IFMA’s Facility Fusion is about exploring what’s possible – for our industry, our facilities and our careers. It’s about questioning what we thought was out of the question and fusing ideas from both within and outside of FM to find answers.
In a post-COVID world, anything is possible; but with the right tools, tactics and teamwork, we can anticipate change, navigate challenges, and adapt our roles and strategies for the reinvented workplace.Virtual Meeting
The National Facilities Management and Technology Conference & Exposition (NFMT) was launched in 2001 by the publishers of Building Operating Management and Facility Maintenance Decisions magazines. Our goal was to bring education, networking, and product discovery to facilities professionals nationwide. Years later, NFMT continues the tradition in 2022 by offering broad-based education for facilities professionals from every type of organization: government, education, commercial office healthcare, retail, hospitality, and industrial.Baltimore, MD
NFMT stands for National Facilities Management and Technology and is part of the FacilitesNet.com brand of products serving the facilities marketplace. Our other products are Building Operating Management Magazine, Facility Maintenance Decisions Magazine, fnPrime Membership, and the ProFM Credential. We have hosted NFMT events since 2001 and host a smaller regional event each fall.Baltimore, MD
National Facilities Management & Technology (NFMT) Conference and Expo will be here before you know it. NFMT 2023 returns to the Baltimore Convention Center, March 21 - 23, 2023.Baltimore, MD
Building Owners are actively using green building retrofits as the key to attracting more tenants, competitive positioning in the marketplace, easier and cost-effective operations & maintenance, reduced energy bills and consumption, and carbon benchmarking. Investment in bundles of technology and sustainable practices that interoperate deliver deeper efficiencies and a more comprehensive approach.
According to The Rockefeller Foundation, upgrading and replacing energy-consuming equipment in buildings offers an important capital investment opportunity, with the potential for significant economic, climate, and employment impacts. In the United States alone, more than $279 billion could be invested across the residential, commercial, and institutional market segments. This investment could yield more than $1 trillion in energy savings over 10 years. There are many factors that are part of green retrofitting, from real-time visibility of energy consumption to operations & maintenance optimization; various sectors of the built environment are involved.Virtual Meeting