Attend the National Facilities Management and Technology Conference
Three full days of facility management (FM) education, speakers, networking with peers and a giant expo hall are available at no cost to National Institute of Building Sciences members and friends at Building Operating Management’s National Facilities Management and Technology (NFMT) 2016, to be held March 22-24 at the Baltimore Convention Center.
With over 120 free educational sessions to choose from, you can customize your NFMT facilities management training schedule to specifically address the topics that are essential to you. If you are responsible for the management, operations or maintenance of facilities, there is a session for you.
While at NFMT, don’t miss the chance to learn about Institute activities and strategies relating to the Facility Maintenance and Operations Committee (FMOC), the buildingSMART alliance® and the Whole Building Design Guide® (WBDG).
More than 500 of the nation’s most innovative top-tier companies will showcase their products and services in the largest expo hall for facilities professionals.
Be sure to stop by the National Institute of Building Sciences display at Booth 2686 to learn more about FMOC, WBDG, the Construction Operations Building information exchange (COBie) and other Institute resources available to the FM community.
Get a Copy of the NFMT Conference Guide
The NFMT Program Guide includes full descriptions of more than 100 free educational sessions, hotel and travel details, exhibitor listing, networking events and much 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.
About the National Institute of Building Sciences
The National Institute of Building Sciences, authorized by public law 93-383 in 1974, is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization that brings together representatives of government, the professions, industry, labor and consumer interests to identify and resolve building process and facility performance problems. The Institute serves as an authoritative source of advice for both the private and public sectors with respect to the use of building science and technology.