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Twelve Partners of High-Performance Buildings and Workplaces Conference and Expo Announced

March 20, 2016

Twelve Partners of High-Performance Buildings and Workplaces Conference and Expo Announced

March 16, 2016 — Milwaukee — The High-Performance Buildings and Workplaces (HPB+W) management team announced today the names of the chapters of leading associations, educational institutions and training organizations that signed on as partners of the educational conference and expo. HPB+W takes place May 3-4, 2016, at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX.
 
To date, Austin Association of Facility and Maintenance Engineers, Austin/San Antonio Chapter of AEE, Austin Chapter of IFMA, BOMA Austin, CREW Austin, Dallas 2030 District, Keeping PACE in Texas, Navigant, Practice Greenhealth, South-Central Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource, Texas PACE Authority, and USGBC Texas have signed on as partners.
 
"We are excited and honored to have such an impressive, influential list of partners working with us on High-Performance Buildings and Workplaces," says Greg Zimmerman, Executive Editor of Building Operating Management magazine, and High-Performance Buildings and Workplaces ambassador. "Their participation brings additional prestige and integrity to the important topic of high-performing, energy-efficient, occupant-focused facilities."
 
High-Performance Buildings and Workplaces provides two days of in-depth education, developed to help attendees create the most efficient intelligent, people-friendly facilities in the most cost-effective way. HPB+W's agenda offers key insights into creating highly automated facilities, reducing energy consumption, increasing occupant comfort and applying data and smart analytics.
 
In addition to conferences sessions, HPB+W provides additional learning opportunities by way of a huge Exhibit Hall. Here attendees can interact with more than 100 exhibitors specializing in products and services devoted to developing, improving and maintaining sustainable, efficient and high-performing facilities.
 
For more information about High-Performance Buildings and Workplaces, visit NFMT.com/HighPerformance.
 
You can register for HPB+W for free here.
 
For more information on exhibiting, contact Laurie Vega at 414-228-7701, ext. 482 or laurie.vega@tradepress.com.