2018 HEFMA Summer Conference

The 2018 Higher Education Facilities Management Association (HEFMA) summer conference will be hosted by the University of Notre Dame and will take place Monday, June 18 through Thursday, June 21, 2018 on our campus in Notre Dame, IN.   

Notre Dame last hosted the HEFMA summer conference in 2006 and campus has transformed in remarkable ways since then. Over the last 12 years, the University has opened more than 30 new buildings including new residence halls, new facilities for research and graduate studies, the first new College at the University in nearly 100 years and a number of new athletic facilities. Most recently, Notre Dame completed the largest construction project in the University's 175-year history which transformed historic Notre Dame Stadium into an everyday hub of academic and student life.   

The conference agenda will feature guided tours of new and interesting campus locations as well as presentations from campus leaders and HEFMA members about current topics in facilities and space management. With plenty of time for networking among HEFMA colleagues as well!

Conference Agenda

Scheduling note: A full agenda will be available soon but for planning purposes, please know that the first event will be Monday evening 5pm to 7pm and the last session will conclude by Noon on Thursday. 

The registration fee for the conference will be $300.  Registration details are now available at the link below. 

Registration

A block of rooms has been held for HEFMA at the Morris Inn. Completely renovated in 2013, the Morris Inn is a AAA 4 Diamond hotel located in the heart of campus. Guest rooms are available at the group rate of $159 plus tax. Please reserve a room as part of the registration process.

Travel directions are available on the Morris Inn website. General campus information is available on the University web page. 

We look forward to seeing you at the conference. 

If you have any questions about planning your attendance, please contact Andrew Sama at asama@nd.edu or by phone at 574 631 5206..