video: education building forum 2015
Call for Papers
The key theme at this year’s forum will be ‘Making capital funding work more efficiently and achieving better value’. Within the scope of the speaker programme, the key areas of interest include: Improving longevity, designing for flexibility, reducing operational costs and creating a sense of ownership.
To register your interest in presenting a paper please email Brittany Filby, email@example.com.
Closing date: 8th July 2016
The education building forum is the leading event for those involved in the supply, design, build and management of all types of education facilities.
Each year we bring together the UK’s leading architects, contractors, project managers, local authority trusts, school leaders and estate departments looking to enhance their schemes and improve their supply chain. The seminar programme includes best practice and innovations in the sector and the 2015 event saw over six hundred 1-2-1 business meetings take place.
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 combining all the ingredients necessary to enable you to deliver project excellence.
Our thanks go to everyone who attended the 2015 event including our speakers; Ann Bodkin, Head of Design & Specification of the Education Funding Agency, Jim Brunt Land Director of Willmott Dixon, Richard Gawthorpe Director of NPS Group, and Tim Byles, CEO of Cornerstone Property Assets.
We're delighted that we raised over £1,000 at our Gala Dinner for the NSPCC. We look forward to welcoming you to next year’s event.
A great opportunity to do business
- Some 261 dilapidated schools across the country are being rebuilt as part of the £2.4bn Priority School Building Programme. All 261 schools are due for completion by the end of 2017
- A second phase of the PSBP will see the government spend a further £2bn on the programme from 2015 to 2021
- Capital funding of £820m under the Targeted Basic Need Programme will help provide 417,000 new school places needed by 2015
- More than £400m has been set aside for improvements to 1,400 academies under the Academies Capital Maintenance Fund. This has now been replaced by the Condition Improvement Fund for academies and sixth-form colleges to access in 2015/2016
how it works
The education building forum creates a productive networking environment where delegates can focus on creating long-lasting business relationships through a series of pre-arranged meetings. The supplier and project delegate schedules are matched in advance to ensure that both parties maximise their time at the event. [more]
project delegate benefits
Project delegates comprise of key decisions makers actively involved in the design and build of the education sector , architects, contractors, consultants, local authorities, school leaders and key stakeholders are provided with a time efficient format to explore the latest products and services available in the market. [more]
supplier delegate benefits
As a supplier delegate, the education building forum delivers a superb return on investment with a minimum of 15 pre-arranged meetings for one delegate place, or 20 meetings for 2 delegates. Also included is one nights accommodation, all meals, the Gala Dinner, a full page profile entry into the event directory and website, plus the opportunity to meet and socalise with senior level decision makers involved in the most active education projects. [more]