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University Facility and Construction Professionals Announced as Presenters

January 30, 2014

MED-Ed Facilities Boston, the healthcare and educational facilities design and construction event for New England, April 1-2, 2014 at the Seaport World Trade Center Boston Massachusetts announced their line-up of speakers for the conference. Speakers included leaders from Boston Architectural College, Boston University, Brown University- Planning, Design and Construction, MIT Facilities and UMASS Medical School.

Centerville, MA (PRWEB) January 30, 2014

The educational program featuring real-world, solutions-based case studies and management discussions relating to the planning, designing, construction, and facility management of medical and educational building types. AIA Learning units are available for all sessions at MED-Ed Facilities.

The successful planning and design of medical and educational facilities requires a team of individuals with a wide range of skill sets. Conference Director Mark Kalin, FAIA FCSI LEED, has brought together a cross section of nationally recognized industry related professionals offering their expertise. Presenters include Architects, Engineers, Lawyers, Building Science Professionals, Facility and Operations Managers, Specification Writers, Manufacturers and more.

Over 80 medical and educational facilities planners, building science experts and many more share their day-to-day experiences in this fast-paced profession. Here's a complete list of speakers to-date: http://mededboston.com/conference/speakers/.

Sponsored by the Boston Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute, the New England Real Estate Journal, and High Profile Monthly, this event is for the entire New England building industry.

ABOUT US

MED-Ed Facilities is produced in collaboration with Tradeshow Management Services Ltd., a full-service tradeshow company specializing in conferences and tradeshows for the design, building and construction marketplace. TMS has been affiliated with leading events including AEC SYSTEMS, ArchitectureBoston Expo (ABX), Build Boston, Residential Design & Construction, Ecobuild America, Federal Construction Outlook Conference, BIM Expo, and Construction Technology.

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