31 October - 01 November, 2019 | Sir Stamford Circular Quay, Sydney, NSW
Bernard McLaughlin, Project Director at University of Glasgow

Bernard McLaughlin

Project Director
University of Glasgow

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Interactive Workshops

12:00 PM Using Strategic Planning to Design a Unique Campus Master Plan and Gain a Competitive Advantage

To realise their journey to a smart campus, universities must embrace change and explore not only the new smart technologies available, but also the skills, capability and strategic planning necessary to enable transformation. This session will map out the strategic steps universities need to take and the trends that are shaping the smart campus operating environment.

  • Exploring the new roles, responsibilities and capability required to coordinate and deploy  innovation and digital technologies across your campus
  • The project directors role in leading strategic change for the benefit of all stakeholders on campus
  • Examining the smart technologies and infrastructure required to enable a connected campus
  • The governance of  implementing a  smart campus master plan within a community

This session will be most beneficial for industry professionals in roles relating to campus planning/ management, space planning/management and project directors/managers.


Conference Day Two: Friday, 1st November 2019

Friday, November 1st, 2019

9:10 AM CASE STUDY: Lessons Learnt: How The University Of Glasgow Changed Their Approach to Campus Development Through Community Engagement

The University of Glasgow is one of the top 100 universities in the world and one of the largest research bases in the UK. The Universities ambition is to widen its reach and expand their campus to the south side of the river amongst other major projects. The expansion of the university will aim to attract more students and provide more opportunities for the community.

  • Reflecting on previous projects to demonstrate how processes can be improved to achieve goals
  • Engaging stakeholders to encourage them to support future changes
  • Demonstrating new processes to manage projects that have an effect on the community
  • Balancing the demand for change whilst maintaining heritage