Registration is open for Facility Executive Live!, a one-day conference and networking event to take place on September 20, 2018 in Philadelphia, PA. Packed with valuable content for facility management professionals, the event is brought to you by Facility Executive magazine. Join your peers for this lively event on the University of Pennsylvania campus that will include five conference sessions, breakfast and lunch, and tabletop exhibits from innovative product and service providers.
Recognizing the varied and evolving responsibilities of facility management, the Facility Executive Live! conference program covers a range of topics:
- Creating An Energy Management Roadmap
- Construction Project Management Strategies
- The Impact Of Workplace Design
- Safety & Security In Facilities
- Next Gen FM: Build Your Career, Boost Those Who Follow
In the moderated panel discussion, “Creating An Energy Management Roadmap”, attendees will hear from presenters on charting a course for an energy strategy, whether for one facility or a portfolio of buildings. Attendees should bring their questions to this session that will focus on several important areas for energy management today, including gathering energy data; maximizing building automation and energy management systems; moving to net zero energy and renewable energy; and pursuing financing and incentive programs.
Speakers on the energy topic include Emily Schapira, Executive Director, Philadelphia Energy Authority, and James (J.B.) Messer, Chief Facilities Officer at Community College of Allegheny County (PA).
Attendees of Facility Executive Live! will earn points towards their CFM professional recertification, and all sessions are approved for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points offered by BOMI International.
Visit the Facility Executive Live! website to learn more. If you register by August 20, 2018, you’ll receive the early bird registration rate discount.
Click here for a recap of the 2017 Facility Executive Live! program, which took place last fall in Chicago.