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Facilities Show 2015 builds momentum

The UK's largest facilities management event, Facilities Show, is fast gathering momentum for the 2015 edition

Posted by Dave Higgitt | November 23, 2014 | Events

Taking place at London ExCeL on June 16-18, the annual gathering of facilities management has already confirmed some big names to exhibit: PHS Group, Broag Ltd, Crown Oil, FSI (FM Solutions), Mitie Group, Fireco, Euroworkspace, FM180, Topdesk UK and Miko Coffee.

New features for 2015 include a new Intelligent Buildings Zone and Theatre, in partnership with CIBSE. Through the use of smart technology and infrastructure systems, FMs can enable their buildings to perform significantly better in environmental, social and economic terms. This zone and theatre will cover Energy Management, HVAC, Lighting & Electrical, Information Networks, Assistive Technologies, BIM, Building Controls, Metering & Monitoring and Security systems.

Another new addition is the Careers Zone – in partnership with BIFM. For those in the industry looking at CPD, formal training, management skills or career opportunities, the BIFM Careers Zone is being designed to provide advice, support, and practical help. BIFM will be hosting and coordinating a series of advice clinics, workshops and seminars, together with training partners, careers experts, skills coaches and specialist recruiters.

Fergus Bird, Group Event Manager, UBM Live, said:“At Facilities Show, we pride ourselves on delivering knowledge, innovation and solutions. We continue to move with the times and offer an event that the industry demands. Our results clearly demonstrate this.”

Facilities Show celebrated its 15th year in 2014 with a 16% increase in stand space coming to a total of 5,164sqm of exhibitors. More than 310 exhibitors welcomed over 10,000 attendees from 35 countries.

Many of the traditional features will be returning in 2015. The Keynote Theatre will be hosting its usual mix of seminars, debates and case studies. Topics of note for 2015 range from TFM outsourcing, FM of the future, change management, the challenges of specialist buildings and everything in between.  

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