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NFMT Show: Where you want to be for FMOC, WBDG and COBie!

Wednesday, February 20, 2013  
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The National Facilities Management & Technology Show (NFMT), to be held March 12-14 at the Baltimore Convention Center, is a great place to learn the latest about facility management (FM) and operations and keep up with some related National Institute of Building Sciences activities, including the Facility Maintenance and Operations Committee (FMOC), Construction Operations Building information exchange (COBie) and WBDG Whole Building Design Guide. The FMOC meeting; 3 sessions on COBie; and a session on the WBDG will all take place at NFMT. And they are all FREE for Institute members and associates to attend.

Get a Free FM Education

The NFMT Show offers more than 120 free educational sessions, covering every FM topic imaginable. From improving energy efficiency and greening existing buildings to lighting retrofits, it’s all at NFMT.

In addition to the FMOC meeting, scheduled for March 12 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm, the Institute will present the following sessions at the show:

See the Complete List of FM Sessions

Visit the NFMT website to see the full schedule of NFMT educational sessions. Click on the sessions to view a description, a list of speakers and the number of CEUs available.

Evaluate 500 Suppliers in the Exhibit Hall

Stop by the Exhibit Hall to talk with the more than 500 suppliers and get a year’s worth of product research all in one place. Be sure to stop by the National Institute of Building Sciences exhibit, at booth #418, to pick up a free giveaway.

Check the Daily Schedule

View the schedule to see a list of each day's activities. There are lots of activities going on.

Register Today for Free

Institute members and associates can register for free online.

Just fill out the form and use the National Institute of Building Sciences Priority Code: EMOX to get a free registration.

NFMT has the education, networking and product exhibits to help industry professionals manage buildings more efficiently. For a great opportunity to learn the latest about facility management and operations, register today!

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