Director of Estates & Facilities, Birmingham City University
'The University Campus Post Covid'
Life on University Camps will never be the same again. I will focus on changes to services, campus and building design post covid.
Four principal drivers will be explored:
1 Agile/office attendance on campus for support staff/functions. Impact on office design layout and technologies/process,
2 Teaching and learning mixed mode delivery, specialist and non-specialist spaces,
3 Amenity leisure and social. Catering, socialising, the sticky campus.
4 Wellbeing social and mental health.
National Design Director, Pick Everard
'Nottingham Trent University (NTU) - Health and Allied Professions Centre'
A case study of the design and delivery of the recently completed HAP Centre for NTU. The project is a new healthcare training facility designed to deliver collaborative, innovative education, and research in health.
The specialist department provides a range of undergraduate, postgraduate, and continuing professional development education programmes to train compassionate healthcare practitioners, able to work flexibly to lead high quality, integrated health care provision.
The purpose-built building provides world class training facilities and features mock hospital wards, consultation and counselling rooms, creative teaching spaces, VR suite and specialist equipment, providing our students with the knowledge and skills required for a dynamic career in nursing, paramedicine, and healthcare.