Here are several events that facilities managers and their teams should be aware of in 2022. All events are scheduled to take place in person, but please check with organizers for any possible changes.

 

Updated April 26, 2022

ConnexFM is a membership organization for FMs and supplier professionals and is one of the largest multi-site facilities management associations. Their 2022 conference and expo will have over 300 exhibitors and 30-plus education sessions and is billed as having the largest exhibition of FM trades in more than 50 categories under one roof.

Billed as the FM leadership event of the year, IFMA’s Facility Fusion Conference and Expo is an opportunity for facility professionals at every career level to focus on personal leadership skills and career development. The conference will cover the unique needs and challenges in managing specific types of facilities, projects, and teams.

The Southern California Facilities Expo is in its 35th year and provides learning and networking opportunities for the facilities engineering, MRO, and green building communities. A variety of industries will be represented in this show, including manufacturing, utilities, government, healthcare, education, food processing, and more. Audience attendees will include facilities, maintenance, and energy managers, as well as directors, owners, and CEOs.

This is an event for utility-scale renewable companies in the western hemisphere to find partners. This is a great opportunity for business development and will allow the renewable-energy companies to connect and network with each other all in one place.

POWERGEN is the largest network and business hub for electricity generators and solution providers. Come discover new opportunities as large, centralized power generation business models evolve into cleaner and more sustainable energy sources. 

This conference provides an interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to discuss the most recent innovations and trends in building operations. Topics include practical challenges and solutions in the fields of building lifecycle management and facilities management.

The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International 2022 conference offers educational sessions, awards, and networking opportunities for members of the building operations, maintenance, and rental industries. Learn more about emerging trends and get an inside look at where the CRE industry is heading tomorrow and beyond.

This tradeshow is poised to bring together 20,000 attendees and 500+ brand exhibitors, including some of the most respected voices in the industry for a one-on-one round of dialogue, demonstration, and deliberations on the most pressing challenges facing the clean energy industry.

Featuring participation from 500+ exhibitors and 50,000+ attendees, this trade show brings together diverse communities of professionals in the industry and some of the leading brands for a comprehensive round of dialogue, demonstration, and deliberations on industry challenges.

Now in its 41st year, the Northern California Facilities Expo is one of the longest-running facilities events in California. The expo provides learning and networking opportunities for the facilities engineering, MRO, and green building communities. A variety of industries will be represented in this show, including manufacturing, utilities, government, healthcare, education, food processing, and more. Audience attendees will include facilities, maintenance, and energy managers, as well as directors, owners, and CEOs.
The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) World Workplace will present information and innovative insights on the new world of work, covering topics such as safeguarding lives and assets, strategies for heightening operational agility and resilience, and technology for better facility control.
The ISSA conference offers opportunities for networking, education, and product discovery. The event is designed for end-users of cleaning products and equipment, including facilities managers from industry segments such as healthcare, hospitality, and government, as well as building service contractors.
National Facilities Management and Technology (NFMT) is hosting this show, which aims to bring free FM education, networking, and product discovery to facilities professionals across a broad range of industries.

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