NFMT Baltimore 2019 announces new features

January 3, 2019

Now in its 19th year, Building Operating Management’s flagship show — the National Facility Management and Technology (NFMT) conference and expo — has announced several new features and components. The show will take place March 26-28, 2019 at the Baltimore Convention Center, according to an article from Building Operating Management on the FacilitiesNet website.   

“For starters, we’ve extended our conference sessions from 50 minutes to 60 minutes,” said Amy Brown, director of education and programming for NFMT.  “It seems like a small change, but it allows FMs to explore topics more completely. At the same time, we’ve extended the breaks between the educational sessions from 10 to 15 minutes. This gives FMs more time to network and connect with one another. Plus, it gives them time to check in on the status of their facilities back home.”

The Clean Buildings Expo (CBE) produced by Contracting Profits and Facility Cleaning Decisions magazines — sister publications of Building Operating Management magazine — will be co-located with NFMT.  

This conference and expo is free to attend and will be held on March 26 and 27. Clean Buildings Expo will deliver education and product information to in-house cleaning managers, executive housekeepers, environmental services managers and principals in building service contractor firms. NFMT registrants have access to the education and expo hall at no charge.

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