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AUDE thought leadership virtual event: COVID-19 and the Future of the University Estate Session Sponsors
A huge thank you to all of our session sponsors.
ADP supports 30+ HEIs across the UK, leading in best practice, design excellence, and knowledge share.
At AUDE 2020, we are showcasing our framework for supporting universities in developing more sustainable campuses, and demonstrating how we embed and measure social value, wellbeing, and belonging.
Visit our stand to see our expanded engagement tools, our higher education future learning space, workplace, and new science space concepts. We’ll also be presenting some of our most recent projects from across the sector, which enhance the student, staff, and community experience.
We are a world-class global practice of engineers, consultants and advisers. Through integrated thinking and a truly interdisciplinary, interconnected community of passionate experts, we create transformative outcomes for clients and communities alike.
Our founder, Sir Ted Happold, believed that it was out of the different skills and bodies of knowledge we have across our firm, that the quality of what we do really emerges.
This culture of collaboration and respect is as strong today as ever and drives us to deliver elegant solutions that leave a positive lasting legacy for the communities we work in and the environment. We value human wellbeing, embrace mutual responsibility and understand that a sustainable future is intrinsic to the economic and social impact of our work.
Work with us to deliver a truly transformative future.
EAB, based in Washington DC, is the leading provider of higher education strategy and best practices in North America.
At EAB, our mission is to make education smarter and our communities stronger; we fulfill it by helping university partners navigate market shocks to funding, operations, enrolment and academic programming.
We find and develop leaders that shape a better society.
GatenbySanderson is the UK’s leading people intelligence business advising public services, not for profit and education. We work within some of the most complex, challenging and highly scrutinised environments to deliver effective leadership and accelerate change.
Hawkins\Brown is an architecture practice based in London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Los Angeles.
The firm brings a collaborative approach to projects across a range of types and scale in five main sectors: civic, community & culture; education; workplace; transport & infrastructure and residential.
Alongside its work in architecture, design and planning, Hawkins\Brown conducts industry leading research with outputs that include H\B:ERT, an open-source and free-to-use plug-in for BIM models that enables teams across the industry to analyse the whole-life carbon impact of their design choices.
Invida is a SAAS hosted Asset Management Platform, a digital representation of the Physical Estate that enables the effective & efficient management of a University Estate.
Sir Robert McAlpine is a family-owned building and civil engineering company operating across the UK.
In 2019, we celebrated our 150th Anniversary.
We are honoured to have worked on some of Britain’s most iconic buildings and projects. Our Education sector focussed team help us understand our University customers’ needs and provide strategic overview to our sector activity.
With extensive experience in the higher education sector, we are building for the future, working in partnership with our University customers to deliver world class facilities helping meet their business needs and those of their student, academic and partner communities.
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