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There’s Still Time to Register for COBie, WBDG Sessions, Attend the FMOC Meeting

Friday, March 6, 2015  
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NFMT Starts Tuesday

Learn about National Institute of Building Sciences activities and strategies relating to the Facility Maintenance and Operations Committee (FMOC), Construction Operations Building information exchange (COBie) and WBDG Whole Building Design Guide®. The National Facilities Management and Technology Conference and Expo (NFMT), to be held March 10-12 at the Baltimore Convention Center, has several Institute sessions scheduled, as well as the FMOC meeting. NFMT is a great place to keep up with best practices and innovations in facility management (FM) and operations, including energy management, sustainability, building technologies, communication and data infrastructure in the built environment. And, it is free for Institute members to attend!

Choose from more than 100 free sessions on FM topics delivered by leading authorities in facilities management. This year's NFMT Conference has several educational sessions presented by the Institute, including:

And don’t miss the meeting of the FMOC, which convenes Tuesday, March 10 at 2:00 PM in Room 331.

See the Latest in Products and Technologies

In addition to the wealth of educational content presented at NFMT, this event also provides a great opportunity to explore new products and technologies in the exhibit hall. Get direct access to hundreds of manufacturers and service providers with instant answers to your toughest questions. Be sure to stop by the National Institute of Building Sciences display at Booth 1115 to learn about COBie, FMOC, WBDG and more.

Register Now for Free

The education sessions, networking opportunities and exhibit hall at NFMT are all free to Institute members. No priority code is needed. Register today!

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