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An Industry Unites At Expo 2014
Now on its seventh year, the Hawaii Buildings, Facilities & Property Management
Expo has become the place to connect and to crank up your knowledge of industry
products, services and topics. And, it's free.
By Stacy Pope
Last year's Expo attracted 2,500 attendees.
OVER 30 YEARS
t's back! Welcome to the 7th Annual Hawaii Buildings,
Facilities & Property Management Expo, to be held this
year on March 12 and 13 at Honolulu's Blaisdell Exhibition
Hall. If your business involves the operation, maintenance
or renovation of buildings in any way, this Expo was
designed just for you. The two-day event features
more than 200 exhibitors and nearly 30 seminars, and
attendance is free.
Last year, the Expo attracted a crowd of nearly 2,500
and included architects, asset managers, contractors,
interior designers and real estate brokers in addition to
property managers for commercial buildings, colleges,
condos, healthcare facilities, country clubs, government
buildings, utilities, military structures, schools,
golf courses, warehouses and more. Geared toward
professionals working in all capacities of the building
management industry, it's the only major forum in Hawaii
that brings this diverse group of individuals together
to mingle, learn about new products, and participate
in seminars that discuss a wide range of topics as well
as the latest developments, trends and concerns in the
industry today. All seminars are free, except for selected
presentations by the Institute of Real Estate Management
(IREM), Community Associations Institute (CAI) and the
Certified Commercial Investment Members (CCIM).
The collection of 200-plus exhibitors will range
from roofing, security, restoration and wealth strategy
companies to the City & County of Honolulu's Department
of Environmental Services and associations such as IREM.
The advantages of having such as breadth of products and
services available go far beyond comparison-shopping;
this is an opportunity to ask in-depth questions, view
demonstrations and build personal partnerships with
subcontractors and other businesses.
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damage is no laughing matter"...
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But when it happens you need to team up with a company that actually
specializes in "restoring and not destroying" your property. We implement
strategies that guarantee to reduce the overall cost, disruption and chaos.
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Full Service Restoration - Water, Fire, Sewage
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Building Management Hawaii February/March 2014
Engineered Efficiency: A Holistic Approach
Why Host An EV Charger
The New Age Of Energy Metering
Are You On Island Time?
Time To Stay Cool
Through The Tinted-Glass, And What Savings You’ll Find There
Safe & Secure
HVAC: Top Trends
An Industry Unites At Expo 2014
The (Often Overlooked) Success Factor
On Site: Men At Work
Building Management Hawaii February/March 2014