Events

January

  1. AAC&U 2018 Annual Meeting

    Washington, DC

    January 25, 2018

    Kip Ellis, Principal & Lead Designer, will moderate a panel discussion at the AAC&U 2018 Annual Meeting, January 25th in Washington DC.

February

  1. SWACUHO 2018

    San Marcos, TX

    February 18-21, 2018

    EYP will be exhibiting at SWACUHO's Annual Conference in San Marcos, TX.

  2. UNITE - Maker Nation: Education to Industry

    Boston, MA

    February 22, 2018

    Makerspaces are becoming vital to college campuses and workplaces alike. Design Museum Boston's Winter UNITE panel will explore questions of who is using these spaces - and how.

March

  1. SCUP Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference

    Pittsburgh, PA

    March 11-13, 2018

    EYP will be presenting two dynamic sessions at this year's Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference.

  2. PDC Summit 2018

    Nashville, TN

    March 26, 2018

    The PDC Summit is a dynamic industry event coordinated by a trusted network of not-for-profit organizations with expertise in health care planning, design, and construction. 100% of all conference revenue is reinvested into the mission of optimizing the health care physical environment. More than 3,200 senior leaders from hospitals, design firms, and construction companies attend the PDC Summit to share perspectives on optimizing healing environments. This is the one conference with an integrated audience of C-level, design, construction, and operations professionals with more than two-thirds of attendees returning to the event each year. PDC Summit programming offers cutting-edge topics affecting the future of the health care built environment and presents thought-provoking research and presentations focusing on cross-team collaboration, PDC sustainability, designing for future generations, technology integration, and more.

April

  1. Tradeline Spring Conference

    Boston, MA

    April 23-24, 2018

    Charles Kirby and Toni Loiacano will be co-presenting with Sapna Marfatia, Director of Architecture, and Helena Cipres-Palacin, Project Executive, from Stanford University.