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NFMT 2017
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NFMT Baltimore


March 7-9, 2017 – Baltimore, MD

National Facilities Management and Technology – Baltimore is the largest facilities management tradeshow in the industry. The three-day event draws more than 5,000 facility professionals that include vice presidents, directors and managers of commercial, educational, medical and governmental facilities.


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NFMT High Performance Buildings + Workplaces
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High-Performance Buildings & Workplaces


May 17-18, 2017 – Dallas, TX

High-Performance Buildings & Workplaces Conference & Expo is a 2-day event focused on the information needs of those individuals and organizations responsible for the design, construction and on-going operation of high-performance buildings. Attendees include vice presidents, directors and managers of facilities, architects, consulting engineers, contractors and design/build firms.


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Critical Facilities Summit
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Critical Facilities Summit


October 23-25, 2017 – Minneapolis, MN

The Critical Facilities Summit is for facilities professionals, consulting engineers, and design/build firms responsible for the design, construction and on-going operation of data centers and other mission critical facilities.


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NFMT Vegas

NFMT Orlando
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NFMT Vegas & NFMT Orlando


NFMT Vegas
November 1-2, 2016 – Las Vegas, NV


NFMT Orlando
November 14-15, 2017 – Orlando, FL

The locations alternate yearly, but the educational sessions, exhibit hall and networking opportunities will be exceptional. The events provide outstanding opportunities to meet with a desirable group of key decision-makers, which include vice presidents, directors and facility managers.


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