National Facilities Management and Technology Show
March 12 - 14
AIABaltimore members are invited to attend the National Facilities Management & Technology Show (NFMT) for Free. Members can attend 1, 2 or all 3 days.
Evaluate 500 Suppliers in the Exhibit Hall
At NFMT you can meet and talk to more than 500 suppliers in the Exhibit Hall. Do a year’s worth of product research in just a few days.
Earn AIA CES Credits
The NFMT Show offers more than 120 free educational sessions to choose from. AIA CES credits will be available for qualifying sessions. See our sessions below.
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Registration code for AIA members: EMOJ
AIABaltimore is sponsoring the following sessions at the conference:
High-Performance Building Enclosures:
Tuesday, March 12, 9 - 9:50 a.m.
This session will offer an introduction to high-performance, energy efficient, sustainable, and resilient building enclosures through case studies to include commercial office, higher education and healthcare facilities. 1 AIA/CES credit (HSW)
Kim Schaefer, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Principal, TerraLogos : eco architecture
D. Ronald Brasher, AIA, Brasher Design
Anne Hicks Harney, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Senior Associate, Ayers Saint Gross Architects & Planners
Dan McKelvey, AIA, Senior Associate, Ayers Saint Gross Architects & Planners
Case Studies of Historic Window Restoration and Replacement:
Tuesday, March 12, 10 - 10:50 a.m.
This session will introduce the considerations for the restoration and in-kind replacement of historic windows through case studies of commercial office and institutional projects with architects, historic preservation craftspeople, and window replacement specialists. 1 AIA/CES credit (HSW)
Jackie Browning, Business Development, Window & Door Division-Greater Baltimore, T.W. Perry
Matthew Hankins, Mill Shop Manager, Worcester Eisenbrandt, Inc.
Anath Ranon, AIA, LEED Green Associate, Senior Associate, Cho Benn Holback + Associates
Why to Incorporate Evidence-Based Design into Your Next Project:
Tuesday, March 12, 11 - 11:50 a.m.
Speakers will address why Evidenced-Based Design is important, their role in an EBD project (Physician, Facility Management, and Designer) and the benefits of an EBD project. 1 AIA/CES credit
Moderator: Deborah Smith, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP BD&C
Cynthia F. Bearer, MD, PhD, Chief, Division of Neonatology, Department of Pediatrics, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Jamie C. Huffcut, NCIDQ, LEED® AP ID+C, Project Interior Designer, Perkins+Will
David K. Noji, AIA, EDAC, Senior Medical Planner, University of Maryland Medical Center
Getting to Zero: Sustainability and Carbon Neutral Building:
Thursday, March 14, 9 - 9:50 a.m.
The challenges in achieving carbon-neutrality are multi-faceted, and these panelists, as accomplished architects, policymakers, acility managers and activists, will bring diverse perspectives to the discussion. 1 AIA/CES credit
Moderator: Allison Wilson, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Ayers Saint Gross and Co-chair, AIA Baltimore Committee on the Environment
Jessyca Henderson, AIA, Managing Director, Policy and Community Relations, The American Institute of Architects
Michael Hindle, CPHC, HERS, Sustainability Solutions Consultant at Entellis Collective and President, Passive House Alliance Capitol Chapter
Tracy Marquis, AIA, LEEP AP, Associate, Ayers Saint Gross Architects
Rich Moore, Facility Manager, Chesapeake Bay Foundation