the garage
48 hour cancellation policy to avoid charges
Deadline to register Friday November 9th@ 5:00pm
 

Location:

UT Club
2108 Robert Dedham Drive
Austin, TX 78712

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