March 29-31: For FMs ready to Rethink, Reconnect & Reimagine, NFMT 2022

by Eileen McMorrow — While waiting for two years, due to the pandemic, to stage their renowned educational conference, the NFMT 2022 (National Facilities Management and Technology Conference & Expo) conference team have developed educational tracks that are right on-target with the challenges faced by facilities managers (FMs), building management and workplace and educational institution professionals.


NFMT will be hosted in the Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, Maryland, where it has been held since 2001, by the publishers of Building Operating Management and Facility Maintenance Decisions magazines. Their goal was to bring education, networking, and product discovery to facilities professionals nationwide.

NFMT continues the tradition March 29-31, 2022, by offering broad-based education for facilities professionals from every type of organization: government, education, commercial, office, healthcare, retail, hospitality, and industrial.

The Baltimore Convention Center will host all conference sessions and the ExpoHall.

Exhibitor categories include Building Automation, HVAC, Lighting, and Maintenance Products and Services, among others. New products and technologies will be offered by a host of returning exhibitors and new ones.

Follow the highlighted track links here to see the schedule of sessions offered across three days. Break-Outs are 60-minute sessions focused on key trends, challenges and opportunities in facilities management. They offer more detail, with a higher level of sophistication and strategic, big-picture thinking. All Pro- and Elite-level attendees are welcome to join Break-Outs.

Foundation sessions are 60-minute introductory-level sessions focused on foundational principals of facilities management. The key trends of technology, safety and sustainability tend to be cross-functional and have an major impact on overall facilities strategies. All attendees are welcome to participate.

Click here for NFMT Registration.